The Japanese Music Market and Tokyo Dance Music Event

This month I’ve been exploring Tokyo. The neon city is more different from London, New York or LA than I ever could have ima…

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Talking Chew, Seedrs and Future Bounce with @PureSoulMusic on Hoxton FM

Yesterday I was invited at short notice to join Petar from WatchMoreTVRadio on Hoxton FM to talk Chew, Seedrs and Future Bounce as…

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Why DJs Need to do More Than Mix – Spotify Party

Everyone is a DJ. It’s true more and more every day. But as is the way with technology, the democratisation of the skill does not …

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Soulection Release White Label Series on BitTorrent

It’s really interesting to see legal uses of BitTorrent for music. Interested to hear the response and thanks Soulection for…

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New features in Facebook

As the dominant platform. What Facebook publishes is a good sign of current trends. Two recent announcements from the company have caught my eye for that reason. Tickets You can now buy tickets right in the Facebook app. Ticketing apps have been around for years, but players like Dice are finding new ways to curate […]

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Trap time @ Herzeloyde x KRNE

Trap time @ Herzeloyde x KRNE

RAMsterdam

chewtv: ADE 2015 is set to be one of the biggest and most exciting events the attendees have seen in the conference’s 19 year history.  We here at Chew have got a front row ticket to a slice of the action on Friday 16th October. We’ve teamed up with the world-famous RAM Records for the […]

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Sounds From The Front Row 10

Getting ready for NYC kind of mix.

Old-school patronage might be the solution for keeping artists employedEarlier in the year I won the IMS Visionaries contest with an entry focussed on what patronage means for music today. This article support Drip, a service I signed up for a long time ago, shows the same concept from another angle – direct fan patronage.

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