Legendary rock band AC/DC is finally bringing its entire discography of music to Apple’s iTunes store — ending the band’s longstanding resistance to selling its music digitally.
The once great all-purpose social network Myspace is apparently seeking to raise a $50 million round of funding that will be used to further revamp the site into a streaming music competitor on par with Spotify and Pandora.
While the rumor mill is heating up again with news that streaming music service Spotify is raising another round of funding, we’re hearing new information about where the money is coming from.
Social commerce startup Moontoast has signed a new deal with Universal Music Group (UMG) that will bring its social analytics platform to all of its artists and musical groups.
Rumors about a fresh round of funding for streaming music service Spotify resurfaced today.
Apparently a new Windows Phone 8 app isn’t the only thing Pandora had up its sleeve for today.
Good news, streaming music fans. Pandora will finally make its way to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform.
Free is the ultimate weapon — for the world’s biggest advertising company.
Internet radio service 8tracks is launching a new, slicker version of its iOS app today, which offers a much cooler way to listen to music.
Although Halloween isn’t for another week, Pandora shareholders are experiencing quite a scare after rumors of last month’s Apple-branded Internet radio service resurfaced yesterday.
The majority of mobile music player apps weren’t built with the touch screen in mind. In:play was.
A study has found that music fans who use peer-to-peer file sharing services actually purchase more music, on average, than those who stay completely legit.
French online music company Deezer today revealed what it intends to do first with its fresh $130 million funding from Warner Music Group owner Access Industries.
Editor’s Pick Investors discuss what they look for in music startups
Pandora founder Tim Westergren disclosed some interesting financial information today regarding how much money the company pays out to individual music artists.
While the most popular music startups suffer from huge licensing fees that keep them in the red, Bamm.tv is taking another route that focuses on the lesser known bands.
French music service Deezer announces $130 million in funding.
Digital music sales are expected to reach record breaking numbers in 2012, according to data from a Nielsen study published today.
Social radio platform Jelli raises $9 million in its second round of funding
Taking the notion of online collaboration to a whole new level, VinylMint has created a cloud-based solution for musicians to jam and record in real time.
The founders of “Twitter for music” site Blip.fm have launched a brand new startup call Fuzz, which puts a new slant on a socially driven music service.
It looks like Microsoft accidentally revealed pricing for its new Xbox Music streaming service today, weeks before full details are rumored to be announced.
Audio service SoundCloud has updated its mobile apps on Android and iOS with a slew of new features aimed at improving a user’s ability to edit sound clips on the go.
Most startups aren’t as sexy — or as musically talented — as Rapt.fm. Then again, most CEOs aren’t rappers, and most CTOs aren’t beatboxers.
Along with the announcement of Apple’s new iPhone 5, the company announced some big changes to its iconic music and media store iTunes.
Turntable.fm co-founder Seth Goldstein is turning his attention to launching new startup DJZ, which focused on the culture of electronic music.
Did you hear? Spotify is preparing to launch a browser-based of its music streaming service.
Pandora investors aren’t thrilled with the news that technology giant Apple might be launching its own streaming service.
Apple is attempting to start a Pandora-like Internet radio service, according to the Wall Street Journal, which says that Apple executives have been talking to music industry players to negotiate licensing.
Shortly after getting its Android app kicked out of the Google Play store, Grooveshark is rolling out the full version of its HTML5 web app today.
Handset manufacturer Nokia is offering its Lumia customers access to its free music service, the company announced today.
PixelJunk producer James Mielke and Q-Games founder Dylan Cuthbert explain the inspiration behind their band, The Electric Bends.
Bruce Willis isn’t happy that his vast digital music collection on iTunes can’t legally be handed down to his daughters upon his death, and might even take Apple to court.
Streaming music service Pandora reported better than expected revenue gains in its second quarter fiscal year 2013 earnings report.
The Mars Curiosity rover isn’t just a bad-ass robot scientist roaming the badlands of Mars. It’s also a jukebox. The rover transmitted Black Eyed Peas singer Will.I.Am’s latest song “Reach for the Stars.” Tacky? Maybe, but it’s a song from Mars.
The iTunes Festival is an annual music event that Apple holds over 30 days. This year’s event features musical performances by the likes of Usher, Deadmau5, Jack White, Muse, Alicia Keys, and more. Usually, the company raffles off tickets to each night of the shows, but this year it’s doing considerably more.
The online music service MOG has sold its ad network to huge media holding company Townsend Media for an undisclosed amount. The music service itself was bought by Beats Electronics just last month.
After a successful U.S. launch, streaming music service Spotify is now turning its attention to Canada.
After introducing the first-ever stereo headphones in 1958, Koss is aiming to change the world again the Wi-Fi striva pro headphones.