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Murray Lightburn on Rock and Race
Posted on Friday April 19, 2019

With his new solo album, the Dears’ frontman continues to untangle historically intertwined musical and racial stereotypes.

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How Folk Singer-Songwriter Ian Fisher Found His Audience in Europe
Posted on Wednesday April 17, 2019

He honed his sound growing up in small-town Missouri—and then discovered it resonated more overseas.

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Press Photos: Your Visual Identity
Posted on Monday April 15, 2019

Finding your look and connecting with a photographer who can capture it are key to leaving an impression.

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Boy Harsher on Going Your Own Way
Posted on Friday April 12, 2019

Jae Matthews and Augustus Muller have found the advantages in living and working outside the mainstream.

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How We Curate Our Festival Line-Ups
Posted on Wednesday April 10, 2019

The experts from Superfly talk about what gets a band noticed.

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Using Spotify Ad Studio, Artist Teams Can Now Measure the Impact Their Ad Campaigns Have on Streaming
Posted on Monday April 08, 2019

With streaming conversion metrics, music marketers can understand how their audio ads on Spotify impacted listeners.

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The Sudden Online Success of SYML
Posted on Friday April 05, 2019

More than a decade into his career, the recording artist grabbed the ears of millions.

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Watch Our New Episode of "Best Advice" with Karen O
Posted on Wednesday April 03, 2019

Today, we're excited to bring you a brand new episode of "Best Advice" with the singer of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, as she shares her thoughts on the power of one little word.

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Playlists at Work: Katie McBride
Posted on Monday April 01, 2019

One of her tracks found its way onto New Music Friday lists—and into the ears of loads of eager fans.

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Ally Brooke on Going Solo
Posted on Friday March 29, 2019

The Fifth Harmony alum couldn’t be more excited about finding her own voice and sharing some of the lessons she’s learned.

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Label Spotlight: Daptone Records
Posted on Wednesday March 27, 2019

How the Brooklyn label that brought you Sharon Jones and Charles Bradley came to be.

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Our Playlist Ecosystem Is Evolving: Here’s What It Means for Artists & Their Teams
Posted on Tuesday March 26, 2019

Some playlists will now be personalized based on a listener's taste which means all music has a better chance of getting into the ears of the right listeners.

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Merch Genius: How to Get Fans to Buy, and Buy Again
Posted on Monday March 25, 2019

Your gear says a ton about who you are and why your fans can’t get enough of you.

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Wild Nothing’s Advice For Finding Session Musicians
Posted on Friday March 22, 2019

Jack Tatum loves working solo, which is why he chooses carefully when inviting other artists to collaborate.

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How Canadian Rockers the Arkells Are Rallying a U.S. Fanbase
Posted on Thursday March 21, 2019

They’re huge at home, but cracking the market in the States has required some extra patience and creativity.

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Ladan Hussein on Making Music While Living with Schizophrenia
Posted on Friday March 15, 2019

After receiving a life-changing diagnosis, the artist formerly known as Cold Specks is sounding a call for mental-health support in the music industry.

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You Might Have Heard about the Streaming Industry’s CRB Appeal—Here’s What You Need to Know
Posted on Monday March 11, 2019

In the U.S., the royalty rates for publishing rights for digital music services are determined by a panel of judges, the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB). The rates also create a reference point for services that don't rely on these government-set rates, and they indirectly influence the ways that publishing license rates work around the world. The CRB recently came to a conclusion about how these rights and rates would work for the next few years. And we appealed the outcome.

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Discwoman Founder Christine McCharen-Tran on Sharing Resources
Posted on Friday March 01, 2019

Having established her own collective, McChan-Tran discusses the power in artists working together as a community.

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Conner Youngblood on His Success with Spotify’s Playlist Submission Tool
Posted on Wednesday February 27, 2019

The singer-songwriter found that Mellow Morning opened the floodgates for his fanbase.

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Label Spotlight: Mexican Summer
Posted on Monday February 25, 2019

How the indie label that brought you Washed Out and Best Coast came to be.

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Glossary of Music Terms: Recording
Posted on Thursday February 21, 2019

Here’s some of the gear and lingo you’ll want to know before you head into the studio.

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Industry Insider: Roadrunner Records A&R Rep Ricky Singh
Posted on Tuesday February 19, 2019

The guitarist and businessman shares what he’s learned onstage and off.

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Brand Strategist and Creative Director Mitra Khayyam on Creating Fantasies
Posted on Friday February 15, 2019

With her brand Midnight Rider, Mitra Khayyam is helping older artists appeal to a brand new generation of fans.

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Anthony Hamilton on Going from Backup Singer to Solo Star
Posted on Wednesday February 13, 2019

Touring with D’Angelo in his ‘Voodoo’-era, this neo-soul crooner learned some invaluable lessons behind a microphone that wasn’t spot-lit, center-stage.

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Why Establishing Your Brand Is Key
Posted on Monday February 11, 2019

Your artistic vision comes through more channels than just your music.

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Experimental Composer Kelly Moran on Finding Your Sound
Posted on Friday February 08, 2019

Her work with prepared piano is leaping across classical music boundaries.

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What Really Gets Music Critics to Shows, According to Sioux Zimmerman
Posted on Wednesday February 06, 2019

The PR powerhouse and dot connector knows what it takes to build a community around an artist.

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An Illustrated Guide to Mastering Tour Life
Posted on Friday February 01, 2019

How to get the most out of being on the road.

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Recording Engineer and Mixer Jeff Ellis on Versatility
Posted on Wednesday January 30, 2019

The Grammy award-winning mixing engineer finds that staying flexible and breaking traditional rules leads to some of his best work.

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How to Think About Your Show in 360 Degrees
Posted on Monday January 28, 2019

Artist and environmental designer Alex Gvojic shares notes on how to deliver a performance that plays into all five senses.

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Exploring the Nexus Between Fashion and Music
Posted on Friday January 25, 2019

Lauren Kessler, creative director and designer for artists like the Chainsmokers and Trippie Redd, on finding balance as the worlds of fashion and artist merchandise collide.

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The Key to Finding Your Audience
Posted on Tuesday January 22, 2019

New York Magazine's music editor Sam Hockley-Smith on how to figure out who your audience is and keep them coming back for more.

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A Music Supervisor's Guide to Putting Yourself Out There
Posted on Friday January 18, 2019

As the music supervisor for TV shows like 'Dear White People' and 'Queen Sugar,' Morgan Rhodes is equal parts curator and DJ.

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Damian Abraham: From Punk Rocker to Podcaster
Posted on Wednesday January 16, 2019

The seasoned boundary-pusher has carved out a niche at the intersection of punk, podcasting, and parenting.

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The Importance of Having a Story to Tell
Posted on Monday January 14, 2019

Global Head of Music at WeTransfer Jamal Dauda details how he finds artists to collaborate with and stories worth telling.

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Making Music Video Magic
Posted on Friday January 11, 2019

With the music done and dusted now it’s time to think visuals. Award-winning Exec Producer Cherie Sinclair—who’s worked with everyone from Tegan and Sara to Austra—offers her advice on where to begin.

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Tips for Touring with Purpose
Posted on Wednesday January 09, 2019

As the head of Touring Marketing and Artist Development at Elektra Music Group, Annie Flook knows a thing or two about putting together a killer tour schedule, but that's only half the battle.

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Snail Mail on Staying Focused and Keeping It Personal as a Songwriter
Posted on Monday January 07, 2019

After a year that saw the 19-year-old indie rock singer achieve a deluge of critical plaudits for her raw, intimate debut LP, we sat down with Lindsey Jordan to discuss her writing process, its evolution, and inspiration.

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UNKLE's James Lavelle on Resilience
Posted on Friday January 04, 2019

In the wake of the electronic music legend’s warts and all doc, 'The Man from Mo’Wax,' we talk to Lavelle about bottoming out, being resilient, and bouncing back to score Danny Boyle’s FX series Trust.

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What Music Fandom Looks Like in 2019
Posted on Wednesday January 02, 2019

The internet and social media have opened up a world of possibilities for connecting with artists—and each other. We take a look at how these new levels of access allow music listeners to be more involved in an artist’s success than ever before.

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Collaboration and the Future of Music Community
Posted on Friday December 28, 2018

Media theorist and curator DeForrest Brown Jr. on where the next generation of technology will take music and the power of the collective.

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ICYMI: Rounding up 2018's New Spotify for Artists Features
Posted on Wednesday December 19, 2018

We look back on the year in product updates, and how they’ve impacted the artist community on Spotify.

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An Expert in Partnerships Weighs in on Bands and Brands
Posted on Monday December 17, 2018

Artists and companies are telling their own stories, but how do they come together to share that objective? Here’s some insight from a SVP of Partnerships.

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How the New Playlist Submission Feature Helps You Find Fans
Posted on Friday December 14, 2018

We talk to Spotify’s Steve Shirley about the importance of track-level metadata for playlist consideration.

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Bassist and Music Video Director Malia James on Staying Inspired
Posted on Tuesday December 11, 2018

As a director she's worked with Troye Sivan, Halsey, and Hailee Steinfeld, but Malia started off her career as a bassist for the Dum Dum Girls, and those experiences on the road (and beyond) continue to fuel her vision for other artists.

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Creating a Perfect Soundtrack: Here’s What Music Supervisors Are Looking For
Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

Getting your songs placed comes down to writing the right song and getting it to the right ears, but it's also absolutely crucial to have your business in order so you don't miss any opportunities.

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Being a Student of the Game Is Bri Steves’ Secret to Success
Posted on Friday December 07, 2018

The rapper’s seemingly overnight ascension had nothing to do with luck.

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It’s Here: Your 2018 Artist Wrapped
Posted on Thursday December 06, 2018

Find out who’s been listening to your music, where, and when.

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Producing My Father’s Requiem - Adam Cohen’s Oral History of “You Want It Darker”
Posted on Tuesday December 04, 2018

In his final months Leonard Cohen was battling cancer and spinal injuries and yet he still managed to create one of the most acclaimed LPs in his catalog. This is the inside story of how, with the help of his son, it all came together.

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Talk the Talk: Music Terms, A Glossary
Posted on Monday December 03, 2018

Understanding the language of the industry is key to a viable career and this week we’re spotlighting the lingo around the business of distribution.

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How to Make Merch Your Fans Will Buy and Love
Posted on Friday November 30, 2018

At our recent Co.Lab event in LA we corralled industry experts to discuss merch from every angle. After all, it’s an essential extension of your art—and your revenue.

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Incorporating Virtual and Augmented Reality into Your Release Strategy
Posted on Monday November 26, 2018

Shaw Walters, CTO of production company Tin Drum, on why pushing technical boundaries when it comes to presenting your music is a no-brainer.

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Are You Really Tour Ready?
Posted on Tuesday November 20, 2018

A successful tour is much more than routing—it involves a ton of smart planning. Here are some pointers so you make the right moves before you load up the van.

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The Business of Being Ms. Mary J. Blige
Posted on Monday November 19, 2018

The boundary-smashing singer on training like an athlete and selecting the right collaborators—both creatively and strategically.

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Art Director Ian Stoufer on How Art Can Amplify an Artist's Message
Posted on Friday November 16, 2018

At our recent Co.Lab event, industry experts focused on the power of merchandising. Ian Stoufer offered his two cents on the impact of design when it comes to creating a complete world to dive into.

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Everything You Need to Know About How Spotify Pays Rightsholders
Posted on Thursday November 15, 2018

Today, we’re excited to premiere four new videos designed to help you understand the nuts and bolts of royalties, copyright, how Spotify pays rightsholders, and the difference between our free and premium tiers.

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How to Be an Artist and Tour the Right Way
Posted on Wednesday November 14, 2018

Tips from an accomplished Tour Director on how to thrive on the road.

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Introducing The EQL Directory: A Database for Women and Gender Non-Conforming Audio Professionals
Posted on Tuesday November 13, 2018

Powered by SoundGirls, made possible by Spotify, this is your resource to make putting together an inclusive team that much easier. Search the directory or add your profile to the community of women changing the face of audio.

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Everything you need to know about Co.Lab: Network
Posted on Friday November 09, 2018

What’s happening at the final Co.Lab of 2018, a new community event series from Spotify for Artists.

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Sheryl Crow on Ambition, Harnessing Inspiration, and Killer Expectations
Posted on Thursday November 08, 2018

We sit down with the seasoned singer as she reflects on her 25-year long career and the importance of pressing pause.

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Kelela's Touring Stage Mixer Lifts the Lid on Life on the Road
Posted on Wednesday November 07, 2018

We talked to Loric Sih about the importance of building personal relationships at a recent Co.Lab event.

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How to Handle Line-Up Changes
Posted on Tuesday November 06, 2018

Losing a band member isn’t easy, but it doesn’t have to overwhelm you with stress, either.

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Everything you need to know about Co.Lab: Revenue Streams
Posted on Monday November 05, 2018

What’s happening at the next Co.Lab, a new community event series from Spotify For Artists.

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Healthcare 101: Know Your Resources
Posted on Thursday November 01, 2018

Beyond the Health Insurance Marketplace, know your options when it comes to obtaining (and paying for) medical care.

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Watch Our New Video Series Featuring Top Artists Sharing Their “Best Advice”
Posted on Monday October 29, 2018

Get tips on career and creativity directly from Mary J Blige, Rick Ross, Christina Aguilera and more.

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Everything You Need to Know About Co.Lab: Release Strategies
Posted on Friday October 26, 2018

Details on the next event in this great new community series from Spotify For Artists.

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The Stars of the Spotify Playlists
Posted on Thursday October 25, 2018

We talk to the artists finding success through playlist submissions and placements.

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Learn How to Get Playlisted with Two New Game Plan Episodes
Posted on Wednesday October 24, 2018

Our playlist submission feature is officially out of beta.

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Loretta Lynn: An Original Outlaw's Advice
Posted on Monday October 22, 2018

In the sixth decade of her career and the ninth of her life, her status as a country legend is assured—yet she’s still writing and releasing music.

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A Perfect Circle on the Importance of Giving Your Band a Break
Posted on Wednesday October 17, 2018

Guitarist Billy Howerdel says he and Maynard James Keenan use hiatuses to strengthen their work together.

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Everything You Need to Know about Co.Lab: Merch
Posted on Monday October 15, 2018

Sign up to attend Co.Lab: Merch, where artists and industry vets are coming together to talk shop about your shop.

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Everything you need to know about Co.Lab: Touring
Posted on Tuesday October 09, 2018

Learn how to thrive on the road.

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2018: The Year K-Pop Broke (In America)
Posted on Tuesday October 09, 2018

YG Entertainment shares insight into how their group BLACKPINK is helping K-pop take over the world.

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YOB’s Mike Scheidt on Touring Well with a Chronic Illness
Posted on Thursday October 04, 2018

Getting—and staying—healthy on the road helped save this doom metal icon’s life.

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ARTY on Going Global
Posted on Tuesday October 02, 2018

The Russian DJ talks about the patience and perseverance that took him from Russia to a Vegas residency.

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Metric: The Welcome Challenge of Being an Opener
Posted on Friday September 28, 2018

Two decades into the band’s career, they relish opportunities to open for other bands, finding freedom in playing for new crowds.

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Co.Lab: A New Event Series For Working Artists
Posted on Thursday September 27, 2018

Grow your community and navigate the modern music industry at Co.Lab, a new event series from ‘Spotify for Artists’

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Now in Beta: Upload your music in Spotify for Artists
Posted on Thursday September 20, 2018

Today, we're announcing a new beta feature that enables independent artists to upload their music to Spotify — directly from Spotify for Artists.

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Maribou State on How They Beat Writer’s Block
Posted on Friday September 14, 2018

The electronic duo discovered that a fancy big-city studio was not the key to making beautiful music.

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The Internet: How We Operate As a Collective
Posted on Wednesday September 12, 2018

Producer Matt Martians sheds light on the funky soul and R&B band’s unique synergy.

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Trap Queen and the Data Scientist: How a Subgenre Is Born
Posted on Monday September 10, 2018

Glenn McDonald, Spotify’s data alchemist, spends his days figuring out which artists aren’t getting the attention they deserve—and then he tries to fix it.

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Anthony Green on Getting Sober and Staying Healthy
Posted on Friday September 07, 2018

The punk and hardcore veteran has struggled with addiction since he was 19.

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Tour Managers: Your Key to Life on the Road
Posted on Thursday September 06, 2018

A few pros discuss how they make sure your stage time is stress-free.

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Are Songs Getting Shorter?
Posted on Thursday August 30, 2018

Trend: Some artists are making big waves in small spaces—here’s who, and why.

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The Do's and Don'ts of Hiring a Publicist
Posted on Tuesday August 28, 2018

Three seasoned pros weigh in on how to know when you need one, what to look for, and what to avoid.

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U.S. Girls on Staying Punk While Going Pop
Posted on Thursday August 23, 2018

Meg Remy’s spent the past ten years painting the sounds she grew up with in DIY colors.

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Soccer Mommy’s Sophie Allison on Meeting Your Music Idols
Posted on Tuesday August 21, 2018

Allison says that remembering that artists are just people is key to avoiding awkward interactions.

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Metadata: What It Is and Why It Matters
Posted on Thursday August 16, 2018

Making sure you’re digitally credited for the music you make is key to your income—and your success.

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James Tillman on Taking the Big Leap
Posted on Tuesday August 14, 2018

The up-and-coming singer ignored conventional wisdom to follow his dreams.

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Examining Race, Metal, and Subversion With Zeal & Ardor
Posted on Thursday August 09, 2018

Project founder Manuel Gagneux gets candid about the music press, his career ambitions, and the role music can play in times of political strife.

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Matt and Kim on Film & TV Syncs, Inter-band dating, and Not Having Goals
Posted on Wednesday August 08, 2018

Matt Johnson explains how planning not to plan can sometimes be the best plan.

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Ravyn Lenae on Balancing School and Career
Posted on Tuesday July 31, 2018

The rising R&B star is barely out of high school—and is poised for takeoff.

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HIDE’s Heather Gabel on Motherhood, Late Starts, and Industrial Rage
Posted on Tuesday July 24, 2018

This singer got her start in music in her late 30s, and balances band duties with being a single mom.

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Share New Music for Playlist Consideration
Posted on Thursday July 19, 2018

Our new beta feature gives artists, labels and teams an easy way to submit unreleased music directly to our editorial team for playlist consideration.

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Navigating Nashville with Songwriter Caitlyn Smith
Posted on Monday July 16, 2018

The solo artist and songwriter for the likes of Lady Antebellum shares tips for realizing your dreams in Music City.

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Yuno: What I’ve Learned Doing Everything Myself
Posted on Friday June 29, 2018

The Sub Pop signee makes his own music, videos, album art, and even press photos. Here, he tells us how and why.

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Talk the Talk: Advice for Nailing Artist Interviews
Posted on Tuesday June 19, 2018

Billboard’s Kevan Kenney shares tips for when it’s time to talk to journalists.

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How Spotify Puts Fans First
Posted on Thursday June 14, 2018

Interpol and others are connecting with—and rewarding—the people who love them the most.

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Booking Agents: How to Get ‘Em and Why
Posted on Tuesday June 12, 2018

Tips from the pros on how you can find the right agent, and what to expect from them when you do.

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How Spotify Discovers the Genres of Tomorrow
Posted on Thursday June 07, 2018

Spotify data alchemist Glenn McDonald turns numbers into music experiences.

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#BlackGirlMagic on Spotify and Instagram
Posted on Friday February 23, 2018

#BlackGirlMagic celebrates the power, resilience and beauty inspired by black women in our generation and generations past. As part of Black History Month, Spotify and Instagram have teamed up to spotlight #BlackGirlMagic with an interactive U.S. map highlighting the most-liked Instagram posts featuring the artists from #BlackGirlMagic playlists who are most associated with each state, according […]

The Most Christmassy Songs & Countries on Spotify
Posted on Sunday December 17, 2017

You might have heard holiday music on the radio or in stores last month, and thought, “hmmmm, that’s a bit early.” In fact, Spotify data shows that most listeners weren’t ready for it that soon. As you can see from the data visualization below, which shows Christmas listening by country and day this year, when […]

Dataviz: A ‘Joy Plot’ about Joy Division
Posted on Monday November 13, 2017

You’ve likely seen the iconic album art from Joy Division’s 1979 album, Unknown Pleasures on T-shirts, tattoos, and online. You might also know that the image represents a data plot of eighty successive radio pulses from the first known pulsar, reproduced from a diagram appearing in the January 1971 issue of Scientific American magazine by […]

Listening Diversity Increases Nearly 40 Percent on Spotify
Posted on Thursday November 02, 2017

Any data provided herein is from Spotify’s internal sources. The music industry is growing after years of decline, with the increase attributed to streaming. So if this is how people listen to music now, what does that mean for artists? Will they have an easier time finding an audience, or will streaming focus global attention […]

Data Reveals Podcasts Are Workday-Friendly
Posted on Monday October 23, 2017

You know the routine: get to your desk, put on some music, and start working, right? Not necessarily. It turns out that podcasts, sometimes more associated with commuting, peak more during the workday than music does. Many tasks (for example writing, or other tasks involving words), call for music that helps you focus. But this […]

Genres in the Key of Life: Different Music Uses Different Scales
Posted on Tuesday October 03, 2017

Our first foray into key signatures found G and C major to be the most popular musical keys on Spotify, probably because the former is easiest to play on a guitar, the latter on piano. Now, let’s look at how key signatures vary between genre. Detecting key signature through audio analysis Trained musicians practice the […]

How Reggaeton Became a Global Phenomenon on Spotify
Posted on Tuesday September 05, 2017

Latin music, in particular the reggaeton genre, with its addictive, start-stop beat (sample below), has expanded far beyond its places of origin to become a global genre that regularly tops the charts. Throughout the summer Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito – Remix,” featuring none other than Justin Bieber singing in Spanish, followed by J […]

Data Viz: ‘Total Eclipse of the Heart’ Follows the Eclipse
Posted on Thursday August 24, 2017

During the recent eclipse, listening to Bonnie Tyler’s “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” exploded 3,521 percent on Spotify in the United States (1,017 percent globally) as the moon’s shadow began to cross the country. The song also spiked 75 percent on March 10, 2016, the day after another total eclipse. This time, we saw a […]

How Students Listen 2017
Posted on Wednesday May 24, 2017

College is about learning, learning how to learn, and expanding horizons before they narrow into careers and other trappings of post-student life. Universities are also places where people form musical identities, due not only to the relatively inadvanced age of the student listener (music taste solidifies with age). It’s also because they’re living with each other, all the time, for years, in […]

An Adventure Through Chrome’s Wildly-Varying Emoji Support 🤷🏻
Posted on Thursday May 04, 2017

…and how I came to appreciate the challenges of working with emoji Back on March 9, while skimming Hacker News during my inter–job vacation, I read the piece “💩”.length === 2, and thought, huh, that is so interesting. Emoji are way more complicated than I thought. It seems challenging to work with them, but also, not […]


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