Cryptograffiti believes that's Bitcoin's ability to create new revenue streams "will rebalance power in all sorts of industries."
Russian dance music producer Arty alleged that Marshmello lifted the melody of 2018's "Happier" from one of his 2014 remixes.
As California beings to enter the less restrictive Orange tier, indoor concerts are finally on the horizon.
Sal Slaiby's current roster also includes Doja Cat, Ty Dolla $ign, and French Montana, among others.
Over 10 major artists will be debuting their own NFTs as part of the massive launch.
The Union of Musicians and Allied Workers launched their campaign last October and recently posted this update on Twitter.
The company says they are the first to offer artists the ability to be paid in Bitcoin.
"The power has really been put into the hands of the everyday player."
The Project Vigilant initiative comes as a measure to improve safety for women in bars and venues throughout the UK.
Clubhouse provides many opportunities for artists to take advantage of their platform.
Tough times for live performers amid the pandemic have caused some to rethink their career path altogether.
Some believe it would be an infringement of personal rights to require vaccination for event attendance.
The Chainsmokers and Calvin Harris are the top dance music earners on Spotify.
Over 100,000 applied to take part in the study, which took place at the Ziggo Dome and featured Sam Feldt, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, and more.
"Underplayed" features Alison Wonderland, NERVO, REZZ, and more, who spoke out against the blatant gender gap in electronic music.
On the heels of eclipsing 3 million users, the price of Audius' cryptocurrency has surged 108% since the beginning of March.
Nearly a year after COVID-19 lockdowns began, New York's arts sector may start to see some semblance of normalcy.
SoundCloud touts the new model as a "game-changing" innovation to empower independent artists.
Businesses in Texas and Mississippi may no resume operations with no restrictions.
How about we focus on opening up venues on Earth first.
Michael Rapino believes an incoming influx of demand for concert tickets will usher in the next era of live events.
2020 will be a year to remember, when the global touring industry faced its toughest challenges but came out the other side with new innovative business models.