Headlines

The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music? - Spotify
The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music?
The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television - QUBtv
The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television? - Belugabeats
The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music? - Spotify

The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music? – Spotify

Sriram Krishnan from online music streaming service, Spotify discusses.

The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music?

The Flipside: Should We Give Up on Consumers of Developing Countries Paying for Music?

POPS Worldwide CEO tells us why we shouldn’t give up despite music piracy still thriving as an industry.

The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television - QUBtv

The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television – QUBtv

Does our immediate access to music mean that music television has lost its ability to be an advocacy for talent? Can it still help artists in any sort of capacity? QUBtv’s Co-Founder discusses.

The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television? - Belugabeats

The Flipside: Has Online Video Killed Music Television? – Belugabeats

Does our immediate access to music mean that music television has lost its ability to be an advocacy for talent? Can it still help artists in any sort of capacity?

The Flipside: “Get a real job” - Kevin Foo

The Flipside: “Get a real job” – Kevin Foo

“Get a real job” – Do musicians need something to fall back on? – Part 2 with Kevin Foo, Producer at Beep Studios.

The Flipside: “Get a real job” - Charles J Tan

The Flipside: “Get a real job” – Charles J Tan

Musician Charles J Tan gives his elaborate opinion on whether musicians need to suffer for their art.

Music Weekly

Music Weekly

Launched in August 2012, Music Weekly is the one-stop source for digital and music industry news, reviews and interviews across Southeast Asia and beyond. Initiated by Music Services Asia, the publication remains at the forefront of up-to-the-minute developments in the region’s emerging music Read More