Happy new year everyone! Let’s start 2021 by sharing what we would like to see this year in the music & data world. Here are our goals: Develop data literacy… Read More »3 Music Data Resolutions for the New Year
A study from PwC forecast that the live music industry would be worth $31 billion worldwide by 2022 if it weren’t for the pandemic. In the U.S., the live sector… Read More »Data Cheat Sheet: A summary of data ownership in the live events industry
“A&R has always been about data”: a deep dive into the role of data in A&R with Chaz Jenkins, CCO at Chartmetric
An exclusive interview with Chaz Jenkins, Chief Commercial Officer at Chartmetric, discussing the role of data in A&R and how it evolved over the years as the analytics tools advanced.
Understanding music discovery algorithms – How to amplify an artist’s visibility across streaming platforms
This piece is based on the panel about Streaming & Algorithms I organized with shesaid.so France during the JIRAFE event put together by the Réseau MAP in Paris, where I… Read More »Understanding music discovery algorithms – How to amplify an artist’s visibility across streaming platforms
Travis Scott’s literally Astronomical event on Fortnite: What music managers can learn from THE SCOTTS release
“Ooops, I did it again” A bit more than a year after Marshmello’s previous set in Fortnite, Travis Scott and Epic Games set a new record with the ‘Astronomical’ 3-day… Read More »Travis Scott’s literally Astronomical event on Fortnite: What music managers can learn from THE SCOTTS release
On March 8th, also known as Women’s Day, I was invited as a music & data intelligence expert to speak on a panel about gender and music organized by Sofar… Read More »It’s Raining Men – Statistics about The Gender Gap in Music
“The Detroit musician really is taking a trip to the stars in his latest musical venture. He’ll be playing across three turntables, a throwback to his earliest performances. “A DJ playing in space is so obviously the future,” The Wizard told Mixmag. “So I wanted to balance that with analogue technology in its purest form: three perfectly calibrated Technics 1210s.” MixMag
Two years ago, Google launched Magenta, a research project that explores the role of AI in the processes of creating art and music. I dug a bit more on where… Read More »Google Magenta, going forward with AI-Assisted Music Production?
Most songs usually follow the same structure, alternating verses and choruses with a break to wake you up in the middle. Think about Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Can’t Hold… Read More »Dance and your Robot will adapt the Music to you – What if Music could be Dynamic?