[nonostantement #181] - afrodance / spotify farms / amazon selling books

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Welcome to nonostantement: a weekly newsletter with respectablebreathtaking and trendy stuff found all over the Internet.

Welcome to my weekly mail in which I collect the most interesting links found while working on the internet. My name is Joele and I am an online communication consultant for brands, companies and institutions.

Some random music to listen to while reading this newsletter: The Blaze - Faces, Jamie Lidell - Believe In Me and Dela - Stakes Is High.


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  • Game developer Riot collaborated with 20 different artists to publish a music album. The music is streamer-friendly, meaning it will be immune to DMCA copyright strikes. “We think this is another way to help build community. With how music and the complexities of the internet and all that stuff works. How can we make it easier to be a streamer, or how can we make it easier to be a lo-fi jazz producer, or listener. Like how can we make those easy and fun. And this is solving all those problems in a really fun and creative way.”

  • The Rise Of Spotify Streaming Farms: How Fraudsters Are Cashing In. This interesting article talks about a known problem and explains it in a very simple way, recommended for those who deal with music business, in 2021.


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