Indiemono Weekly Digest 09WK2

Indiemono Weekly Digest 09WK2
10th September 2021 sandra
Here we are with a new section for our blog. Our brand new weekly digest! As you might know, we’re taking baby steps into making our website and our blog more active. In this section, we’re going to bring you our New Music Friday favorites and the most important news of this week for the music industry.

 

Releases of the week



Is it worth it anymore? – High Tropics

High Tropics are coming back with a bittersweet ballad about longing for answers. Is it worth it to keep fighting or should we just give up and move on? The question reminds open. Only you can have the answer, but those doubts and feelings of uncertainty, have turned into music thanks to them and their highly recognizable voice and sound.

+ From this release + High Tropics



Mrs Robinson-little dipper

“Listening to my father play Simon & Garfunkel tunes on his classical guitar as a child, I fell in love with the pair’s seemingly magical sense of harmony and infallible ability to write an absolutely banging chorus. In my teens I discovered the Lemonheads cover of this song, so perfectly capturing the angst of the 90’s, and I think that’s what inspired me to dress Mrs. Robinson in a camouflage more representative of our era of music”

+ From this release + little dipper



🧡 Friday Crushes of the week

This is our playlist curated every Friday with love at first listen songs.
These are the tracks that made our hearts melt during this week.

Full Playlist here!

Interesting news of the week


Sony Music’s Awal buyout raises competition concerns in the UK, says Watchdog.

"The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has decided that Sony Music’s completed purchase of recorded music services firm AWAL from Kobalt Music Group raises competition concerns, following a Phase 1 investigation into the buyout..."

Spotify playlist curators complain about ongoing abuse that favors bad actors over innocent parties

"Bad actors have learned how to abuse this system to give themselves an advantage. If they see a rival playlist has more users than their own, they will report their competitors in hopes of giving their playlist a more prominent ranking in search results..."


You can also follow us on Instagram if you miss us during the week! 🙂
Catch you next Friday!

Comments (0)

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.