With all the music streaming platforms readily available at our fingertips, it’s hard to imagine why actually buying music is still an option. Many people may ask, “what is the incentive to buy each song individually when you can pay a flat monthly rate to stream thousands of full albums right on your device?” and they certainly have a point. Plus, not only does this model save consumers money, it makes money for labels.
For those who don’t necessarily buy into the sensation of collecting records and maintaining a record player setup – because owning CDs and MP3s is just so much easier – I understand your thinking. There’s […]
Why do people buy records? Is it for the all the inconvenience of buying an audio setup, and the expense of always having to shell out $20 to $40 for each record? No. It’s for the general sentiment that […]
The modern world is changing at an accelerating rate. It has come to a point that even some of the most technologically orientated people find themselves overwhelmed with every new trend that spreads, and every new gadget that comes out. Everyone is trying to become successful in the midst of all this fast-paced change.
Streaming is king. It’s no longer a discussion — it’s fact. Just like how the earth orbits the sun, how global temperature is rising and how Tom Brady is now the greatest quarterback of all […]
It seems like we are living in some sort of golden age of streaming. Virtually all forms of media are at our disposal at this point in time. It doesn’t matter the medium of entertainment: music, […]
With consumer habits shifting almost completely to digital streaming, record labels are facing competition with other “middleman” companies that can easily get artists’ music to the public for a fraction of the cost.