With so many notable New York-based, indie rock-focused labels turning a decade old within the last year, it begs the question -- particularly for those smaller, boutique indie labels -- what was going on ten years ago?
Sonos on Thursday reported a loss of $1.7 million in its fiscal fourth quarter. The Santa Barbara, Calif.-based company said it had a loss of 2 cents per share during its first quarter as a public company.
As a war of words heats up between music trade bodies and the tech community over the European Union's copyright directive, indie label trade group IMPALA has responded to recent claims by YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki that the reforms threaten the livelihoods of thousands of artists, creators and songwriters.
The IFPI is challenging Google's claim that YouTube has paid out over $1.8 billion to the music industry in the past year, saying that figure doesn't line up with the international non-for-profit's own research.
Jorge Drexler, the Uruguayan artist known for his introspective, finely-crafted music, was the big winner at the 2018 Latin Grammys, taking home the song and record of the year awards for his single “Telefonía” and the best singer/songwriter album for "Salvavidas de hielo."
New Kids on the Block members Danny Wood and Jordan and Jonathan Knight sat down for a panel discussion at the Billboard Live Music Summit on Wednesday (Nov. 14) to reflect on relaunching their boy band careers 10 years ago in 2008 with a reunion tour.
Thanks to a fan-driven social media campaign, Mariah Carey’s Glitter album surged 8,374 percent in U.S. album sales in the six days ending Nov. 14, according to preliminary sales reports to Nielsen Music.