Last.fm: Once Beloved but Now in Heavy Decline – On The Way to the Tech Deadpool

So it seems like Last.fm is on the way out. Last.fm has reported revenues down 69% from £4.15m to £1.27m. With total revenues fell 21% year-on-year in the period, from £8.13m in 2011 to £6.38m…

Providing Meaningful Partners

A couple of days ago we wrote a quick article informing our artists that we will no longer be supporting Last.fm through our platform. Artists can now sign up directly to the Last.fm service and…

Goodbye Last.fm

Here at RouteNote we have been growing at a great pace with now over 2,800 accounts worldwide. The majority of our artists love to sell their music on the worlds largest stores like iTunes and…

We7 Adds Social Features, Now You Can Update Facebook and Last.fm

Only days after Spotify had a major upgrade which included a lot of social and sharing features, We7 has now announced some new sharing features of their own. We7 is still yet to make an…

Does Music Streaming Cost Music Sales?

Can music streaming ever be a viable alternative to hard copy and download music sales? WMG’s Edgar Bronfman has his doubts, and looking at some of the figures being published in the media they might…

Plan Your Gig Schedule Automatically With Songkick

Tired of missing out on gigs from your favourite artists? Buying tickets at a premium after you miss the official site runs out? Trawling through Myspace pages and gig listings to find out who’s playing…

Digital Piracy Round 2 – Appropriate Damages

An important trial regarding the illegal online distribution of music in the States has reached the next stage of the argument – there’s no longer much discussion about the fact that duplicating music over the…

Win A Year’s Free Distribution With RouteNote

In order to encourage people to get their music online with us, and introduce new potential customers to our service, we thought we’d run a little competition. If you’re a solo musician or you’re in…