It’s finally race day at Daytona International Speedway, and we’ve got all the information you need to get ready for the 59th running of the “Great American Race” and the start of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. More
02/23/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Georg Szalai / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
For those who can’t attend the 89th Academy Awards and happen to be outside the U.S. on Oscar Sunday, it can be difficult to figure out where to watch the awards show. More
02/12/2017 by PeekYou Team
Prince’s music is freely available to stream once more. In 2015, all of Prince’s music was pulled from every streaming service except for Tidal. Following his death, the late icon’s estate sued Jay Z’s Roc Nation and claimed that Tidal didn’t have exclusive streaming rights to Prince’s discography. Now, Tidal is no longer its exclusive streaming home—you can find his albums now on services including Spotify, Google Play, and Amazon Music Unlimited, with Apple Music and others to follow shortly. His full catalog will be up by the time the Grammys begin. Below,…
02/11/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Chris Hoffman / Source: howtogeek.com
Amazon offers free music streaming with Prime, a paid music service for an additional monthly fee, direct MP3 sales, a way to get MP3s when you purchase audio CDs, and a music locker you can upload your own songs to. More
02/10/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Marc Schneider / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Prince’s biggest songs are coming to music streaming services this Sunday in time for the Grammy Awards, multiple sources close to the situation have confirmed to Billboard. More
02/10/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Jules Wang / Source: Pocketnow
There’s been some sort of symbiosis between YouTube, which hosts plenty of music videos (the “videos” part of that can be questionable at times), and Google Play Music, a straight-up streaming service. More
02/07/2017 by PeekYou Team
If you’ve ever wanted your playlist to take the weather into account, rejoice! Spotify and AccuWeather have joined forces to launch a new site called Climatune, which creates playlists based on weather and listening data. Information was compiled during a yearlong study that compared 85 billion anonymized streams on Spotify in over 900 cities. The platform draws conclusions based on the weather in specific cities, tracking listening patterns during various forecasts. Learn…
02/03/2017 by PeekYou Team
Author: Ashley Cullins / Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Spinrilla may be a relatively new player in the streaming marketplace, but it’s already caught the attention of several major record labels — that are suing the site for allegedly sharing unauthorized music with millions of users.
The Recording Industry Association of America on Friday sued Spinrilla and its founder Jeffery Dylan Copeland in Georgia federal court, on behalf of UMG, Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Bros. Records, Atlantic Recording Corporation and LaFace Records.
Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West and Beyonce are among the artists that Spinrilla offers through its streaming site and app who aren’t being paid for the use of their music, according to the complaint. The description of the service evokes memories of Napster, the original music industry troublemaker.
“Through the Spinrilla website…