Is Music the Next Battleground for Big Tech? New ODESZA, Drive-In Rave, and much more
Welcome to Episode 58!
Alec: Joel Corry - Sorry
NEW MUSIC FROM ARTISTS WE'RE WATCHING
Duke & Jones: Escape
Kaivon: Don’t Leave Me
Xaatu - Save Me
Malaa: Four Twenty
Chris Lorenzo, Bru-C: Introspective
Song is based on practicing self-health and mindful wellness
Weiss: First Sight
13 - Armageddon
FJORA, Neoni: Soldiers
NEWS & CULTURE
Boys Noize turns analog twitch stream into album
Company has made a coronavirus proof going out suit - called the Micrashell
Alec’s prediction: Music is the next battleground for the dispute between big tech companies (this can be a running theme where we choose an article each week that showcases this going on. Turning this into a story type of thing)
New subscribers in countries including the UK, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Germany, will be given 3 months free. This gives you access to 50 million tracks across all genres.
Party Mode allowing HUAWEI smartphone users to sync up in order to create a surround sound effect
Running playlist where the tempo of the track is adjusted to your pace
Histen 3D equalizer, giving users virtual surround sound through earphones in three different modes.
This article is actually a sponsored one.
Huwaei music is priced at only 9.99 euros per month/ $11.08
Apple Music - $9.99 per month; 60 million songs; Also offer a 3-month free trial
** CORRECTION: Alec said on the podcast that Huawei Music had 30 million songs. They actually have 50 million **
When DJs slam their tracks into one another during a set
WHAT ARE WE LISTENING TO?
BRONSON, ODESZA, Golden Features: Heart Attack/ Vaults
Golden Features has done remixes for Odesza before (Falls, Memories That Call You VIP - gives a darker vibe to these songs)
BRONSON is ODESZA and Golden Features’ side project
Blanke - Control