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The british legend Carl Cox is back with a new EP
Very few artists are as respected as Carl Cox in electronic music. Considered one of the pillars of techno, he is somehow the guardian of the temple of the alternative scene. So inevitably, when he releases a project, it makes waves like his new EP entitled «See The Sun Rising».A project of 5 tracks made in collaboration with DJ Francky Wah that starts with the title of the same name, raw and explosive.Then, we discover the three versions of the title «Speed Trials On Acid», released last April, a title that as its name indicates draws on the acid sounds on the original version. The British Riton and LF System have each revisited the track in their own way by adding their own paw, small preference for the version of the young duo LF System which brings its house touch for a very fresh look.The EP ends on the title «How It Makes You Feel», resolutely techno, fruit of the collaboration between Carl Cox and Nicole Moudaber.A superb set of legs for «Electronic Generations» the next highly anticipated album of the British star which should be released on October 28.  
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Youtube flushes out the music industry
Youtube rinses the music industryIt’s amazing how, in a few years, Youtube has gone from black sheep to cash cow in the music industry!The American platform, which yesterday was scorned by rights holders for hosting millions of videos without any copyright, paid more than $6 billion to record labels between June 2021 and June 2022.This was up from only $4 billion the year before. Enough to make almost equal play with Spotify, and start to properly finance the music industry and singularly, the artists.To achieve this result, Youtube has for many years been hard on content creators, demonizing and then deleting videos that do not respect copyright. Now the site has regained a form of virginity vis-à-vis the sector, even displaying a new goal: to become the leading contributor of the music industry by 2025.If you’re wondering where the $6 billion comes from, YouTube tells you: 1) advertising revenues 2) pay subscriptions (188 million subscribers worldwide).From now on, music must be made via Youtube, since 23% of the worldwide music revenues come from the platform.
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