Every week, Music Tectonics goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Starting today, we’re taking that mission further. Music Tectonics has identified several seismic shifts that have created the music landscape of today and tomorrow. These are climate changes, tectonic shifts beneath the surface, unexpected flash floods, or meteor collisions. Today we tackle “Music is More Global Than Ever,” a look at the many ways that the shift from physical to digital music has made the world smaller. What do Mongolian cab drivers playing South Korean hip hop have to do with the global reach of BTS? Is globalized music flattening the world, or is it causing new bumps, ridges and high energy zones? What unexpected things will happen when global music streaming services enter local markets- and vice versa? Explore the new terrain with podcast host Dmitri Vietze and resident music tech expert Tristra Newyear Yeager. Stay tuned for more Seismic Shifts on the podcast and the blog!
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