Dubset has inked an agreement with Spotify which it says will ‘dramatically expand the global footprint of its MixBANK distribution platform’.
The news comes two months after Dubset signed a similar agreement with Apple Music, and means that reams of DJ-generated and user-generated mixes will now begin appearing on Spotify.
Using MixBank, Dubset says it can identify the copyrighted music used within a mix and clear the use of that music through the appropriate labels and publishers.
As such, Dubset says the new Spotify deal will “create a brand new revenue stream for the artists whose recordings are sampled and the DJs who create the mixes and remixes”.
“This is a major milestone for DJs and music fans all over the world,” said Stephen White, Dubset CEO (pictured).
“Our technology platform makes it possible for us to identify and pay rights holders in DJ mixes, making this enormously popular music genre available on the world’s most popular streaming service for the very first time.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be working with the team at Spotify to deliver this content to music fans all over the world.”
“Our number one job at Spotify is to deliver great music to fans whenever and wherever they want to listen to it,” said Stefan Blom, Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Content Officer at Spotify.
“This deal with Dubset enables us to serve fans of dance music with the mixes they crave while ensuring that artists, labels and publishers get paid fairly. It’s a great day for music fans all over the world.”
“DJs have long been recognized as the greatest curators of music in the world,” said Pat Shah, Head of Original Content Licensing at Spotify.
“We look forward to working withDubset and the biggest and best DJs in the world to continue to lead the industry by providing our consumers with the best content available in the market.”Music Business Worldwide