Shazam and Songkick are combining their services. The audio identification app will integrate concert listings from Songkick starting in 2017. Concert data and information for hundreds of thousands of upcoming live shows will appear in the app.[read more]
Spotify has amped up its partnership with Songkick, bringing Concerts tabs to all artist pages on the streaming platform. Songkick’s data includes listings and ticket links. The two parties have been working together since 2013.[read more]
The wave of live music integrations into streaming continues, with a new feature emerging from Spotify. The company has added a Concerts feature that displays personalized show recommendations based on artists a person has listened to and their location.[read more]
Songkick has partnered with Rdio to pull in playlists from that streaming service and use them as a basis for live concert discovery. The service scans locally stored music as well as song choices from streaming platforms to recommend shows happening in the user’s vicinity. The two companies first announced a collaboration at SXSW, which saw Songkick's database of tour information added to artist profiles on the streaming service.[read more]
Streaming music service Songza updated its personalization features in a new iOS app which dropped into the Apple app store this week. Users can now see a list of their thumbs-up song votes, and play them as a playlist.
That might not seem like a big deal, but it is for Songza addicts. The update[read more]
Songkick, which identifies music tour stops by city, has joined Spotify’s app ecosystem. The concert tracking service can be accessed in Spotify’s desktop program.
Songkick hooks into the user’s Spotify music collection to recognize bands and artists of interest. It starts with that basic information[read more]