In the wake of the deaths of Electronic Music pioneers The Flaming Lips, the Beastie Boys, and The Notorious B.I.G., we are witnessing an era in music that is not only dead but dying.
Music fans are no longer interested in music, but in the music industry.
Music is not an art form; it is an industry.
In the coming weeks and months, the industry will be forced to grapple with how to survive the death of the music business.
It is time to rethink its strategy, whether through a change in its identity or through the creation of a new industry, a new culture.
The End of Musical Music?
We live in a time where music is being sold on the Internet and where it is being consumed on demand in many different ways, including on mobile devices, on video, and through streaming services.
As a consequence, there is no shortage of options for consumers.
Music consumption is growing rapidly.
It will continue to grow.
We will need new strategies for entertainment to survive, and new music platforms to succeed.
Music will continue evolving as a form of entertainment and as a means of distribution.
Music continues to be a vital part of our culture, but the world is now in a transitional phase.
We live on a changing planet.
The music industry is in a precarious position.
The Internet and streaming services will continue offering consumers more and more choices.
The current model of the industry is unsustainable, and we must adapt accordingly.
There are many reasons to be optimistic about the future of music, including its importance as a social and cultural phenomenon, its increasing ubiquity, its capacity to capture new audiences and audiences of all ages, and its growing recognition as a vehicle for artistic expression.
In this period, however, the world has been changed, and a new music business model is emerging.
It seems that this new business model will require a new paradigm.
We must reinvent the music, we must redefine the entertainment, and our new music platform must be a destination that allows consumers to find and discover great music and entertain them in ways that are not only entertaining but also empowering.
We should look to our past, not to our present, and embrace a new model of music that brings us together with our artists and our fans in ways we never could before.
Music must evolve to embrace the future, but it cannot be destroyed.
It is critical to understand what this new model looks like.
In a world where music continues to grow, it will require that we create new ways to engage and entertain.
New forms of media are emerging that will allow us to share, create, and connect, creating opportunities for new audiences.
We need to create platforms that provide the same kind of entertainment that audiences have always enjoyed and that enable them to discover new music and experiences.
We also need to reinvent our business models, our product distribution, and, of course, our business structures to meet new demands.
This requires an overhaul of our business practices and a shift in our approach to music.
The Future of Music?
The future of the musical industry will require many different changes.
First, there will be a need for a new business that offers the same kinds of entertainment we have always loved and that brings new audiences to our music and provides them with new opportunities to connect with artists.
As more artists, artists and fans come together to create new music, new audiences will be able to engage with artists, create new content and create new experiences for fans.
Second, there must be an end to the commodification of music.
We cannot live by music and music is not about what we like.
It should not be used as a commodity, a product or a tool.
This new model must offer audiences a new kind of experience.
It must provide the experience of discovery, discovery, and discovery, not just the entertainment.
It also must provide an entertainment that does not make the audience feel like they are being sold.
It needs to make the entertainment as engaging as the music.
Music should be fun, and it should be about the audience.
The next generation of music must be the entertainment we all remember and love.
It requires the creative expression of artists and musicians and it must provide a platform that allows people to engage in that creative expression.
The future is exciting, but we need to be ready for the changes ahead.
The most important thing we can do is look to the future with open minds and a deep understanding of how music is created.
Music and music culture will change forever, but music and culture cannot be changed overnight.