We unveil the black boxes of the digital music industry and help artists & music professionals find a new and better way to leverage music data.
Could the data collected in connection to the artist's career be considered personal data? And if so, what would be the implications for the music data industry? We detail the issue of GDPR compliance in the music business to try and get to the bottom of it.
In 2022, data management and analysis are integrated into most workflows in the music business, turning music data proficiency into an integral component of the music business skill set.
of all music professionals are engaging with data analytics at least once per week
of music business plan to increase their data management & analytics budgets in 2022
Most music companies participating in our yearly survey for 2021 — regardless of their size or vertical — were planning to invest more into music data analytics in 2022
Music Tomorrow was founded in 2020 by longtime music industry executive Julie Knibbe. Before launching Music Tomorrow, Julie worked at the bleeding edge of music data more than 8 years — pioneering music recommendation and discovery at Deezer, and leading the product team at Soundcharts.
Today, Music Tomorrow is a dedicated team of music data scientists, analysts and product managers, working hands-on with some of the industry’s most innovative data products, sharing their learnings and knowledge with the music community to help build a more fair and transparent digital music business.Meet Our Team ⟶
Build up your skill set and unlock your next career opportunity with dedicated music data courses.Discover the Academy ⟶
Learn how music discovery algorithms work and including knowledge in marketing plans can boost a song release campaign.
Learn techniques of basic data analysis to source artists, assess their potential, and measure the performance of artists.
Learn how to use data to pitch your project and discover artist pitch decks that got people signed to distro/label.