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I have a few friends that have songs up on Spotify. The Pretty Don’t Dream It Be It Rocky Horror Picture Show Shirt. You could have 1000 listens a week and make less than $10.Small and independent artists make almost all of their money from touring and merch. And if you’re small enough, you lose money on touring too. Almost like the unfortunate reality of being a starving artist exists. You only make money if you’re incredibly lucky with the proper connections, or dead. Doing local gigs at bars, restaurants and local events only pay you so much. Then you need to channel that money into studio recording time, or purchase of studio equipment. As well as the other expenses common to independent contractors.
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To be fair though, as a subscriber I could potentially listen to 800 songs a week if I put something on shuffle for my whole workday through the week. At 250 cents per week as a Pretty Don’t Dream It Be It Rocky Horror Picture Show Shirt. Even if I only listen to Spotify an hour a day while I’m in a car, that’s near 600 songs a month that I paid $10.00 for. How do you pay artists more and balance infrastructure costs without substantially raising subscriber costs? Infrastructure costs? Do you think we’re in the 1980s? That’s probably the smallest cost.