A few days ago, Warner Music acquired Playlists.net, and as Techcrunch pointed out, one reason can be be its data, and the related insights. But, what can we learn… Continued reading Insights from 500,000 Deezer playlists using Google’s BigQuery
If you log-in to Deezer, Spotify, YouTube, etc. to listen to a particular artist, you can simply pick their top-tracks. Yet, while they’re the most popular,… Continued reading How mood and tempo can influence artist discovery?
As most of my side projects, “seevl DJ” started as a quick hack on a sunday afternoon. Yet, it has been quickly picked and featured on Fast… Continued reading @seevl’s DJ, Twitter, and the Semantic Web
I recently reached the Twitter limit to add new followees so I’ve wrote a tiny Python script, Twitter Cleaner, to remove people who haven’t send anything… Continued reading Remove inactive Twitter followees with this tiny Python script
While the Twitter music app eventually failed, it’s still clear that people use Twitter’s data stream to share and/or discover new #music. Thanks to Twitter cards, a great thing… Continued reading Last night a DJ saved my life: What if Twitter could be your own DJ?
Product Hunt is the new rising star in the start-up community. Think of it as a mix of Beta List and Hacker News, but with products that are already live,… Continued reading Love Product Hunt? Here’s a Chrome extension to discover even more products
Here’s my contribution to the Yo ecosystem. Follow NEVERGONNAGIVEOUP (YO, not YOU), and you’ll receive a YO each time someone mentions Rick Astley’s hit on Twitter. Awesome,… Continued reading Never Gonna Give Yo Up
Here’s the second post of my data analysis series on the Rolling Stone top 500 greatest songs of all time. While the first one focused… Continued reading Back in Black: Analyzing the loudness and tempo of the Rolling Stone top 500 songs
While toying with the public BigQuery datasets, impatiently waiting for Google Cloud Dataflow to be released, I’ve noticed the Wikipedia Revision History one, which contains a list… Continued reading Music recommendations with 300M data points and one SQL query
The Long Tail. That’s not something new, neither on the Web nor in the music field. I remember when I first read Chris Anderson article , and since,… Continued reading The Long Tail, with Spotify and Polymer