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…measuring all of this activity across platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, YouTube, Facebook, and more, poses some interesting scalability challenges. Next Big Sound collects this type of data from over a hundred sources, standardizes everything, and offers that information to record labels, band managers, and artists through a web-based analytics platform.