With Spotify's announcement to partner with Dubset and allow unlicensed DJ mixes on its platform, many people are questioning whether this is the death of SoundCloud. Unfortunately for SoundCloud, they just can't seem to do anything right these days.
Now Chet Faker has become the latest victim in SoundCloud's takedowns. Earlier today, we mentioned that Martin Garrix's account became a victim to SoundCloud's takedown and joined the likes of Madeon, Rob Swire, Kaskade, Morgan Page, Lido and Eprom.
The Australian producer Nick Murphy aka Chet Faker tweeted that SoundCloud issued him with one of its takedown notices detecting that “one of his tracks may contain copyrighted content.” The only problem? It's his own song.
— ✋ɹǝʞɐℲ ʇǝɥƆ (@Chet_Faker) May 25, 2016