CONTENT: The New Album
Music has followed the same basic format forever - an album with a singular theme or thought and singles released to promote the sale of the album. And that's basically it, until the next album.
What if music was distributed more like books, where the songs are constantly being updated, remixed, remastered - essentially each new release like a book's editions. Artists could experiment to their heart's content, without ending their album's life-cycle. It could also create a new revenue stream --
Listeners could subscribe to albums before they are even released and get practice sessions, behind-the-scenes content, etc., then after the official release, the remixes, covers, and alternate versions, all in a nice, neat little package.