Apple Music has reached a deal with digital music distributor Dubset that will permit them to offer remixes and DJ sets that previously raised too many copyright concerns so prepare to stream a whole bunch of new music. "It's a huge step forward for the music industry to be able to deliver mixed and remixed content into legal services," Dubset CEO Stephen White told Pitchfork.

Dubset announced it will use its new MixBank platform to deliver the mixes and remixes to Apple Music, designed to identify each track and then check the underlying copyrights against licensing rules set by the owners of those copyrights. "Everyone's getting compensated," White continued. "The label gets paid, the publisher gets paid, the DJ gets paid."