Radiohead’s Thom Yorke has never liked Spotify, and it’s clear he still isn’t a fan of the streaming service.

As NME shared back in 2013, Yorke called Spotify “the last desperate fart of a dying corpse.”

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And he's recently taken to Twitter to comment on the way Spotify pays musicians, quoting the original tweet with: “I refer you, ladies and gentlemen, to the comments below …. without further comment.”

In Geoff Barrow’s original Tweet, Barrow says: “Ok quick question for musicians. How many of you have personally made more than £500 from Spotify.”

The thread sparked a conversation from an assortment of artists and musicians on the way Spotify pays artists—and the landscape it creates for artists in a landscape that is not built on paying for music.

Of course, Yorke isn’t the only one who’s commented on the world of streaming for musicians and platforms alike. Pretty much everyone knows that musicians get cents on the dollar—if they're lucky—when their songs are streamed on music services.

And as Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine explains, streaming services themselves aren't making any money, too.

“The streaming business is not a great business,” Iovine says on the profit problems hindering streaming services, warning against artists and labels' overoptimism in the platform. “The streaming services have a bad situation. There's no margins, they're not making any money.”

What are your thoughts on the streaming landscape—and do you agree with Yorke? Let us know in the comments below.

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