He has been replaced by its former CEO, Peter Tonstad, who will act as interim Tidal CEO. The company also confirmed a number of further redundancies.
A statement announcing the changes said that new CEO, Peter Tonstad, was "streamlining resources to ensure talent is maximized to enhance the customer experience.
"We've eliminated a handful of positions and refocused our company-wide talent to address departments that need support and cut redundancies. Tidal’s offices globally will remain and grow: we are already hiring for several new positions now.
"We're excited about our future and what's in store for fans who want the best listening experience."
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Tidal relaunched in the US and worldwide with a star-studded press event that revealed a number of celebrity investors, from Jack White to Madonna. The event was greeted with a mixed response, with many criticising the focus on big-name artists.
Tidal aims to differentiate itself with editorial content, curated playlists and exclusive music and videos, plus of course lossless, CD-quality streams for £20/month premium users.
Competing with the likes of Qobuz and Deezer Elite on Sonos in the lossless market, the launch of Tidal's £10/month standard service shows it clearly wants a piece of the mainstream, too, with runaway market-leader Spotify firmly in its sights.