L.J. Music is an official music brand, owned by ABC L.J.: The Lissajous Curve Thingy Company, Inc.
2017–2018EditFounded on 29 September 2017 the first video was "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke, featuring Pharrell Williams and T.I., but then, the video had got blocked out of Australia. The logo came into use in the same date and it is an ABC L.J. logo with "Music" written in a bold font of Arial. The colouring for this logo was made in blue. ABC L.J. would however - continue to use this logo as an on-screen variant until 20 August 2018.
2018–presentEditOn 17 December 2017, ABC L.J. announced that L.J. Music would be getting its logo changed for the first time, whilst the colouring was already made a bit darker using blue and looks like L.J. Radio. Both "Music" and "Radio" were written in an Architects Daughter font. It was revealed on 22 January 2018 and took effect on 20 March.
As of 17 August, the first numbered channel to become a music genre was L.J. Music 1. Due to third-party copyright on 21 September, the channel (then his most popular) got terminated, but is scheduled to return after axing the termination.
For the genres in L.J. Music, see:
Numbered channels Edit
For the numbered channels in L.J. Music, see:
Former numbered channels Edit
A division of ABC L.J.: The Lissajous Curve Thingy Company, Inc.