Live Nation and Spotify have joined the growing list of companies pulling their business from Russia. The concert giant and streaming platform made respective statements last week condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

“Live Nation joins the world in strongly condemning Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,” the company said in a statement to IQ. “We will not promote shows in Russia, and we will not do business with Russia. We’re in the process of reviewing our vendors so we can cease work with any and all Russian-based suppliers.”

Spotify announced that it will close its office in Russia “indefinitely” as well as pull all content from Kremlin-based outlets including RT and Sputnik. The streaming service itself, however, remains accessible to users in Russia.

“We are deeply shocked and saddened by the unprovoked attack on Ukraine,” a Spotify spokesperson confirmed to Variety. “Our first priority over the past week has been the safety of our employees and to ensure that Spotify continues to serve as an important source of global and regional news at a time when access to information is more important than ever.”

Spotify said that it has reviewed thousands of pieces of content since the beginning of Russia’s assault on Ukraine in late February. The company has launched an information hub with information from outlets it deems trustworthy, including BBC NewsThe New York TimesThe Guardian, and more. The news source also hosts podcasts explaining the Russia-Ukraine conflict as well as episodes on Ukrainian history. This move comes after Spotify launched a similar COVID-19 information hub last month in response to criticism over the platform’s dissemination of The Joe Rogan Experience.

“We think it’s critically important to try to keep our service operational in Russia to allow for the global flow of information,” a Spotify representative said.

The announcements from Live Nation and Spotify came after a growing number of artists canceled shows in Russia. Western entertainers including Iggy PopGreen DayThe KillersGorillazSlipknot, and more have all cleared upcoming tour dates in Russia.

Live updates of the Russian invasion of Ukraine are available here.