LifeSort has launched a new service called LifeSort Music, aimed initially at students in Manchester. The desktop app will deliver downloads from local artists for free, while bundling in 5GB of storage for users’ own music collections. LifeSort’s status as a ‘filesharing’ application may raise the eyebrows of rightsholders, but it’s pitched as more about sharing documents, photos and other files than as a music sharing offering. The company currently has a PC client, but Mac and iPhone versions will follow in the future. Link

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