You may remember our article on desktop music player Tomahawk in the 15-Sep edition of the Music Ally Report. There’s some more buzz around it this week on, which flags up the under-the-radar popularity of the app, and its ability to pull music in from a range of services and sites. It also has open source contributor Jason Herskowitz’s upfront response to a question about how Tomahawk plans to make money. “We don’t… Tomahawk is an open source project that we work at out of the goodness of our hearts and a passion to solve this problem: All of the media players that have been around for ten years were built to solve problems of ten years ago… The problems that you need to solve today are, you’ve got silos of music everywhere. I’ve got my library of music in Exfm, which I love, I’ve got stuff on Spotify, I’ve got stuff everywhere else, and I’m forced as the user to bounce between interface to interface to interface.”

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