Tag: social music
CÜR Music strikes MediaNet deal for hybrid streaming service
CÜR Music, the streaming service founded by industry veterans Tom Brophy, John Lack and Bob Jamieson, has signed a deal with B2B firm Medianet to provide its licensed music catalogue. CÜR Music is being pitched as “the...
February 16, 2015
SoundTracking app gets hashtags, requests and dedications
SoundTracking is one of the few standalone social-music apps that's got any sort of traction in recent years.
July 12, 2013
ShareMyPlaylists reveals stats and charts for 2012
Spotify-focused social music site ShareMyPlaylists has published a bunch of charts for 2012, based on the playlists uploaded by its users.
December 10, 2012
Turntable.fm gets a stadium-house superstar DJs makeover
Turntable.fm has dropped its 200-user limit for its rooms, meaning (in theory) an unlimited number of fans can crowd into a room.
November 15, 2012
30m people have played social music game SongPop
Social music game SongPop has launched a new in-game chat feature, while also announcing a milestone of 30m players.
September 28, 2012
Myspace finally shuts down iLike
You're probably thinking the same thing as us: iLike was still going? But yes, it was, until this week. Myspace has finally shut down the social music service that it acquired in August 2009.
February 8, 2012
WithMe says Twitter ‘misses the boat’ for music discovery
Social music firm WithMe has been crunching some data to see where music tweets come from.
December 21, 2011
Turntable.fm locks out non-US users over licensing issues
Oh well, perhaps it couldn't last. We were reporting last week on the increasing buzz around social music site Turntable.fm, which lets people DJ their music collections with Facebook friends. However, over the weekend, the...
June 27, 2011