Tag: music


Review: Raumfeld One M

The Raumfeld One M packs a mighty punch for such a compact package, and compares very favourably against its competitors like the Sonos Play:3 or Bose SoundTouch 20.

Moog Google Doodle

Science Is Art

Today’s Google Doodle is one of the search giant’s most popular to date with people loving the ability to play with a software synthesizer in the style of a traditional analogue Moog, and it demonstrates quite how far science and technology overlap with art, and how much they are one and the same. Traditionally artists […]

Top Of The Pops

Official Streaming Charts Finally Come To The UK

The last few years has seen a huge change in how people listen to music with more and more people turning to services like Spotify, Deezer, Napster, and We7 to stream music alongside purchasing it outright through iTunes, Amazon, or others. The streaming services give everyone millions of songs available at their fingertips for just […]


Rdio Launches In The UK And France To Compete With Spotify

Rdio has spent the better part of three months hammering out deals with record labels licensing agencies to let them open their service in Europe, and today the music streaming services has launched in the UK and France. Rdio has had the launch advantage in the US, beating Spotify to the country by over a […]


Spotify Adds “Play Button” Widget, Misunderstands “Embed”

Music streaming powerhouse and media darling Spotify announced a new tool today, the embeddable “Play Button” – allowing bloggers, publishers, and anyone with a website to add a small widget to their site and users can stream whole albums and singles from their favourite artists right there. Except they can’t. SoundCloud has risen to prominence […]


Grooveshark Still Isn’t Paying EMI For Streaming

Internet music streaming bad-boy Grooveshark is back in trouble again today as EMI have said that the company has failed to pay its bills to the record label. EMI was the only of the big four major labels to have agreed a deal on streaming rates with Grooveshark, so this non-payment is the service going […]


Plug.dj Is Social Music And International

The internet went mad for Turntable.fm last summer, but the social musicroom service suffered from the bane of music startups – international licensing. Unless you are in the US, for the last few months you have been presented by an apology message blocking you from accessing the site. Plug.dj has come in to fill that […]