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This is a fantastic thing, really great news... alas the web-design is horribly executed. Feels like 2002. A proper developer needs to get on the back and front end of this asap because users web expectations are far to high to deal with such an ass backward design.

Ravensworth Studios

Totally agree with the comment from Kidcouture...great idea, except the website is very poorly executed. Will hope for some changes ASAP!

Andre Wiley

Isnt this called spotify?


I agree with all three comments above - poor quality site and already full of ads all over the place. Hasn't anyone learned from the Myspace model? Simplicity is bliss...and then they over-complicate it and pretty much spam people with unwanted ads.

Spotify will be interesting to watch as it progresses (or not)...



Indie labels can't compete with music tech companies at the tech game. They can only hope to catch up. I hope New Record focuses their effort into curating their releases to help music lovers better navigate the music scene in which their band's exist.I'm not talking about recommendation engines. I'm talking about personally built playlists, with more context to the bands/albums/songs included, which is something the tech companies CANNOT do. Okayplayer is a great example of this.

And yes, the website is atrocious.

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