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It is unclear to me how this is different than doing the same thing with Spotify as it also uses CD Baby's catalog. Spotify has a much bigger user base too prompting easier and larger sharing possibilities. I just updated a lengthy Songza review I wrote recently. You can read it [url=http://playlistprofessional.com/reviews/songza-review/]here[/url]

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Eric Davich

Hi there,

Songza's web and mobile apps are 100% free with no audio ads, listening limits, or trial periods. In order to listen to a Songza playlist on from Facebook, all you have to do is hit the play button and you'll hear music. There are no no hurdles like sign-up forms or software downloads.

Additionally, Songza's catalog is unique in that we have music from artists that on-demand streaming services do not, including The Beatles, Adele, Coldplay, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC and The Black Keys.

Clyde Smith

I've gotta go with Eric on this one.

I haven't joined Spotify. I don't really need it and I don't write about streaming services so I don't want to sign up.

More generally speaking, I hate clicking on something and then encountering barriers to access. It turns me away unless I have a truly compelling reason to jump through hoops.

The open web still trumps closed platforms.

Eric Davich

Thanks, Clyde! And nice to meet you :)

Clyde Smith



USA only :(

Eric Davich

For now...


I love songza, but sometimes it's hard to find good music, I mean discover new artist or genre (i love balkan music). I really love the playlist related to a special event, but after 3 or 4 times I don't know what to choose. Recently I discover another website stereomood.com that automatically gives me readymade playlist for free with unknown artist but really good sound! for example the balkan playlist is awesome! I don't know if it available all over the world. I'm in America and it works!

Earl Hamlett

Guys should check out www.Formvote.com to promote your music too, kind of like the Rangers did , looks like they've been using it to choose their singles, etc. it's a great tool . check out how they used it http://www.formvote.com/discuss.php?postid=454551579336129

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