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Music Tech Startup News: Diligu, Sell Your Band, Social Radio, SMPapps, StereoGrid, BandApp

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this week includes the launch of Diligu and the sale of Sell Your Band. The Social Radio debuts a web app, StereoGrid adds Premium Analytics and BandApp creates BandApp Pages. ShareMyPlaylists goes B2B with SMPapps and Groovebug announces featured placement for Pop 'stache.

Diligu is a new music discovery platform that provides a Twitter-like interface for sharing music via Tweet-like posts. Music promotion opportunities are coming soon.

Sell Your Band, a promising looking directory of services for DIY musicians, is for sale. See the site listing for more info.


ShareMyPlaylists goes B2B with the launch of SMPapps to create bespoke Spotify apps.

The Social Radio recently launched a public web app. Now you don't need a native mobile app to listen to your tweets read to music.

StereoGrid, a free service for delivering music to targeted bloggers and press, is adding Premium Analytics. In addition to free delivery, artists and marketers can now upgrade to view analytics including who viewed your music, who posted it and who shared it.

Groovebug, a free interactive music magazine app for the iPad, recently announced that Pop 'stache would be the first blog to be featured on the site in a special integration.

BandApp steps up their web game with Version 1.2 including BandApp Pages that display a preview of your app on the web rather than simply showing url visitors a puzzling QR code.

Hypebot Senior Contributor Clyde Smith (Twitter/ blogs about music crowdfunding at Crowdfunding For Musicians (@CrowdfundingM). To suggest topics for Hypebot, contact: clyde(at)fluxresearch(dot)com.

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