January 9, 2009

I’ve recently received an invite to Spotify, a music service which allows you to stream tracks and albums in full, as often as you like, and for free (bar some advertising, which I haven’t actually been subject to yet).

I’m a big fan of, and Spotify allows you to scrobble tracks to your account. The great thing about Spotify is that, by contrast to, using its iTunes-like search interface allows you to immediately pull up any track or album that you want to hear, unlike’s addmitedly interesting radio feature. So, for example, I am currently listening to New Order’s masterpiece Technique in full, thanks to the power of Spotify and the interwebs.

Spotify is exactly the thing that the big music companies should be seeing as the future, and to their credit they seem to have gotten on board, with the so-called major labels all signing up to provide music.

The service is currently in beta and requires you to queue for an invite, but mine took just a week, and I think the service is fantastic so go and sign up!

3 Responses to “Spotify”

  1. Tom A Says:

    Is scrobble a word?

  2. neilstewart Says:

    Yeah in the world of teh internets! I’ll send you an invite…

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