Mixcloud

  • Mixcloud brings its 'YouTube-for-radio' to iPhone

    Mixcloud, the ‘YouTube of radio’ (see our recent TechCrunch TV interview), has finally brought its offering to the iPhone in the form of a native app. The Mixcloud iPhone app gives on-the-go access to the London startup’s library of on-demand radio – DJ mixes, radio shows and podcasts, along with 100s of thousands of other “Cloudcasts” that have been uploaded… Read More

  • Mixlr wants to be an 'audio UStream' for DJs and live bands – we have invites

    Mixlr, a sort-of UStream for audio, wants to make it easy for DJs and bands to share and stream live performances to fans. The service, founded by London-based Rob Watson (a recent graduate of the Music Informatics department at the University of Sussex), is currently in a closed beta, although TechCrunch Europe has 200 invites to give away to readers. In its current incarnation, Mixlr is a… Read More

  • Mixcloud adds real-time activity stream

    [UK] The real-time bandwagon remains irresistible. This time it’s the turn of Mixcloud, the on-demand radio service, to jump on board. The London-based startup, which wants to be the ‘YouTube of radio’, has added a real-time activity stream to its home page that auto-updates to show what its users across the site are listening to, favoriting, commenting on and uploading. Read More