online music

  • Indian Music Streaming Startup Dhingana Shuts Down

    Indian Music Streaming Startup Dhingana Shuts Down

    Dhingana, the Indian music streaming startup battling to stay alive for past few months, has finally shutdown. We have been trying to speak with Dhingana CEO Rohit Bhatia for past few weeks, but he’s been requesting more time for bringing clarity on the startup’s future. Dhingana is among the top-funded music startups in India. It raised $7 million in Series B funding in… Read More

  • Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Concert Window, The Netflix For Live Concerts, Gives Fans A New, Mobile-Friendly Venue On The Web

    Back in February, we introduced you to EvntLive, a new startup backed by Silicon Valley veterans that’s on a mission to create a scalable platform for broadcasting live concerts, from arenas to small clubs, backed by a library of recorded shows, profiles and music info. Of course, a platform for live concerts isn’t exactly a new idea. In fact, it’s been floating around for… Read More

  • Keen On… ShowGo.tv: Why Jazz Is Now Live On The Internet

    Keen On… ShowGo.tv: Why Jazz Is Now Live On The Internet

    Is the Internet ready for live jazz? Serial entrepreneur Brian Gruber thinks it is. With his latest startup ShowGo.tv, Gruber has created an online music experience in which we can watch live jazz from “the coolest places on earth”. Read More

  • New Napster store features 6 million DRM-free tracks

    Napster’s had it up to here (pointing near the top of my head) and wants to regain its position as the King of Online Music. The new Napster web store opened its doors today and features six million DRM-free tracks, most for 99 cents apiece and most full albums for $9.99, according to Reuters. You can still opt for subscription pricing at around $15 per month if you have a… Read More