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The entire world of radio in a powerful personal jukebox



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Michael RobertsonMaker@mp3michael · DAR.fm
Internet radio is neglected and I fear music fans are losing interest so I thought I'd invent an entirely new way to experience the amazing ease of use and breadth of net radio. We've turned the entire world of radio into a personal jukebox. The funnest part is song hunting where users can search for their specific song favorites playing anywhere in the radio world in under a second! Our goal is to re-energize music fans to internet radio by giving them more control than ever before. Glad to hear your thoughts and feedback Hunters!
Bram Kanstein (@bramk)Hunter@bramk · Working on @nocodemvp (pre-launch)
Wow this is pretty cool! You can search for artists en genres and find awesome radio stations to listen to. The app also has a powerful search capability that helps users find a specific song or artist to play. In under a second, users can scan 100,000 (!!) online radio stations for a specific song or artist. If located, they can tune into the broadcast with a simple click on the title which will connect them directly to that station. @mp3michael is the maker, he can tell you more :)
tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
@mp3michael I see huge value for radio stations here – they need listeners! But why is this good for listeners? I can search for songs on any platform. Spotify as an example, I can listen offline and without ads. Looking forward to watching your TWISt episode later today.
Michael RobertsonMaker@mp3michael · DAR.fm
@thomasmeagher the free mobile version of Spotify is crippled compared to the desktop. There's a hard limit of 5 skips and there's no search to play ay a specific song. The Spotify experience for non- subscribers is worse than Pandora because you can't just change stations to get more skips. Their limit of 5 is inescapable.
tom meagher@tomfme · now is good.
@mp3michael agree! Spotify and Pandora aren't great and I hate ads so I use a cocktail of Hype Machine, SoundCloud, and my aging iTunes library.
Catherine Trestini@cattrestini · Freelance Social Media Strategist in FL.
I don't see myself replacing this in lieu of other music apps I use like Spotify, 8tracks, last.fm, etc, but I can see myself hopping in this when I get bored of one app and want to discover new music. The radio isn't dead! 🎵
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I just watched @Jason's interview with @mp3michael on TWiST.
Very interesting conversation about the music industry and (less expectedly) the changing work economy.