LUXEMBOURG, December 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
With Jamendo, music enthusiasts have a way to discover and curate music without a subscription.
In the age of on-demand streaming, it is getting hard to look past the big players in music, making the headlines with news often including the same high-profile artists. Meanwhile, exciting discoveries of new songs or artists are happening in less expected places. In the past 10 years, Jamendo has grown to become a reference platform for talents on the verge of success, those artists starting from nothing but already sounding like the next thing. Today, 40,000 artists from 150 countries trust Jamendo, sharing more than half a million songs to be streamed and downloaded for free.
The music on Jamendo is presented in different forms such as themed playlists, radios and charts by genre, editorial spotlights on new releases or new talents. The discovery experience is exciting, and pushed further, with users able to browse music similar to a track, an album or an artist.
The user experience is also made simple for every music lover keen to collect music and discuss about it: you can build your own library of favorites, make your own playlists, as well as comment and review every piece of music.
"With a simple model based on the freedom of sharing music and interacting with each other, Jamendo manages to establish a stronger connection between musicians and their fans, and boost the discovery of independent music. It's a gold mine for every music lover," says Emmanuel Donati, General Manager of Jamendo.
Jamendo is a worldwide community of independent music, with 40,000 artists sharing more than 500,000 tracks to stream and download for free. Jamendo supports independent artists by licensing their songs for commercial use (film, TV, advertising, background music in stores, etc.), generating fair revenue for them.