Spotify takes the download out of song sharing

Nudge has been beta testing the Spotify music player for several months now. It’s greatest strength is the ability to share songs and even entire play lists with a single URL.

Rather than send songs around in cumbersome 3Mb files you can simply send a 20 character URL. This will revolutionise the discussion around songs. Now every blog and web site that refers to a song can link its readers directly to the tune in question.

So…. now we’re at the end of the day – you probably need to chill out a bit? Well why not try this super cool Nudge says unwind playlist from the team here at Nudge (you’ll need the Spotify player to play it). Listen to Matt‘s Radiohead track, Paulius’s Red hot chili’s or my Mika version of Relax. The in-house DJ prize goes to Iskandar who found the gorgeous Samba Da Bencao.

I have a couple of invitations left so email me if you want one and start listening to the coolest music from the boys at Nudge.

Update 9 October 2008 – All invites now used up – Phil and Matthias I hope you enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “Spotify takes the download out of song sharing

  1. Matthias October 10, 2008 at 4:31 pm Reply

    Thanks for the invite Toby! Spotify is an incredible music service! Check out my playlist for a Friday afternoon

  2. Lin October 28, 2008 at 5:32 pm Reply

    Well written article.

  3. JM November 8, 2008 at 11:22 am Reply

    Awesome exposure to this great service..

    Unfortunately I’m dying for an invite to this place, and am hoping you have an invite left.. I just want to experience something like this, don’t usually listen to much music and I want to broaden my horizon, so to speak.

    Any help is appreciated! And any generosity will of course be rewarded with a huge karma boost. 🙂

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