DeliRadio Tackles Music Streaming from a Different Angle

The music streaming business just keeps getting more and more crowded with different companies touting new and unique ways of discovering music through various curation methods.

DeliRadio is different from the standard enhanced jukebox model.  Its music selections are connected to the artists who just happen to be coming to your town.  This makes it both a music discovery tool and an artist promotion platform.  Cool, no?

From RAIN:

The DeliRadio experience is filtered primarily by the user’s location, and refined by genre and time period. Listening selections are shaped around artists scheduled to appear in local venues during the the near future. Locations with few performance spots will show slim pickings. Conversely, changing location to a hotbed of music activity, like the East Village of New York (try it: zip code 10003), pops up a wealth of listening and music discovery.

Acting as a reverse lookup for what’s going on tonight, or over the weekend, solves the typical problem of local outlet listings, when you don’t know what the listed bands sound like, and must rummage in YouTube, Spotify, or Bandcamp to piece together a night of musical bar-hopping. DeliRadio makes concert planning a music-first experience.

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