The first 100 Episodes of Digital Music Trends

DMT 95 – MPme by Apsmart

This week on the show an interview with Rahul Powar, founder of Apsmart the company behind the app MPme.

MPme is an application created from the ground up for the iPad and it provides a curated online radio experience. The app actually monitors thousands of commercial radio stations and can serve up recommendations in real tim on stations that are playing tracks that are in line with your music tastes. MPme was recently named best startup in the Music Discovery, Recommendation and Creation category at Midem.

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DMT 93 – PlayMySong and Navegas

This week on the show an interview with the CEO of PlayMySong Rami Korhonen with an update on what they’ve been up to in the past year. Playmysong is a great social Jukebox controlled right from your mobile device – coming soon to a venue close to you!

Also an interview with Lutz Villalba the CEO of newly launched start-up Navegas that is creating an interesting in-browser integration of different audio sources.

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DMT 92 –

This week the show is all about and features an interview with Matthew Hawn, the company’s VP of product. We talk about the evolution of, its API policy, how the Spotify app development came about, their partnership with Microsoft on their new Discover platform at and also about location-based charts and plenty of other stuff.

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Have a great week and ’til next time!

Andrea Leonelli

DMT 91 – Webdoc

This week on the show an interview with Olivier de Simone, head of music at start-up Webdoc. The company lets you create, share and discover rich interactive posts in a very short space of time, and they have a particular focus on music in this initial phase. In the interview we talk about how the idea of Webdoc developed, the challenges in creating a service of this type, their focus on design and practical applications for musicians.

DMT Episode 91 – Webdoc by digitalmusictrends

Check out to create a beautifully designed flyer, share a track, count down to an event in just a couple of minutes.
Hope you enjoy the show and ’till next time.
Andrea Leonelli