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After a successful trial in over 600 venues, music technology leader Nightlife Music has joined forces with global streaming giant Spotify to create crowdDJ.
There was once a time where a night well spent was one crowded around a jukebox. Now, fast forward to 2016 and into your go-to public spaces. A virtual jukebox is making what its creators are calling a revolutionary comeback.
Global music streaming giant Spotify has signed a new partnership with Australian background music specialist Nightlife Music to offer an innovative product that could transform the way music is enjoyed in public spaces.
A new venture between an Australian company and music giant Spotify allows users to turn their phone into a jukebox and stream songs direct to the sound system of a bar, gym or cafe.
A Brisbane-based company specialising in background music has signed a deal with global streaming giant Spotify, which it says could revolutionise the way music is consumed in public spaces.
For the first time ever festival-goers were able to play their Spotify; songs in a public performance setting – showing the power of crowdDJ as an engagement tool. Q Music, the organisers of BIGSOUND16 Festival also benefited from crowdDJ by keeping the recorded music between bands on-brand and licensed.
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