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Drip.fm & DISTRO: Two Music Subscription Services That Curate Rather Than Clutter

Posted October 9

When it comes to the battle between music subscription services, the name of the game these past few years has been, undoubtedly, access: Specifically, making the most songs available on the most platforms to the most people. And while we enjoy being able to listen to everything from that super vintage ’90s jam to the newest indie track whenever we want, we can’t help but feel a little overwhelmed — despite all the algorithmic apps and tools on the market that are supposed to help us sort through it all. That’s why we’ve been particular intrigued, of late, by a pair of new/upcoming services that purposely limit what content they release, acting as those cranky old record store owners of yore — educating rather than inundating.

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