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Streaming’s Coolest New Content: From Regional Indian Music to Tomorrowland DJ Mixes

Now one can also host a group listening party where users join the same playlist or podcast at the same time

Rolling Stone India
Rolling Stone India Aug 09, 2020
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For most melophiles, summers are synonymous with music festivals, concerts, and outdoor gigs. With all of those things now a distant dream, streaming services have been vying to bring the freshest, most innovative content, and tech to the table. Here’s a roundup of all that’s on offer:

Regional Music Playlists, Podcasts and Mini-Docu by JioSaavnAll through August, JioSaavn will be promoting India’s rich and diverse regional music as part of its ‘We Are India’ campaign. On offer are curated playlists, podcasts and a mini-documentary series on YouTube featuring artists from across India. Expect a whole lot of content in 12 Indian languages: Assamese, Bengali, Bhojpuri, English, Haryanvi, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu.

Catch Tomorrowland DJ Mixes on Apple Music


The streaming giant features all-new DJ mixes from the biggest music festival in the world, which in its debut online edition saw over a million people tuning in. Listen to sets by Adam Beyer, Charlotte De Witte,VER:WEST, , Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Joris Voorn, Jack Back, Yves V and more.

Stream the live DJ sets HERE

Listen Together in Real-Time via Spotify’s Group Session

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In a bid to bring back the joy of communal listening, Spotify has introduced a beat feature that allows Premium users to listen to music together in real-time. As many as five users can remotely stream content together, where the host can share a unique link or scan code with guests. The Group Session feature is currently in beta and its features continue to evolve.

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To know more, check out Spotify’s blog, For The Record.

 

 

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