Bloom.fm agrees deal with TuneCore

Mobile music service Bloom.fm has announced a new agreement with the New York-based independent digital music aggregator TuneCore.

The world’s first £1 per month service Bloom.fm has continued to increase the amount of music available through the platform by reaching a deal with TuneCore, which currently distributes over 1.4 million tracks.

The service now has a library of 18 million tracks available for subscribers to listen to and download to their phones, in addition giving a growing number of developing ...

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