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Grooveshark

Grooveshark is Back Online

Days after its demise, Grooveshark is back

May 5th, 2015

There are more free, legal ways to stream music over the Internet than ever, but it was still a bit of a shock to see Grooveshark finally go offline after more than half a decade of legal battles and controversy. I had always just assumed that Grooveshark would be around forever, fighting the good fight and …

Grooveshark Sony Music Settlement

Grooveshark settles Sony lawsuit, strikes deal to expand catalog

August 28th, 2013

The music streaming service Grooveshark seems to be stuck in perpetual hot water. When we last reported on Grooveshark, the company’s app had been pulled from the Google Play store, and things haven’t been much smoother in the year since then. After surviving a few lawsuits and finally launching an HTML5 compatible version of their …

Grooveshark faces the music once again, pulled from Google’s app store

August 31st, 2012

Well, that didn’t take long. Just two days after popular music streaming app Grooveshark was allowed back onto the Google Play app store, Google (GOOG) has apparently decided to yank the app once again without providing an immediate explanation. A Grooveshark spokesperson tells BGR that Google has not yet told the company why it again …

Grooveshark welcomed back to Google Play store

August 29th, 2012

Grooveshark, the popular music service that lets users upload their songs and stream them to computers and smartphones, is back on the Google (GOOG) Play app store. Google had yanked the app from the store more than a year ago after copyright holders complained it was letting users download music illegally. Per CNET, Grooveshark says …

The BGR Show – Grooveshark CEO on empowering musicians and beating the labels

August 16th, 2012

This week we sat down with Sam Tarantino, co-founder and CEO of streaming music service Grooveshark to discuss the state of the music industry, streaming music services, and what Grooveshark is doing to empower both independent artists and record labels. We also discuss the company’s legal battle with major labels as well as Grooveshark’s new product called Beluga, …