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DJs have often lamented the lack of integration that current music streaming and cloud services provide. And for a market that consumes music at such a high rate, the expense of DJing can quickly take the joy out of the process. Pulselocker, a new streaming and storage service, has launched to the web today, aiming to capture a section of the music market that wants an affordable, comprehensive, and up-to-date library of music that still makes sure that artists get paid.

Here’s how it works: users pay a monthly fee to access over 4 million tracks from over 27,000 labels. Tracks can then be stored in a Locker to be played offline through DJ software like Serato and Traktor. These tracks are also easily streamed and bought through Pulselocker’s webstore whose focus on artwork and crowdsourcing the latest genres of music makes it a strong competitor for the attention of music enthusiasts.

The project was initiated in 2012 and has been running as a beta service until today. Reviews of the beta service so far have been incredibly positive with people quick to class it alongside services like Spotify. Offering more than just unlimited streaming, and starting at only $9.99/month for a small locker of 25 tracks (going up to $59.99/month for 1,000) it could have the potential to go even further.

You can try Pulselocker at: www.pulselocker.com.

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