Digitally Imported offer a rather cool streaming service — some would say similar to the likes of Spotify and Deezer. However, DI differs as it is aimed directly at the electronic dance music lover and its content is curated by an army of loyal house music fans, meaning that the music on offer is always going to be of the highest order.
DI also differs in that its main focus is in delivering radio shows for a multitude of genres, and in the future as part of the service users will have the ability to buy their favourite tracks directly via Digitally Imported.
There are over 500 unique radio shows that users can tune into either live or pre-recorded. DI also offers exclusive weekly interviews and DJ mixes from some major players on the scene via their DI Journeys section, an expose of the dance music scene in a two-hour slot that includes exclusive artist interviews, classic tracks, and custom-made mixes put together by various world-ranking artists and key figures found within the constantly expanding electronic music landscape.
Digitally Imported are ever expanding their connections and is a one-stop shop for all dance music fans. DI comes via a subscription model that features a standard subscription that is ad-sponsored and offers lower audio streaming quality whilst Premium subscription is a paid service that gives higher quality audio streams plus a whole heap of goodies.
Tune in here for an exclusive WMC live stream from Ultra Music Festival as it happens — all the fun of the fair direct to you.
There is a lot more in development from DI in the future — watch this space for further updates.
But before that, here’s a little teaser of how it all works:
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