The company points out that its music platform will now give developers the ability to include accurate tour information from JamBase, lyrical interpretations from SongMeanings users, song lyrics from LyricFind, music from both Spotify & Rdio, concert tickets information from Seatwave, and social media integration with Twitter and Facebook.
Founded in 2005, the Somerville, Mass.-based startup has raised a total of $8.3 million in funding from Matrix Partners and Commonwealth Capital Ventures, Argos Management and three co-founders of MIT Media Lab.
The Echo Nest baut B2B-Musikplattform mit Konzertdaten und Songtexten aus
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