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Best Music Service Websites of 2015

We are always looking for amazing websites. And people are always looking for amazing new music. That is where this post really comes into it’s own.

The best music websites of 2015 are going to blow your socks off!

We are going to list some of the best music websites we have come across, and have used, and show you just have diverse the choice is in the music arena today.

So without wasting any more of your time, let’s take a look at the best in music.

Spotify – The Best In Europe?

For music lovers in the USA, it is normally all about Pandora. And why not? They dominate the online music market and have a lot to offer.

But another great online music provider, with a stunning website is Spotify.

Founded in Sweden, Spotfiy is also now readily available with apps on almost any phone and device, including games consoles and TVs. They are really one of the best providers around.

So if you need to discover some new music, or just listen to the music you love, check them out!

Deezer – Another One To Watch?

Another great music website founded in Europe (this time Paris, France) is Deezer. Although a little slower on the uptake, Deezer has since boomed expanding into nearly 100 countries around the globe.

Deezer actually now one of the largest track collections as well as one of the nicest interfaces which makes finding and listening to music a pleasure.

So if you are on the hunt for a new music service, they are certainly worth a look.

Tidal – Now Owned By Jay-Z

Since its purchase by Jay Z, Tidal has been relaunched and is perhaps one of the best music services to watch.

They have over 35 million music tracks as well as over 85,000 music videos.

Their claim to fame is their high fidelity lossless audio, which premium music lovers will like. Although in all honesty, it is not necessary and most mp3s we are used to listening to are lower in quality than the CDs we used to consume.

Apple Music – A Little Bit of Controversy

Apple has a little bit of arrogance as we all know, and this showed a little when they launched Apple Music earlier this year.

They wanted to get people on board as quickly as possible so offered it for free. For a while.

The problem was the way in which they were going to pay, or not pay, the artists. This lead to a major boycott started by Taylor Swift, which has since been resolved.

The service is obviously more tightly tied in to the Apple services such as their cloud, so in that sense it may not suit everyone.

Pandora – Last But Not Least

One of the leaders in the field, and more of a music discovery service, Pandora is certainly worth checking out.

Pandora Internet Radio (also known as Pandora Radio or simply Pandora) is a music streaming and automated music recommendation service powered by the Music Genome Project.

The big problem with Pandora, for the rest of the world at least, is that due to licensing issues they are usually not available. They block it at the IP level based on country. So for most people outside the USA, unless you are using proxy to hide your location, this is not an option.

Check Them All Out

All the music services are great, but honestly with free trials on most of them, I recommend you test a few out before committing to one of them. As once you do, it is harder to move (with your play lists, favorites etc.).