A few years ago, I came across a website called PureVolume. It was the first music website to be run independently. Its founders were Mitchell Pavao, Nate Hudson, and Brett Woitunski. Its success has inspired many people to try and start their own music websites, and the website has exploded in popularity. Read on to find out more about the service and its history. Until today, it’s still a popular resource for music enthusiasts.
During its first few years of operation, PureVolume was a place where emerging artists could promote their music. Their profiles contain basic information about the artists, photos, and music they’ve released. If you like what you hear, you can download a song and follow their profile. PureVolume was recently recognized as the top social music site by several publications. The site is free to sign up for, so there’s no reason not to give it a try!
A few years after PureVolume launched, it changed its name to blue to reflect its new image. The website was initially designed to promote new artists and emerging rock bands, but quickly became an A&R tool for record labels as well. Artists could create a profile on the site, post photos, and share their music for free. Fans could also create their own profiles and keep track of the music they were listening to. And, unlike many sites, PureVolume even featured editorial content.