Come “Discover the Undiscovered” with EchoMusic by ReverbNation

The internet has made it easier than ever to be a musician. Bands can upload their entire catalog in minutes and share it with fans from around the world, connecting in ways never before possible.

But being a music fan is hard. Who has time to sift through thousands of new songs every week? Who has the time to look for the best new bands?

Fortunately, we do.

We’re proud to announce EchoMusic — a music discovery app that will reintroduce you to the joys of discovery. Unlike other discovery apps, we don’t play you the music you already know and like. We give you the songs you didn’t know you were missing out on.

Hours of music were hand-picked by our Curation Team of industry tastemakers (bloggers, music licensing supervisors, DJs). Thousands of different artists from the ReverbNation community across many genres are represented. And we’re working to increase the catalog of EchoMusic every day.

The app is available for free on both iOS and Android devices, and EchoMusic doesn’t require any new sign-ups or accounts. Just open the app and start listening to some great new music from the ReverbNation community.


Key Features

· Ad-free music
· Simple, easy-to-use interface
· No account required
· Unlimited skips
· Select one or multiple genres to mix up your playlist
· Share music with friends via text, email, and social
· Keep track of your favorite songs

Want to hear your songs in EchoMusic?

Our curation team is always on the lookout for fresh, new music to add to EchoMusic. Make sure your profile page is up to date with your latest music, videos, shows, etc. The more you stay on top of your ReverbNation profile, the better your chances of being spotted by our team become.




JustinCome “Discover the Undiscovered” with EchoMusic by ReverbNation


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  • Magdalena - July 29, 2015 reply

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  • Raphael - July 29, 2015 reply

    I think i first read it here that being a fan is hard, many people wouldn’t understand that. I know how bad i feel when i hear a track or see a video of any of my favourite musicians that i don’t have on my laptop or on my phone. I’ll go for the EchoMusic App.

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