Before Spotify came along, Pure Volume was the first independent music website. Its founders were Mitchell Pavao, Brett Woitunski, and Nate Hudson. Their mission was to create a site that allowed music enthusiasts to share their favorite tracks with other users. Their efforts proved to be successful and the service continues to grow. However, despite the many positive reviews, some people are still not convinced that Pure Volume is worth trying.
While most companies in the music industry are trying to make a name for themselves, few are willing to risk a failure to get their products noticed. Pure Volume is still an active player in the industry, having won awards and positive reviews from major media. Its website features musicians and brands that make music. Mitchell Pavao, Brett Woitunski, and Nate Hudson, among others, have founded the company. In addition to distributing music, the company has partnered with major brands, including Gibson and Vans.
After spinning off PureVolume from Spin Media in 2010, the company sold it to Hive Media. Hive also owns Buzznet, Idolater, and Punk News. Pure Volume will continue to be available online until 2016. The founders of the site hope that their work will be useful for music fans of the future. So, the future of music streaming is uncertain, but it is a bright one for those who believe in the power of music.