How Did I Miss That: Camp.fm

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Have you heard of Camp.fm? It’s a bandcamp.com personalised radio streaming service and we love it.

You can always count on someone with interests and expertise in the field of music technology to come up with something wonderful like Camp.fm. Created by music technology expert and senior research engineer Òscar Celma, Camp.fm works much like Last.fm (who he has also worked with) in that you can surf through the corridors of Bandcamp via tags. The service then streams out random tracks based on the tags you choose. You can pause, skip, like and dislike tracks and of course, click on the cover art to download the album or single. Simple but effective and more importantly, you could find some great new (and sometimes free) music.

Head over to Camp.fm and try it for yourself. You can also download the Chrome app at the Chrome web store.

About Luke Alex Davis

Luke Davis is a music producer and editor of music blog Sampleface. In his spare time, he enjoys watching tennis and football and reading.