Here's what happened on Rdio this week — all the news and happenings at-a-glance. To keep up with the latest, Like Rdio on Facebook, subscribe to the Rdio blog feed, and follow @Rdio on Twitter and on Rdio.
Here’s what happened on Rdio this week:
New Music Tuesday, March 20, 2012 — The Hunger Games Soundtrack, and new music from the Shins, Beach House, Odd Future, and Sonic Youth’s Lee Ranaldo made this a new release week to remember.
Trade Twitter Music Trivia for New Rdio Access — Non-subscribers get the chance to check out New Rdio. Tune in every morning for music trivia from @Rdio on Twitter, and tweet back to win.
New Rdio Spotlight: Browse — In our weekly New Rdio Feature Spotlight, we highlight how to effectively use the sidebar's Browse.
Now Available: An iOS Update — The Rdio App for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch just got better — retina display and 100 song Collection Stations.
Now Playing on Facebook Timeline — Share what you’re listening to on Rdio on your Facebook Timeline.
Listen to Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs on Rdio — The landmark album is now available on Rdio.
Exclusive: Listen to Sydney Wayser’s Bell Choir Coast — The banjos, whistled melodies, gentle chimes, and strummed guitar of singer-songwriter Sydney Wayser’s third album are exclusive to Rdio this week.
Exclusive: Listen to The Veer Union’s Divide the Blackened Sky — The alt-rock outfit release their heaviest and darkest album yet next week, but you can stream it now, only on Rdio.
Follow this week’s newest Influencers:
- The label Maple Music Recordings