Mulve.com / The RIAA and the entire recorded music industry’s worst nightmare + video

I read on Hypebot yesterday,  a new program called Mulve is launched that allows free streaming of songs directly to a user’s desktop:

The RIAA and the entire recorded music industry’s worst nightmare may have just come true with the launch of Mulve.com. “Almost too good to be true,” squealed TorrentFreak. “With a huge database of songs, Mulve delivers music to users’ desktops at amazing speeds at the touch of a button with zero uploading, meaning that “getting caught” is no longer a concern.” Of course, the big question is, how long will it last?

It is no P2P thing, so users don’t have to worry about uploading, viruses, or being sued for copyright infringements that refer to P2P technology only. And since it’s free, the price is right (at least for the user). Mulve seems to be both amazingly simple to use and untrackable.

This isn’t the first free streaming service and it probably wont be the last. Grooveshark is a comparable service searching the web for music titles, then provides a number of choices for you to play.  RIAA legal team for sure is all over these services, so enjoy them while you can.

You don’t have to register for Mulve, and only need to download a 2MB zip file that includes the installer itself and a text file regarding donations.

Here’s the official video demo:

One thought on “Mulve.com / The RIAA and the entire recorded music industry’s worst nightmare + video

  1. “Too Good to be true” is right except for the fact that it “is very much true”. I’ve found some pretty darn rare tracks on this thing too which I’ve been unable to locate on even the p2p file sharing networks. This is great for tracking down individual songs/tracks but not so much for those whom want to collect entire albums at once.

    Let’s hope it lasts. I haven’t seen anything with this much of a selection since AudioGalaxy.

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