The way we listen to music is changing. For example, I'm often subjected to the latest chart hits by young musos broadcasting them from crackly phone speakers on public transport. Slightly less anti-social – actively social, in fact – is Musaic, a 'music discovery' app that launched this summer.
Like Spotify, you can tether your Musaic account to your Facebook social graph to follow popular playlist curators, share your own with friends, or even just to see what your friends are listening to. In fact, Musaic can be connected with Spotify, too, and similar services like Rdio and Soundcloud.
Right now it's still in the early stages, but it's definitely intriguing. Spotify is pretty great in terms of being a fairly social way to listen to music, but it doesn't have everything. The fact that Musaic pulls tunes from a bunch of different places is novel, and the app looks pretty nice and all.
Do you reckon you'd use it? How about your young 'uns?