Spotify and Zebralution team up to boost indie offering

Zebralution signs with SpotifyWe’re really happy to let you know that we’ve signed a deal with Zebralution to to add their great catalogue of music to Spotify. Zebralution is one of the world’s leading digital distributors of independent music and this will allow us to add more than 120,000 new tracks to continuously growing library. Some of the artists that Zebralution distributes include Booka Shade, Miss Kittin & The Hacker, Mousse T, Lacuna Coil, Katie Melua. This deal brings onboard a lot good labels such as Ministry of Sound, Century Media, Get Physical, Superstar, Pavement, and Peppermint Jam.

While we’re really excited to announce this today perhaps the most exciting part is that there is no need to wait for Zebralution’s music to appear on Spotify. Today’s music update included the first delivery from them with thousand of new tracks, enjoy!

Spotify music catalogue updated with 127,578 new tracks

Today’s update is most likely the biggest update we’ve had since we launched last year. We’ve added 11,280 albums and singles to our catalogue, in total 127,578 new tracks are now available.

So much new stuff I don’t even know where to begin. The vast majority of the new content comes from labels that are signed with Zebralution. Also part of today’s new releases is The Spinning Top by Graham Coxon. The latest album from Junior Boys, Begone Dull Care, is now available for listening. And finally a new single from Petter, Slag under bältet, a big thanks to Petter for sending that to us.

For a full listing of today’s additions please have a look at the Google Docs. The update was so big that I had to split it into two in order to make it fit, one which is sorted by artist and the other which is sorted by label. As with every update not all albums listed may be available in your country and some tracks previously available may no longer be playable due to regional restrictions.