Kim Dotcom’s love for music is most likely what pushed him to build Baboom, his brand new music streaming service. Baboom is yet to go live, but Dotcom was nice enough to give everyone a sneak peak at what is in store.
Dotcom says the service is a combination of Spotify and iTunes. When it comes to looks, however, the service looks a lot better, thanks to the eye-catching graphics, animations and overall look of the user interface.
It will provide music streaming, as well as artist pages complete with bio, photo and video galleries, as well as the option to download content that an artist marks as available for free.
Currently, you can get to see a little bit of the site. Since it’s not yet officially launched, there are features that are certainly hidden for now. However, it looks like it will be possible to put together libraries of selected tracks, but also to listen to random tunes (just like on Spotify).
Dotcom’s artist profile is the only one available right now. The site is also a way to get a preview to his brand new album, called “Good Times.”