By far the biggest challenge facing music lovers right now is the rising cost of music, as the cost of a single song has risen dramatically in the past decade.
However, one group is looking to reverse the trend and provide free sleep to those who aren’t so fortunate.
The New York City-based SoundClouds Music Camp, which launched last month, promises to provide a “digital-only, 24/7, 24-hour community” to those unable to afford a music subscription.
SoundCloud offers a free membership for music lovers, but it requires users to purchase their own music.
The company is also looking to expand to more services such as Spotify, and offers a $15 monthly fee to anyone who uses the service.
Music Camp is now available in New York, and will be available across the US later this month.
It currently has around 10,000 subscribers and currently charges $3.99 a month.
The Camp will be rolled out globally this year, with a plan to eventually launch a UK version.
Music camps have been around for years, but the US is a huge market for them, and SoundCloud is aiming to change that with a program that will allow those who cannot afford a subscription to stay up-to-date with the best music.
Soundclouds founder and CEO Ryan Kwon said he was inspired by the success of music festivals, where attendees can buy music, play music, and meet new people.
“There’s something really cool about being able to connect with people in a way that doesn’t feel like a physical place.
And that’s what we want to do,” he said.”
Music is really the glue of a digital experience, so we want that to continue to exist in a more tangible way.”
The Camp will allow users to buy music through the app, while the Camp’s membership will allow the user to stay connected to the music they are listening to.
In return, SoundCloud has a subscription fee of $15 a month, with the first 10 users who subscribe to the service receiving an automatic 30% discount.
SoundCamp’s main purpose is to provide the music community with a place to connect, with all proceeds going to charity.
SoundClouds music camp will be launching in New England, and a similar program is also being rolled out in South America.
It’s hoped that the Camps’ model will also extend to other areas of the world, such as Africa and Latin America.