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I continue to find it baffling that music streaming services seem to ignore ways to make the experience more social or better connect the audience to the artists. Commenting on tracks, artists, albums, or stations, publicly viewable likes/dislikes, tipping/paid subscriptions, artist streams, live group playlists (turntable fm style), active listener counts/scrobbles, etc. etc. Music streaming services feel like an *alone time* experience when that's the opposite of music's role in human nature

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