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Spotify in talks with Rathmines-based Irish start-up

Discussions ongoing with Soundwave

17th January, 2016
Brendan O’Driscoll, Aidan Sliney and Craig Watson, co-founders of Soundwave

Spotify, the Swedish online music streaming giant, is poised to do a deal with Irish music discovery start-up Soundwave.

The innovative Irish technology company has attracted Mark Cuban, the owner of US basketball team the Dallas Mavericks, and seen comedian Stephen Fry help launch its product.

The Rathmines-based music app was founded by Brendan O’Driscoll, his cousin Aidan Sliney and Craig Watson. The amount Spotify is prepared to invest in Soundwave is unknown, but talks...

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