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Traxsource revamped

Redesign adds Dropbox integration and more

2017 May 19     
2 Bit Thugs

Stars of the house world have been quick to sing the new site's praises

Leading online dance music retailer Traxsource has been given an overhaul, with new features including the ability to add purchased tracks to a Dropbox locker for downloading later, a feature which is sure to please DJs who spend a lot of time travelling.

Launched in 2004 by Brian Tappert and Marc Pomeroy of Soulfuric/Jazz N' Groove fame, Traxsource is today one of the leading retailers of digital downloads in the electronic music sector, with over three million tracks from some 380,000 artists now available. The new look website seeks to build upon that success by improving the user experience. As well as Dropbox integration, other new features include an expanded Charts section, a redesigned interface for the My Traxsource section, and a more responsive site UI generally.

Several A-listers of the house world have expressed their approval of the new site already. Soul Clap said: "Love the bolder design. It’s simpler and easy to use to find all that amazing house music." Defected boss Simon Dunmore said the new-look site is "far more impactful for the modern DJ, aesthetically and editorially," while Louie Vega described it as "clean and very well organized, the next step up" and Todd Terry said simply, "The new site kicks ass! Super clean and sharp, loads quick and looks great on mobile."

To check out the new-look Traxsource for yourself, click here.

 

 

 

 

Tags: Traxsource, online retail, MP3, downloads, WAV, Dropbox, Brian Tappert, Marc Pomeroy, Soulfuric, Jazz N' Groove, Louie Vega, Soul Clap, Todd Terry, Simon Dunmore, Defected