Beatport, an SFX Entertainment, Inc. company and the principal online destination for the electronic music community of DJ/Producers and fans, announced it has developed a new, broad API (Application Programming Interface) that will elevate and advance all elements of Electronic Music Culture.
“Beatport’s reach and influence in the electronic music space among both DJs and fans is unparalleled”
The API provides access to the millions of electronic music tracks, mixes, and more available in the Beatport catalog, plus Beatport’s user-generated database of live dance music events. The API will evolve to include upcoming Beatport consumer features as well as key, select data and analytics which will provide a framework for developers to create new and exciting web, mobile and other apps and services.
Beatport is now seeking a few select partners to explore and collaborate on this open API. The API will extend the next-generation Beatport platform, allowing for collaboration that is consistent with the very essence of electronic music.
“Beatport represents the cutting edge of what’s breaking in the world of electronic music,” said Richard Ziade, Chief Product Officer of SFX Entertainment. “With this API, we’re expanding that platform and opening it up to partners who want to feel the pulse of this exciting space for themselves. The best way to expand the revolution that is electronic music, while maintaining the integrity and authenticity of what makes Beatport the definitive source of that music, is through this open API. We have built a robust API that will roll out over the next months as new ways to access Beatport are developed. We can’t wait to see what open access brings to fans, DJs, and producers worldwide.”
“Beatport’s reach and influence in the electronic music space among both DJs and fans is unparalleled,” added Kevin Lee, CEO & Co-founder of headphone and speaker manufacturer SOL REPUBLIC. “The ability to tap into that community and improve the music experience for companies like SOL REPUBLIC is incredibly exciting.”
Developers interested in learning more about the API and creating apps, websites, and mobile experiences around Electronic Music Culture, visit http://developers.beatport.com.