The website PureVolume was one of the first of its kind, allowing users to upload and share their music files. It was created by Unborn Media, Inc., and was the first independent music sharing website. The founders are Mitchell Pavao, Brett Woitunski, and Nate Hudson.
PureVolume is a music sharing website that helps new artists get their music heard. Each artist has their own profile page with basic information, photos, and music. Music fans can download songs, follow artists, and even chat with other users. The website has been recognized as a top social music platform by multiple publications. Signing up for an account is free.
PureVolume was founded in 2003 as a way for fans to find new and emerging artists. The goal was to give indie artists a new tool to promote their music. The artist profiles are usually free to download and can be shared with others. PureVolume listeners can also create profiles on the site and interact with the artist through the service. There is also editorial content, which gives fans a chance to learn about new music.
PureVolume had a presence at music events throughout the United States. It sponsored events such as the Vans Warped Tour and Rockstar Energy Drink’s Taste of Chaos. In addition, the brand partnered with popular brands such as Gibson and Vans. Other partners included Levis and Hot Topic.