Imagine you are reading a music magazine, and as you flip three pages to get to a new story, the soundtrack on your stereo changes as well, corresponding with whatever you are about to read. That’s exactly how Pause, a new music magazine from Amsterdam-based music startup Shuffler.fm works – except without the paper, because Pause magazine is an iPad app.
Shuffler.fm is slated to launch the first edition of Pause Tuesday, and Shuffler.fm Cofounder Tim Heineke told me that he wants to turn Pause into a quarterly iPad magazine, combining the best music writing on the web with the best tracks and music videos. To to so, Shuffle has teamed up with magazines and websites like Pitchfork, Fader, Fact, XLR8R, DUMMY and others.
The result is a in interesting mix of stories about a second hand record shop in Berlin, Drake, Four Tet and the economy of EDM . Issue number…
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