French music fans are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Radio Nostalge, a free music site that gave them a new way to discover new music.
Radio Nostalistes founder Jean-Marie Cordeiro founded the site in 1976, and it remains a beacon for music lovers around the world.
It still operates today, but it’s been shuttered since March.
The site’s new owner, German company Zimro, is taking the site back.
Radio and WebRadio are two of the oldest and most popular free music services, and both services provide a free service for music fans, but their platforms were designed to be used on mobile devices, so there’s no built-in player for desktop users.
That’s where Zimros newest app comes in.
The app has the exact same interface as Radio Nostalerie, but the app now has a “free music” option.
Users can download and listen to music through a browser, and ZimRo is taking that to a whole new level.
It now lets you download an entire collection of music for a monthly fee, or listen to one track for free on Spotify for a month.
The company is also making available an Android app for Android devices.
This app is called Radio Nostals Sound and you can listen to it on the Zimron app.
This sounds like an incredibly innovative concept, and one that will likely be adopted by a lot of music fans around the globe.
This isn’t the first time ZimRosters Sound has been updated to include free music in the app, but this is the first official release of the free version of the app.
It’s free, but there are a couple of restrictions.
First, the music can only be downloaded by people who are registered to the site and have a ZimRON token in their ZimRO wallet.
This means that you’ll have to register for a ZIMRO wallet before you can download any music from the app and stream it to your ZimRApts account.
Zimroid, which is a service that provides access to a large number of free online music services in the form of apps and other services, is a relatively new startup.
It has raised a total of $3.8 million in funding so far, and has raised another $2.5 million in Series A funding from German digital music company DFA.
The acquisition of Zimrotals Sound means that the company is now a part of the Zomro family, which also includes Zimram and Zomotron, and will continue to expand into other platforms.
Zomron is already a popular mobile music service, and its app has been downloaded more than 70 million times.
But the new Zimrazer app makes it easy for users to easily discover music and access the entire music catalog.
“We’re excited to offer this app for free to all of our customers,” Zimrom’s Cordeire told TechCrunch.
“It will provide users with access to more than 1.5 billion tracks in the most diverse music collection ever curated in one convenient app.
The Zomrazer Sound app brings together our passion for music, the ZIMRON token, and the freedom to play music on your mobile devices.”
The company says it will make available a “pure-play” version of Zomros Sound later this year.