Moodagent has mood swing, shuts local office
The music streaming service, Moodagent, which picks music based on listener moods, has had a mood swing and suddenly shut down its Australian office, according to The Music Network.
Moodagent opened their Australian office in May last year and today shared a cryptic explanation of why music is no longer playing on their service.
In the post on Linkedin, the service said, “We’ve pressed pause.”
The post continues to say they are under what is known in Denmark as, “reconstruction.”
“You may have noticed that the music’s no longer playing on Moodagent. Our passion for music discovery is still on full blast, but we’ve turned down the user-facing aspects of our operations. In technical terms, Moodagent is under what in Denmark is known as ‘reconstruction’,” the post read.
“In practical terms, we’re scaling down and refocusing our resources so we can soon again offer uniquely personalized music streaming – brought to you through partners and brands you already know and love.”
Moodagent recently announced a partnership with The Hurricanes rugby team in March before the recent developments.