Local electronic dance music site, Groovetech, has launched their redesigned website.
The new site delivers the company’s catalog, featuring 10,000 record and CD titles of underground dance music. Visitors can also listen to live broadcasts from a scrolling radio ticker featuring feeds from Groovetech’s three studios in Seattle, San Francisco and London, as well as roughly 3000 broadcast archives.
“After years of relentless change and refinement to our old website, it was time to construct a new system from the ground up that incorporates everything we’ve learned in that time,” said Jon Cunningham, co-founder and executive director of Groovetech. “Our thinking has always been to keep the site simple and let the music speak for itself.”
The site was created by Seattle-based web design firm ZAAZ.
“Groovetech and ZAAZ had the same goals in mind — to create a cleanly designed graphic interface that lets the content take center stage,” said ZAAZ designer Rolf Springer.