Techcrunch.com just covered TheDrop.club, what they describe as a “Digg/Reddit/Hacker News/Product Hunt for electronic dance music”
The site is Thedrop.club and “Twitch/Exec co-founder and Y Combinator partner Justin Kan told TechCrunch: “I wanted something to create a constant stream of new electronic music tracks every day”
TechCrunch.com goes on to describe the site:
“Built on open-source curation interface Telescope and the SoundCloud API, The Drop.club lets you stream through a list of the day’s most upvoted tracks submitted by other users. To add one, you just copy in a song’s SoundCloud link. You can also switch to see more recent or all-time best beats, and drill down into genres like dubstep, trap, indie/nu disco, or tropical house. A warning, though. If those genre names sound totally foreign, or you don’t enjoy industrial wub wub noises or piercing synth lasers, The Drop might be a bit Turnt Up for you.”
Its a great use of a .club domain.
I checked with the .Club registry who confirmed that the domain was registered organically and the registry was not involved at all.