"music lives here"
|Opened||United States: July 04, 2006|
Japan: December 11, 2007
|Pricing||Variable (demand-based), à la carte|
|Platforms||Web-based, platform-independent (Microsoft Windows, Mac OS/X, or GNU/Linux)|
|Format||MPEG Layer 3 (.mp3)|
|Catalogue||10,000+ artists, 1,000,000+ songs|
|Preview||Streaming song clips (85 seconds)|
|Streaming||Previews and purchased songs|
|Trial||Free credit and REC(s) with initial signup, many songs are free|
|Protocol||HTTP, Flash, RSS|
|Availability||Worldwide for most tracks, some tracks are only available in the United States or Japan|
|Features||Demand-based pricing, DRM-free, ability for users to earn money through RECs|
|Support||Help / Feedback|
Amie Street was an indie online music store and social network service created in 2006 by Brown University seniors Elliott Breece, Elias Roman, and Joshua Boltuch, in Providence, Rhode Island. They have since graduated and moved the company to Long Island City in Queens, New York.
Their vision for Amie Street was to become "the most fun way to discover and buy music online", keep music social, and support the artists.