After it powered more than 3.3m 'listening sessions'.
Soundrop is one of many apps that runs on music streaming service Spotify. Today, the firm annouces $3 milllion funding from Northzone – lead Spotify investor – which will secure Northzone partner Torleif Ahlsand a seat on the board.
The Soundrop service allows users to design 'listening hangouts/sessions', where fans gather to collectively listen to their favourite songs in 'rooms'.
And as of May, platform users had held more than 3.3 million sessions, opened 7,000 rooms and played nearly 60 million songs.
The service also has official rooms for artists – in addition to the fan-made ones – with launches for One Direction, Iron Maiden and Kelly Clarkson.
Inge Sandvik, CEO & co-founder, Soundrop, said: "Social applications will transform the way we experience music on our laptops, on our phones, at a concert or at a bar.
"Soundrop is already making it easier to discover, experience and share music with your friends. Now we're pleased to accelerate our growth with Northzone’s support."