Less than a week after music-streaming service Grooveshark shut down, the site has been wholly reconstituted, brought back to life by an individual “connected to the original Grooveshark,” according to a BGR report.
The mystery man, who identified himself only as “Shark,” said that he saved most of the Florida-based website before it was taken down on Thursday. Now he’s put the site, which was sued by record companies in 2011, back up at a new domain: grooveshark.io.
In an email sent earlier today, Shark explained the return:
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