Neil Young‘s beleaguered Pono, a name that covers both his high-resolution listening device and a digital music store, has been struggling since its January 2015 launch, and most recently was taken offline this July after its provider, Omnifone, went into administration and was purchased by an unidentified buyer (7digital took over). Five months later, the high-quality audio download platform remains out of service, but Young isn’t giving up on his pet project just yet. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, Young says he’s looking into adapting the service for streaming.

Source : Billboard