The next big Internet music company that becomes a regular part of our lives — think Pandora, Grooveshark, and Spotify — may not come out of the tech hubs of Silicon Valley like Palo Alto.

It just might come out of a basement in Glastonbury.

That’s the hope for Tom Brophy, the CEO of a new company called Raditaz, which aspires to be the new name in world of Internet radio.

The company operates out of the Glastonbury basement partly because, Brophy explains, he wanted a shorter commute than he is used to (he lives with his family in Marlborough).

Raditaz currently has seven employees and is looking to grow, having just received a $150,000 grant from Connecticut Innovations, a quasi-public agency affiliated with the state’s Department of Economic and Community Development.

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