XTaster was founded in London in 2003 as a "street teaming" company. It coordinated activities for members around the country by supporting bands and events, providing a platform for young writers, photographers, and videographers, and working with promoters and other pro-active individuals. However, the company dissolved in 2012.
XTaster provided its members with opportunities to participate in various activities, such as interacting with their favorite bands, obtaining free concert tickets and CDs, and sampling new products. Members also had the chance to publish interviews, reviews, photos, and videos. Additionally, XTaster hosted gigs and promotional events at clubs, where attendees received freebies, and collaborated with television stations and magazines.
A web banner was displayed on their website and offered subscribers the option to link it to their own social media pages. XTaster's sister company, Motion PR, worked with Red Bull Bedroom Jam, a platform for unsigned bands at festivals across the UK. "Disco Rejects" was a club night for teenagers who enjoyed indie/rock music, offering a safe club environment where they could dance to their favorite songs.