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Highly customizable web radio / music player that automatically plays your favorite (or similar) tracks in a dynamic playlist. Playlist can be customized by genre, period, and mood settings. Feature Overview Customize recommendation engine by genre/s (Rap, Latino, Reggae, Funk, Disco, Jazz, Rock, Electro, Pop, Rock, etc.). Restrict music to particular period (50s, 60s, 70s, 00s, etc.) and/or to ‘Hit’ or ‘non-Hit’ tunes.
Let's face it: Album leaks are wholly inevitable in the Internet Age, which is why more and more bands are finding creative ways to join 'em rather than beat 'em. One of those bands is Manchester Orchestra. It's giving fans a peek at its new album via a web-based puzzle. "It's no longer a question of 'if' the album is going to leak, it's 'when' is the album going to leak," says keyboardist and percussionist Chris Freeman. That's why many a band has found creative ways to take control of our leaky culture — either by setting up Facebook Like walls, as J-Lo did, or streaming entire albums on their websites following leaks, like The Beastie Boys . Manchester Orchestra is the latest addition to the creative release canon.
Pubblicato da Alberto DropTunes è un’applicazione che sfrutta lo spazio web on the cloud offerto da DropBox per mettere a disposizione un player musicale mp3 per ascoltare musica in streaming . Il suo funzionamento è semplicissimo. Basta accreditarsi gratuitamente via DropBox e iniziare a riprodurre la collezione degli mp3 che abbiamo caricato nel nostro spazio remoto. DropTunes, infatti, trasforma le directory contenenti musica in vere e proprie playlist da ascoltare.
The Landscape of Music This map of music shows relations between musicians/groups. Related musicians are closeby and in the same country.
The Content Exploration Series is presented by Mashable Explore , a new way to discover resources and information on your favorite Mashable topics. Mashable Explore is brought to you by the all-new, 100% reinvented 2011 Ford Explorer . Drive One. Back in the oft-mentioned "day," we only had the radio and helpful record store clerks to satiate our musical hunger pangs. Now we have the entirety of the web.
Amazon has just entered the streaming music business with the launch of Cloud Player, a music player that lets anyone upload their music to Amazon's servers and play them via the web or Android. The new Cloud Player service adds a new "Save to Amazon Cloud Drive" button for saving MP3s to the cloud, as well as an option to upload music from a hard drive to a user's Cloud Drive. Users are given 5 GB of free storage but can get 20 GB if they purchase an album through Amazon.