Otomata 16 Jul 2011 Click on the grid below to add cells, click on cells to change their direction, and press play to listen to your music. Update: Click here to get Otomata for your iPhone / iPod / iPad! Official facebook page: Also this reddit page has many examples: And there is a subreddit for Otomata:
Sound Matrix The Sound Matrix was a clever bit of flash that was mailed to me some time back. I later discovered that the file was originally composed by Andre Michelle. As per original instructions “Press SPACE key to clear. Right-Click for Copy & Paste to your blog, happy days, good time, comment if you LIKE!”. Add This to Your Site : Copy This Code
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Top 10 Songs You Can Listen To On Repeat We’ll preface this by saying that if not biased, this is a very personalized list. Even if you don’t agree with the choices, odds are you have certain songs you can listen to over and over. If you don’t like the ones here, please feel free to leave your favorite tune you never tire of in the comments below. Here are our top ten songs we never get tired of: 10. NOISEY Hamilton Leithauser Ventures New with 'Black Hours' The Walkmen frontman carries his past with him on his solo project. DJ Technics and DJ Ayres Discuss the Past and Future of Baltimore Club Bmore's dance legacy, discussed. Get Your Sticks Out and Check Out The Percussive New Video by Man Forever Man Forever - The Clear Realization from Thrill Jockey Records on Vimeo. You may know Kid Millions as the percussionist behind experimental mainstays Oneida, but his solo project Man Forever Coachella 2014 The Hottest Alt-Bros at Coachella "Wait, is your cum gluten-free?"
The Top 100 Seventies Singles presents ere's the inside story -- along with links to midis, lyrics and videos -- on the Top 100 singles of the Seventies. Songs we listened to on AM radios at home... in cars... at the beach. From unforgettable masterpieces by major superstars (Marvin Gaye's "Let's Get It On") to definitive singles by forgotten greats (Jim Croce's "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown") to fun, quirky novelties by one-hit wonders (Terry Jacks' "Seasons In The Sun"), these 100 most popular songs of the Seventies are a fascinating combination of the sublime and the ridiculous. P.S. - After perusing this list, don't forget to check out our 100 Additional Seventies Singles section for more reviews of great Seventies singles! PLEASE NOTE: All songs presented in "The Top 100 Seventies Singles" are available for purchase on compact disc or digital download.
Playlist - The Perfect House Party Playlist: Pre-Drunk Rock To Hip Hop The name pretty much says it all. If you have a house party, this is perfect. You start the list around 9-10ish before people get any spirits in them and the party is bustling. The Music transitions from rock and music you can talk behind quickly to more energetic classic and modern rock.
100 Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music UPDATE 12/10/13: We’ve released a follow-up to this post with 100 More Ways to Discover and Enjoy Music. Prepare yourself for another dose of Monday roundup madness! It’s time for another crazily comprehensive, yet carefully curated, look at an entire industry–the music industry to be specific. This if the first in a two-part series on the music industry which will conclude next week. This week’s focus is on the consumer side of music. Below you’ll find the best resources for music fans including ways to discover new tunes, the best tools and services for creating a perfect music listening experience, tons of concert and live show resources, many ways to enhance Spotify, social tools for getting down with your friends, iPhone and Android music apps, music locker (cloud) services and finally some miscellaneous resources that you’re bound to love.
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