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Liveplasma music, movies, search engine and discovery engine

Liveplasma music, movies, search engine and discovery engine
Welcome to MusicPlasma.com the original visual music mapping tool. Music Plasma is a visual search service that allows music lovers to discover new bands and artists that are closely related to their favorites. Our graphic interface lets you visualize how the groups are fused together. Just enter your favorite musical artist in the search bar below. A circle will appear on the music map. Click on it and chose expand to explore.

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