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The Middle East - Blood Summer is a strangely slow time for tuneage–we tend to go back to the classics, to old favorites, rather than digging our fingers into the new music that’s out. I lik... alex-lately: EVERYONE SHUT UP.* THERE’S A NEW NO DOUBT SINGLE OUT TODAY. No Doubt- Settle Down We here at tune…wait, no.
Some of these websites have a community built around them, which gives fans the opportunity to interact directly with these new talents. Here is a list of 10 free sites to discover new music. TuneGlue TuneGlue is straightforward and easy to use. Put in the name of a musical artist you like in the search bar and before you know it, you’ll have a whole web of musical artists that are in one way or another, similar to the band you started with.
Spotify coming soon Thanks for visiting Spotify. To us, music is everything. Our dream is to have all the music in the world available instantly to everyone, wherever they are. But for the time being, we’re not able to launch in every country .
The IBM Glass Engine enables deep navigation of the music of Philip Glass. Personal interests, associations, and impulses guide the listener through an expanding selection of over sixty Glass works. The engine is currently compatible with MS internet Explorer 6 & 7, and Firefox 2 on Windows, and Safari and Firefox on Mac OS X.
Non-Commercial Radio Stations around North America and the World I am a firm believer in independent, non-commercial community radio. The most interesting and creative radio in North America is invariably found over on the left-hand side of the dial, those frequencies between 87 and 92 mHz that in the U.S. are reserved for educational, community and noncommercial use. No matter where you are, if you twiddle your dial over on the left, you're bound to find good, eclectic radio programming, an oasis from the vast wasteland that is commercial radio in this country. If you're hitting the road, find those stations here!