Great Music Recommendation Sources
Last Post 03 Aug 2012 09:08 PM by busteam. 1 Replies.
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19 Oct 2010 09:36 PM

    Do you like to discover new music? Sure you do, we all do. Nobody knows how long you can still go on with the same old playlists, and there’s new exciting stuff out there every day.

    The internet has had some significant development in the area of music reccomendation services – with the advent of social media and Web 2.0, it’s never been easier or more fun. Here are 17 places I like to hunt for new music.

    1. iTunes Store “Just For You”

    Yes, I buy my music legally off iTunes. And iTunes has a great “Just For You” box that shows music you might like based on what you’ve bought. Probably the most costly way to get precise recommendations, but always worth a look.

    2. MusicIP Playground is not only our revered and dearly beloved sponsor, but also has a nice feature called “Playground”, that let’s you explore albums in a cloud style and see related albums. Not all tracks found are playable, but it’s still a nice doodle to explore.

    3. 52 Bands

    52 Bands is a b5media Music blog that presents a new upcoming artist every week and follows them for 7 days. Brilliant idea, and a good way to get the recommendations at a gentle pace, calmly intr

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    03 Aug 2012 09:08 PM
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