Posts filed under ‘Music’

Songza – Listen to any song instantly!

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This is SO cool – just type in the title of a song, the artist, a combination and you’ll get a list of options that you can immediately listen to it, rate it, etc. An online jukebox…

Songza online jukebox

What was the first song you looked for? With me it was Summer Love from Justin, again a really cool song from him. I used to not really like him but he’s really grown into an innovative music maker. Or maybe I’m just turning poppy 🙂

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November 13, 2007 at 5:01 pm 2 comments

Undercover lover *updated*

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My favorite song for the moment – I find myself humming it all the time lately. Can’t find any original version though, does anyone know?

I found the guitar tabs! Click here for the chords and here for the picking part (If you start at the fifth fret you get the string notes as they are on the ukelele these guys are playing). Make sure you post your recordings of the song to the comments!

October 3, 2007 at 1:47 pm Leave a comment

Chocolate Rain

This is undoubtedly the video of the summer – been watched millions of times and spoofed just as many times. Here is the original:

September 2, 2007 at 1:26 pm 2 comments

Did you know 2.0 – Shift Happens

A new presentation about how the internet changes our world.

July 19, 2007 at 8:17 am Leave a comment

Musicovery: play your mood

Fond of new music but don’t feel like logging in anywhere or looking for certain artists? How about Musicovery as an alternative: either pick a point somewhere between dark and positive, energetic and calm, or just choose a genre, and watch linked bubbles appear with different artists corresponding to your mood. From every song you can go and link to other musical atmospheres.

I liked this better than, say, Last.fm because I get to listen quicker and with less hassles, and I can change moods in a second – which is mostly the way I listen to music: mood-driven. I don’t know how expansive their library is though, or whether they are still expanding it. I also like the layout and the fact that it’s really simple – although that can quickly change if the service were to become popular.

Musicovery organic music finder

July 18, 2007 at 8:32 am 2 comments

TUN3R: Web 2.0 Internet Radio Search

Tun3ris an interesting new concept for internet radio listening.

It contains a big grid containing top-rated internet radio stations. By dragging the needle around, you can hear audio samples streamed from stations, as well as browse through the broadcaster’s recent playlist. The index includes 1,400 stations covering over 40 languages and 25 different musical genres. You can also search stations’ playlists for artists and songs you’re interested in hearing.

There is definitely something about the layout and the way it works. The database is extensive and the ability to view playlists as well as sample audio refines the internet radio search experience. Definitely a site that’s worth visiting if you’re searching for an online radio station.

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July 14, 2007 at 6:12 pm 1 comment

Flight of the Conchords

A New Zealand duo that do ‘folk parody’ of well-known songs and also make their own. It’s hard to select but here are a few:


Introduced to me by Xeni at Boing Boing.

July 3, 2007 at 12:53 pm 2 comments

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