Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Musgle originates from the idea of combining words Music and Google. The idea is simple yet very powerful. To see Musgle in action just type a song title, or the artist name, or both in a search bar and hit 'Enter' - you will be redirected to the Google page with relevant search results

Monday, January 28, 2008

The Indie Venue Bible

The Indie Venue Bible is a revolutionary live music venue directory that was created with the needs of the touring/live performing artist in mind. It lists over 26,000 venues and 2000 booking agents in the US and Canada


Audiobaba is a next generation music search engine that allows you to find songs by acoustic similarity. Until now, there was no easy to way to browse for new music. Audiobaba lets you tell it what kind of music you like and returns results that sound like it but are in fact different. Because deep down we just want more of the stuff we already like

Friday, January 25, 2008

LastFm frees the Music

As of today, you can play full-length tracks and entire albums for free on the Last.fm website.

Something we’ve wanted for years—for people who visit Last.fm to be able to play any track for free—is now possible. With the support of the folks behind EMI, Sony BMG, Universal and Warner—and the artists they work with—plus thousands of independent artists and labels, we’ve made the biggest legal collection of music available to play online for free, the way we believe it should be. Full-length tracks are now available in the US, UK, and Germany, and we're hard at work broadening our coverage into other countries. During this initial public beta period, each track can be played up to 3 times for free before a notice appears telling you about our upcoming subscription service. The soon-to-be announced subscription service will give you unlimited plays and some other useful things. We're also working on bringing full-length tracks to the desktop client and beyond.

Saturday, January 12, 2008


TxtTunes - Allows users to download songs as mp3s or ringtones and pay for them by charging the price to a cell phone. Users can also join an online music community and receive artist updates via text message

Thursday, January 10, 2008

New Blog: Voice of America African Music Treasures

Enjoy African music? Now you can listen to it on a VOA blog. The Voice of America has launched African Music Treasures, its first blog designed especially for African music fans around the world. Matthew Lavoie, host of VOA's popular Music Time in Africa music show, will moderate the blog featuring music from VOA's extensive and rare African music collection, music commentary, audio clips, bios of interesting musicians, and chats with online participants. "Our archive is overflowing with rare music from every country in Africa," said Lavoie. "I'm excited to share it with my fellow enthusiasts," he added

Sunday, January 06, 2008


A2IM - American Association of Independent Music is a coalition of independent labels promoting fair music trade, musicians rights, and the distribution of independently produced music on mainstream radio and television

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Free Music Zilla

Free Music Zilla - Find and download music from streams on social music sites like Pandora, Imeem, Last.fm, MySpace Music, and more. Site features a blog and forum


DanceJam - Hammer is back with this site for uploading and viewing hip hop dancing, rapping, and jamming. Users who upload the best dance videos win prizes and internet fame