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AtticTV.com – Watch Music Videos

Do you remember when MTV actually used to show music videos instead of reality shows with pseudo celebrities all around the clock? If you do, then this new site will let you relive such days. And show your younger friends what things were like in the golden days of music television. Basically, AtticTV.com is like YouTube, but only that for music videos. Nothing else can be watched on this site. AtticTV is organized in all the obvious...

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Switchcam.com – Music Videos With Fan Footage

I’ve always been allergic to the fan footagethat you come across on sites like YouTube when you’re actually looking for a song’s official video, or a popular live performance. Always have, and I fear I always will. Yet, a service like Switchcam goes some way into curing that allergy. What this site does is to bring together the footage of lots and lots of different fans that have attended the same concert, and use...

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Veenue.com – Create Music Videos With Others

The music industry can say what it wants about the effect the Internet has had on sales. Musicians have never had it this good. Never before could they connect and work with fellow artists from over the world this quickly and accurately. And things keep getting better and better all the time. Platforms like Veenue simply take the creative process were it could never have gone before. In essence, Veenue lets musicians create...

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ListnPlay.com – Search For Music Videos

Nobody would say that ListnPlay is the definitive platform for watching music videos online, but it surely offers a less cluttered experience than YouTube, and it’s free from these ads that have made VEVO one of the most reviled video portals since the dawn of time. ListnPlay takes searching and playing music videos to its most elementary level, providing users with a streamlined interface for looking clips up, and having them...

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Cull.tv – Music Video Television

Updating the concept of music television, Cull.tv stands as a way not only to watch appealing video clips but also to discover new artists and (what’s even more interesting) get in touch with them. Of course, that’s nothing surprising at a time in which social services have closed the distances that used to keep performers from their public, and one-to-one interaction with artists have become the norm. Style-wise, Cull.tv...

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