More – Find The Lyrics To Any Song

  • June 17, 2010

Lyrics.netMany people tend to overlook the importance that lyrics actually have in music, and I think that is the consequence of the limited number of individuals who can actually come up with something worthwhile any longer. Just take a look at the talent we had during the ‘60s and ‘70s: Simon & Garfunkel, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Joni Mitchell, Pete Townshend… if I were to enumerate everybody it would take up three full reviews.

There is nothing comparable to that nowadays, and I believe that is the reason lyrics end up playing a secondary role when they should matter as much as the music.

If you have never thought about it, then this site is certainly one you should take a look at. It gathers together thousands of legally licensed song lyrics – both artists new and old are featured, and the site is very easy and comfortable to navigate since there are no annoying pop ups of any kind.

This makes finding the words that go with any song an entirely pleasant experience. And bio information and rankings are provided as well, ensuring that you will get to know the men (and women) behind the artists for sure.

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Sing Your Favorite Songs –

  • October 2, 2009

Sing Your Favorite SongsLove Song Lyrics is a good place for you to take a look at in order to find a wide range of lyrics. No matter the musical style you need to know about, this is a good way for you to search for the lyric you need.

Do you like R&B, rock and roll, blues, Rap, or any other style? If so, this will be a good opportunity for you to be able to sing them whenever you want just by getting their lyrics.

One of the best things about this blog is the fact that it is constantly updated with new long song lyrics you will certainly enjoy. Sing Your Favorite Songs

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A Blog On Hendrix –

  • September 30, 2009

A Blog On HendrixIn case you want to know more about James Hendrix this is the right blog for you to do it. As you might already know he was one of the most creative and revolutionary guitar players seen on Earth, and this blog is going to be an interesting place for all his fans to get different videos with some of his best performances.

In addition to these videos and articles about Jimmy and his imaginative style this is going to be a good place for you to see other guitar players playing Hendrix`s songs at Give this site a visit and you will not regret it. A Blog On Hendrix

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More – All The Music On The Web In The Same Spot

  • September 28, 2009

Twones.comSocial music has the enormous advantage of giving artists that otherwise would have remained unknown a splendid chance to break through to the other side. It also has the disadvantage that since so much music is available it can turn out to be almost impossible to keep track of absolutely everything.

That is where a site such as this one comes into the picture. In very general terms, it will let you know what is being played on the social web, and what is meriting the most attention there.

Of course, once you have come across a couple of songs that you like it is possible to create a playlist and share it with your friends. And in addition to finding new songs, this service is also meant to be used by the ones who are looking for services that are related to music.

Finally, a Twones gadget is available for bloggers that want to give readers a further chance to interact with their blogs.

Note that Twones is currently available only to those who have an invite code. We have one for you – use the code “killerSU” in order to get in, and see how the site can lead to a better aural experience for yourself.

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More – A Site Where Music Goes Truly Social

  • September 18, 2009

Ibox.fmUsing a microblogging platform, Ibox aims to bring users the ultimate musical experience on the World Wide Web. In general terms, it lets anybody search for songs, listen to them online, and also share them with others in a manner which is no more complicated than sending out a tweet – IE, directly and immediately.

As it was only to be expected, you can build up your music collection online and share it with friends. And you can always see what it is they are listening to and pick up new artists that way.

A characteristic touch is that you can create your own radio station easily. In practice, if you and your friends think that listening to Linkin Park is the coolest thing ever you could set up a radio that plays only their songs and indulge yourselves.

The concept of social music is an interesting one for sure. The question that I can’t stop asking myself is not whether or not it will displace physical music (it won’t because fans and collectors thrive on showing their allegiance physically) but rather what will be the single incident that will make the average user (IE, the one who is not a die hard) shift en masse from one to the other. That is, will there be a single incident? If not, it is going to be a gradual process. And a site like this one is an important milestone indeed.

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More – License Your Music

  • September 9, 2009 can be accurately termed a music licensing service for any kind of media and commercial exploitation.

Moreover, the site empowers those who are looking for free music downloads for non-commercial projects to find what they want effortlessly. And another remarkable service provided by BeatPick is that of rendering free music consultancy within 24 hours of a user placing a question.

When it comes to the actual musicians making up the roster, about 200 can already be found online. These showcase all music flavours and genres from over 40 different countries. The actual number of music tracks available is that of 5,000, and the number is growing exponentially. A streaming player is featured, of course, and it lets you listen to anything you are keen on without further ado as well saving and sharing playlists.

At the end of the day, the site clearly has what it takes to meet the needs of professionals, developing artists and students the world over. If you are looking into making a name in the industry, it is not that far fetched to say that visiting BeatPick can be a valuable first step towards achieving that aim.

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Interesting Musical Blog –

  • August 20, 2009

Interesting Musical BlogMusic, what a difficult word to conceptualize! As you might imagine it is not easy to define music, and many philosophers, musicians, and, other scientists have discussed for a long time what music is all about.

The truth is that if you like music you are going to love this blog.

Well, you should be a bit familiar with Blues and Jazz first but this might be also a good opportunity for you to learn about some of the greatest musical creations regarding these styles. Do you feel attracted to it? Give this blog a visit at and you will greatly enjoy it. Interesting Musical Blog

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More – The Music That Is Blogged About The Most

  • August 18, 2009

HypeM.comThe hype machine is a service that will let you know all about the music that is being blogged about the most.

Such a service makes sense – after all, thousands (maybe millions) of individuals blog daily about the music that they love and support.

Having a sort of centralized HUB where you can keep track of every discussion and conversation is certainly something that music adepts will cherish, if only because not having to go from one site to the other ensures no interesting conversation will be missed, not to mention the time that could be saved.

Visualization options include the ability to see what has been said in the top blogs only, as well as seeing the artists which are being blogged about the most. In addition to that, a “Zeitgeist” category gathers together the best 50 artists, albums and songs of the year.

Finally, a live radio is included for you to do more than just read what is being blogged the most about, but actually have a dose of what is cool today without having to resort to other sites. This radio streams non-stop too, so that you will be able to listen to it wherever you are, without worrying about what time it is.

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Old & New Music Releases –

  • August 12, 2009

Old & New Music ReleasesThe Locust St. blog is stationed at inkhornterm. The blog is about one of these topics that interests millions: music. In this particular case, both new artists and old artists are covered, including The White Stripes, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. The blogger brings his own insight into individual compositions as well as YouTube links, and these are always intersting to go through to say the least. Music fans are known to try and squeeze every ounce of meaning when it comes to artists like Dylan, and as such personal interpretations do never go amiss – rather, they are welcome with arms open.

On the whole, a good (and direct) way to learn about new releases while also keeping an eye wide open on what has gone before in the world of music. If that sounds like an interesting main course for you, you can fill your plate by following the link which is featured. Old & New Music Releases

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Che Sing The Cool Blog –

  • August 7, 2009

Che Sing The Cool BlogWhat is the best thing about the many music blogs that you can find online today? The answer is an easy one. They are a truly passionate source of information, kept by people who live and breathe music and who want to let everybody else know which bands touch them and why.

Most of these music blogs also have an irreverent style, which is something that to many encapsulates the concept of youth music ever since Elvis requested they left his blue suede shoes alone. This blog is a fine example of all this. It has thorough information on both mainstream and emerging artists, and all the usual aspects like new releases and future gigs is featured for you to take into account and act in consequence.

There are actually no shortage of blogs like this, but another one does not harm . especially when it is as entertaining and carefully assembled as Che Sing The Cool. Che Sing The Cool Blog

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More – Putting Your Music On The Map

  • July 23, 2009

MuzeSpot.comMuzeSpot can be termed an innovative way of mixing music with maps. That is, on this website you are able to listen to songs that play in your favorite spots such as cafes, restaurants, shops, gyms or anywhere else.

Besides, you can create your own place using a map, fill it out with different tracks and play them on the spot. The idea is that you can invite your friends and (in the end) everyone will be able to listen to these tracks, and somehow dive into the atmosphere of that particular place no matter where they really are.

The site can be used at no cost, and the interface is very straightforward. It will be hard for you to go wrong if you pay the site a visit, as the only options that are featured include “People Groups” and “Add a new place” along with a input box for locating any place that you want to immerse yourself in sonically.

I have always considered music the most direct language of all, and I also think that out of the many art forms that we can have our pick from it is arguably the most evocative one on offer. Of course, I found this site quite interesting and I am sure that if you like music as much as I do you are bound to like it as well

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More – Free Music On The Web

  • July 14, 2009

iZaRia.usThe entertainment industry has a tendency to point fingers at the Internet without thinking first whenever the word “piracy” is mentioned. Certainly, the WWW has done a lot of damage to the industry as a whole.

But it has also done a lot of good, and if I were pressed I would say it might even have done more good than evil. Just think of the endless artists that would still be unknown if they were down to “traditional” promotion channels and it is obvious that the whole debate must be put in perspective.

The emergence of solutions like iZaRia showcases the intention of punters to provide a system whereby both parties are kept reasonably happy. What aZaRia does is to let you download and share music on the web, and also find similar artists to the ones you like best. All for free, and without breaking any law.

The songs making up the iZaRia database are retrieved via different APIs, and in addition to listening to your favorite songs you can create playlists that can be shared with other music lovers all over the world. That is, the site is as social as any new endeavor must be to have a chance nowadays. Try it out and see how viable it is as a whole by yourself.

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More – LastFM & LyricWiki Mashup

  • July 8, 2009

MuzkMesh.comMashups come in all sizes and colors. This one caught my fancy recently, if only because it combines three different services that have blended pretty well together.

They are LastFM, LyricWiki and GoogleMaps.

By glancing at that list you can more or less guess what it does, and chances are you will guess right. You just supply a LastFM username to be provided with a list of the 10 last songs that were played by that person. Upon clicking on each one of the provided song titles the lyrics will be displayed for you to enjoy them, whereas a short band information is likewise provided. Note that Flickr is also part of the mashup, as you can see recent pictures with ease on the right-hand corner of the screen. For its part, GoogleMaps are employed to list forthcoming events.

This mashup offers you a sort of window into any person’s musical tastes. It is a good way to while away some idle hours, and all the information that is provided guarantees you will learn everything about any artist that crops up and whose name you didn’t even know to begin with.

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More – Play Songs & Record Them Online

  • June 30, 2009

KissTunes.comI can’t kick the aspiring musician out of me. After having tried a wide assortment of instruments in the past, I still entertain the thought of putting a few more to the task.

It comes as no surprise that I found this website endearing, even if I will be the first to concede that it is nothing groundbreaking.

Essentially, this site will let you play and record tunes using your keyboard and choosing your desired instrument from a provided drop down menu. These include electric and acoustic piano as well as acoustic guitar.

After goofing about for a while (well, OK, after struggling for about 1 hour because my ear is not that good) I managed to come up with ZZ Top’s signature riff. You don’t need to ask the name of the song. It is the one beginning with “La “ and ending with “Grange”. Enough said.

As I admitted in the first paragraph, nothing groundbreaking or defining. But a well-arranged website that provides very good and clean fun for the whole family. Check it out.

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More – Get The Meaning Of A Song

  • June 12, 2009

UnravelTheMusic.comUnravel is a new site where users can share their favorite songs with the possibility to make their comments on them through journals. In addition to this, this site gives you the chance to make new friends so you can share your similar interests.

This site was specially created with the intention to be open and friendly to people that want to learn about the many musical styles you can find on the planet. In case you want to find an accurate source where you can get a great number of songs meanings on the Internet this is a good option for you to take into consideration. One of the coolest things about this site is that you can suggest meanings for songs and vote on the meanings you think that better represent a song.

Unravel The Music is going to provide users with a variety of social features including extra song comments and ratings for meanings, in addition to user rankings and points, journals, etc. Other future features include information about featured indie artists, forums and much more.

Due to the fact that this site’s creators hate to bather you with annoying ads you will only be exposed to essential information in a cool environment. In case you need to learn more about give the site a visit and you will not regret.

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More – Listen To Your Music Wherever You Are

  • June 10, 2009

MeCanto.comYou know, as much as I like music I have never been a big fan of listening to it while I am on the move. I never had a walkman, discman or MP3 player.

To me, music is something I enjoy in my room, without any outside distractions. I am fully aware that I am part of a marked minority. Just every single music lover that I know has some sort of device for listening to his favorite tunes elsewhere. Nowadays, mobiles tend to be that device, and the solution under review right now aims to let user listen to their tunes using such devices. That is, MeCanto turns any music collection into a sort of online repository that can be accessed from anywhere – not just using cell phones, but from any desktop or location an Internet connection is available.

I admit a service like this is more than useful. While my personal tastes and preferences prevent me from using solutions such as this one, I do realize and understand the importance it can have for most music lovers out there. If you are one yourself, simply create an account for free and you will be set going in no time at all.

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More – Share Music On Twitter

  • June 2, 2009

SongTwit.comIf you love music and are fond of Twitter, this site is definitely worth a peek. As you can tell from the title of the review, it lets you share music using the ever-famed micro-blogging platform.

The nuts and bolts of the site are as follows. You pick a song by conducting a search, then you log into your Twitter account and send out the tweet. On the other hand, you can enter a URL or upload the song itself in order to share it. Supported file formats include mp3, m4a, wav, agg and acc.

As you can see, the site adheres to the simplicity and straightforwardness endemic to Twitter and Twitter apps. It is all provided free of charge, too. If you have been looking into ways of sharing music on the web, this might just as well set you going for a while and beyond that too. Simply set your browser to the provided address and see where does it stand for you.

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More – Unique Karaoke Experience

  • May 25, 2009

KaraokeParty.comDo you like singing? That is great because this solution was created for you. If you enjoy from sharing your favourite songs with your friends and from experiences the Karaoke experience you will enjoy very much the fact that this site works in a very simple way.

You just need to plug your microphone, pick your favourite song, and start singing. This is a great way to have fun.

This site gives you the chance to sing karaoke in your browser. You can practice and improve your ranking. Then you can challenge your friends and be the next karaoke champion. The only things you need to do is to plug a microphone to your computer and that is it, you are going to be ready to enjoy from a unique karaoke experience.

In case you want to save you scores in order to challenge other users and improve the way you sing, you will have to register first. In addition to this you can ask for more songs, so you can keep having fun. In case you want to upload your images as well as to make new friends this seems to be an effective place to do that. For more informaiotn abut this solution you will have to give this site a visit at

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More – A Digg For Undiscovered Music

  • May 19, 2009

Cherrypeel.comThis site can be accurately described as a Digg for undiscovered music. That is, a community site where the visitors themselves decide what songs are worth listening to by voting on submissions spanning the world over.

Users can not only vote on the tracks that are featured, but they can also create playlists in order to showcase their tastes and have quick access to any interesting find they might have come across on the site. Of course, playlists are also useful for sharing purposes.

The main objective of the site is to make unknown artists known and give users the opportunity to listen to music without corporations standing in the middle. I know many people that will find such a prospect appealing. If you are one of them, your speakers are in for a good time indeed. And if you are an emerging artist, the site might just let you reach a receptive public and start building solid bonds.

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