Do you use

July 25, 2009 at 1:10 pm 2 comments

If you’re not familiar with the website, I’d recommend checking it out. If you use your computer to play music at home, or if you use an iPod or other portable MP3 player, the site keeps track of what you listen to and builds a personal music profile for you. You can see what your friends listen to and how musically compatible you are. It’s also a great resource for getting into new bands, as they have artist profiles, a LARGE amount of full tracks that you can listen to (not 30 second samples) and videos.

I’d like to see what you guys are listening to, as I’m always looking for good new music. You can view my profile HERE. If you use the site, feel free to add me to your friends list.

** Update … I just found out that you can create groups on this site, so I made one for members of the Indie Rock Group on Meetup. By joining the group, you can easily connect with the other meetup group members and see what they’re listening to. Even better, the site will create a combined music profile for the group. That sounds pretty cool. Click HERE to view and join the group.


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  • 1. Marcus  |  July 26, 2009 at 6:05 pm

    To answer your question, no. I didn’t. But now you have given me yet another music-related method with which to waste my time on the interweb (like I really needed it, sheesh). Guess I’ll go check out some of these schnazzy features that you speak of… Building a personal music profile based on what I play at home and finding new bands are my particular favorites, by reason of being pretty neat and dangerously enticing, respectively.

  • 2. stlindierock  |  July 26, 2009 at 11:19 pm

    Yes, it is pretty neat šŸ™‚ You’d probably like to know you can also put a widget on your blog that shows your recent tracks, top artists or other choices. Check it out here …


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