The Hype Machine (kurz: Hypem) – Urgestein der Netzmusik und Alternativen

The Hype Machine

Hypem ist inzwischen eine Art Urgestein der Netzmusikszene. Seit 2005/2006 ist der Bolgaggregator unterwegs. Im Vergleich zu last.fm oder pandora.com noch immer ein Leichtgewicht, besticht Hypem vor allem durch die Aktualität der veröffentlichten Tracks, seine unkomplizierte Handhabung und Übersichtlichkeit. Einfach plug & play – so wie man sich ein Internetradio vorstellt. Doch welche Alternativen gibt es noch zum Mainstreammusikradio à la last.fm?

  1. shuffler – der Stylo-Aggregator: “Shuffler aggregates music from around the web by genre… We aggregate music posted on a (more or less) curated list of blogs…  So you will always get the freshest new hip song first. We try to do some magic to make the channels more interesting: We avoid to play the same song twice and we always go to a new blog…” (Quelle: shuffler.fm)
  2. Percussion Lab – DJ Sets fürs Wohnzimmer: “Percussion Lab is a collective of like-minded artists, DJs, record labels and selectors. Since 2002 we’ve been curating an exclusive collection of live and DJ sets from our favorite artists, DJs and record labels which we hope will give you a taste of the Percussion Lab community.” (Quelle: percussionlab.com)
  3. gorilla vs. bear – das Experiment (Musikblog & Netzradio): “Gorilla vs. Bear is a Texas-based music blog. Once called “the New Yorker of hipster blogs,” we blog about relevant artists of the day, with no particular genre-specific focus.” (Quelle: gorillavsbear.net)
  4. New Mixes – ohne Schnörkel zum Live-Mix: “new mixes dot com – legal mp3 live sets and radio dj mix download” (Quelle: newmixes.com)
  5. Grooveshark – das (ewige) Start-up: “Grooveshark was incepted in 2006 with the sole mission of providing a digital music environment to help bridge the growing gaps between artists, consumers, and those in between who distribute, market, and promote music.” (Quelle: grooveshark.com)
  6. thesixtyone – echt Indie: “We’re named after Highway 61, a U.S. route that runs along the Mississippi River and marks the origin of American music culture. Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan and B.B. King rode the 61. Elvis grew up in the housing projects along it. Highway 61 was the road by which people left their homes to take their music to the world. ” (Quelle: thesixtyone.com)
  7. Jango – looks like a copycat:”Launched in November 2007 and based in New York City, Jango is a social music service that lets you create and share custom radio stations. It’s the easy way to play the music you want online, legally and free.” (Quelle: jango.com)
  8. deezer – der Versuch einer Community: “Deezer, c’est tout d’abord l’histoire d’un site « réinventeur » de musique, derrière lequel se cache son jeune fondateur Daniel Marhely qui créé en 2006 Blogmusik.” (Quelle: deezer.com)
  9. Soundcloudder Praktiker: “SoundCloud is an audio platform that enables anyone to upload, record, promote and share their originally-created sounds across the internet, in a simple, accessible and feature-rich way.” (Quelle: soundcloud.com)
  10. spotifiy – der alte Schwede: “Any track you like, any time you like. Just search for it in Spotify, then play it. Any artist, any album, any genre – all available instantly.”

Percussion Lab is a collective of like-minded artists, DJs, record labels and selectors. Since 2002 we’ve been curating an exclusive collection of live and DJ sets from our favorite artists, DJs and record labels which we hope will give you a taste of the Percussion Lab community.

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1 comment so far ↓

#1 Icke on 02.10.11 at 11:21

Mehr Quellen zur “freien” Musik!

http://mashable.com/2011/02/06/free-legal-music/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Mashable+%28Mashable%29

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