Posts Tagged ‘music’

What Really Happened to Grooveshark

why grooveshark failed

Story of the failure of probably the most popular free music streaming service of its time.

Why Grooveshark Failed

It’s a Jimi Thing

Music FAILS: Have You Ever Been?


Comic on the state of the music industry

You can view the full comic here: The state of the music industry

Free Music ! $2 MP3 Credit at Amazon


Through 7/1/2012 via RetailMeNot. Sadly, U.S. only.

How to find lost of free music online

Check this guide on how to listen to free music online: The Complete Guide To Listening Unlimited Free Music Online

Infographic: The Major Players in the Online Music Landscape

Source: Dance on Demand: A Look at the Modern Social Music Revolution

Simultaneously Search Various Music Sites


A site to simultaneously search sites like Spotify, Grooveshark etc.


After Eric Clapton and Duane Allman met, R&R would never be the same



“A group date in Miami, in August 1970 gave Duane Allman the chance to participate in Eric Clapton’s Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs. Clapton had long wanted to meet Allman; when he heard that the Allman Brothers were due to play in Miami, where he had just started work on Layla with producer Tom Dowd, he insisted on going to see their concert, where he met Allman. After the show the two bands—the Allman Brothers Band and Derek and the Dominos—returned to Criteria, where Allman and Clapton quickly formed a deep rapport during an all-night jam session. At one point, Allman cautiously asked Clapton if he could come by the studio to watch. Clapton refused, telling Allman to bring his guitar because, “you got to play.” Allman wound up participating on most of the album’s tracks, contributing some of his best-known work. Allman never left the Allman Brothers Band, though, despite being offered a permanent position with Clapton. Allman never toured with Derek and the Dominos, but he did make three appearances with them on December 1, 1970 at the Curtis Hixon Hall (“Soulmates” LP) and the following day at Onondaga County War Memorial, and one appearance {exact date in 1970 uncertain} at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Calif…”

Two legends meet and soon thereafter some of the best music ever made is recorded.

Flashback ! Fantastic Pink Floyd Documentary

The Director’s Cut of Pink Floyd’s 1972 visit to Pompeii is 40 years old and timeless.

Watch on YouTube

Creating Cool Music Beats Made Easy


Use these online tools to effectively make music beats.

4 Best Online Music Beat Making Tools

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