Music Blogs… why doesn’t anyone use them?

Music blogs are amazing, I mean they make Radio 1 look last century and completely out of date. I need a Dollar by Aloe Blacc was out on the blog-o-sphere two summers before it made it to the late night shows. The same can be said about the lights of the Vaccines and The Pretty Reckless.

I know there’s Spotify and Zune; iTunes with their ‘genius’ playlist app but if there is a time when you just want to open up a browser and listen to something completely different then Indieshuffle.com a great website to stumble upon. It will come up with a playlist based on an artist that you have searched for, so you’ll probably find something completely new that you will like before anyone you know has heard of it. Trend setting or what?!

If you want to download some of the music you hear on the site, it is normally on soundcloud.com which you can log on to with your Facebook account.

Lastly for the lazy bastards who can not be bothered to troll through actual blogs there is http://www.hypem.com that automatically goes through all the blogs registered to the site andĀ prioritizes music according to what you are looking for. It does not do the automatic playlist thing that Indie Shuffle does but it is great to find some new music šŸ™‚

A bit of Adele and Daft Punk are normally associated with different moods but not once have I thought it would work so well together! To sample Carlos Serrano’s remix just click play on the embedded player below.

Adele vs. Daft Punk – Something About The Fire (Carlos Serrano Mix)

http://w.soundcloud.com/player/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fapi.soundcloud.com%2Ftracks%2F38593173&show_artwork=true

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