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most people here seem to have an mp3.com or peoplesound.com etc. account with their music on it, but does anyone here actually go to these sites to listen to new music? I ask this because i forgot to bring CDs into work for the last couple of days so ive been listening to lots of stuff from these sites and well...i'm yet to find a single thing that i really liked. does anyone else find this?
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I've found quite a bit of good music on MP3.com and I've bought a couple of CDs from their as well. Sure, there's tons that I don't like but that's true of the radio and my local record store too.
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These aren't exactly MP3's but... If you have a fast connection, check out the streaming music videos, played on demand, for free, here: [url=http://www.sputnik7.com]Sputnik7[/url] They have hundreds of electronic, indie rock and hip-hop music videos that fall mainly outside of the mainstream. They also have short films and anime. Very cool stuff. My roommate practically runs the whole damn site - he writes all of the content and selects the music. It's not rinky-dink, however: it won the Webby award for Best Music Site on the Internet two years ago. (I'm not spamming you, by the way. My roommate won't make any more money if you visit the site. He's salaried. And he's quitting his job next month.)
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[quote]Originally posted by eljefe: [b]These aren't exactly MP3's but... If you have a fast connection, check out the streaming music videos, played on demand, for free, here: [url=http://www.sputnik7.com]Sputnik7[/url] They have hundreds of electronic, indie rock and hip-hop music videos that fall mainly outside of the mainstream. They also have short films and anime. Very cool stuff. My roommate practically runs the whole damn site - he writes all of the content and selects the music. It's not rinky-dink, however: it won the Webby award for Best Music Site on the Internet two years ago. (I'm not spamming you, by the way. My roommate won't make any more money if you visit the site. He's salaried. And he's quitting his job next month.)[/b][/quote]cool, its dead at the moment but ill give it a look later (and when my boss isnt sitting near me!) thanks
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I go to sonicfish.com to check out stuff too. Every now and then a good one pops up, like the concert from Living Colour from spring of 2001 from Galaxy Theater in Santa Rosa (?) CA. That concert kicked major ass! Sure, I like the new bands too, but I'm fairly sure some of them were influenced by LC to some degree. :)
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I recommended [url=http://www.sputnik7.com]www.sputnik7.com[/url] in this thread. If you haven't visited it yet, and if it remotely interests you, I recommend doing it soon. It's gonna get shut down soon. If it hasn't been shut down already. My roommate - who basically runs the site - just got laid off, along with half of Palm Pictures, which owns the site, along several film & record label imprints. More ominous rumblings in the industry...
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