Friday, November 19, 2010

Music Lesson

 I have about 12 different playlists on my iPod. Everything from Classical to Indie Hits, Brazilian Jazz to a Weekend Chill mix. Although I'm not one to often update my iPod, music is one of my greatest passions so discovering talented new artists is always a thrill
When I came across Museradio,  I instantly became addicted. Started by friends/experts Lilly Ladjebardi (music) and Olivia Koefer (tech), the site is filled with inspired, edgy playlists guaranteed to make any listener happy. The due pulls everything from long-lost David Bowie tracks to obscure Serbian Indie funk, so expect the unexpected. 
The free, live-streaming platform's organization is rather cognitive, prompting you to pick via desired mood, such a Gourmet Waltz (slinky tango and gypsy songs for dinner by the fire or Sunny Afternoon (best enjoyed with a refreshing cocktail on the porch). They add new playlists all the time so check back often. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.  

1 comment:

Magatha-May said...

Great recommendation - I have always used stereomood but I think I'll be giving this site a heads up more often.

Thanks for the sweet comment on my post too :)


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