Tag Archives: Music discovery

Music, Concerts..What’s Next..Food by Mood? – Hey Not a Bad Idea

As both a blogger, and a music software designer, I feel it is my job to research the trends that are going on in the music field, filter out the good or bad for you, my readers, and offer some things to think about.

Let’s take a look at a new start-up website in beta right now, called Turn2Live.

Turn2Live is a Mood-based Concert Search Engine. I think this is an awesome concept. The idea of filtering music by mood is becoming more and more important. It’s something that I first came across on TheSixtyOne.com. Since then, it has crept up slowly into other music networks around the web. I want to look at this new phenomenon a little closer.

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How the F**K can I find some good music??

Okay so I HAVE to touch on this subject again, just because of all of the ridiculous things I’ve been reading on different blogs about it lately.

I want to bring some of the different view-pionts to light here, and then really analyze them further to reveal the true meat and potatoes underneath it all – what really matters, and what doesn’t, and introduce a way of thinking about it that just really makes more sense. There are many misconceptions floating around right now that I feel I owe to people to clear up.

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