Thursday, 3 September 2015

Best Helpful Information On Finding New Music Online

In the day, one were required to just go and physically hunt for new music, either at the store or with a live show. That strategy is obsolete. Today, you can get all types of new and unusual music on the click of any mouse. The tunes store has gone out and internet based shopping is at. There are numerous websites like Beatport and Bandcamp offering downloadable content on the same price as being an audio CD. You don't have to waste valuable time and money getting to the store and you don't have to worry about your purchase getting damaged in any way. That's the advantage here. Each site has its own search engine if you are looking for something in particular, and you can browse through a number of categories such as releasedate and genre, etc.

These websites will show you albums that are related to your search in some way or other. That's another advantage of downloading music from the internet. It can be through the same artist, or it can be the identical genre, or it may be an entirely different artist and genre which happens to have the identical name (It has happened in my opinion anyway). In this particular spirit, it is possible to sit at your personal computer the complete day, just exploring each of the related albums the site throws to you. Most times, you may not find anything that will interest you, but when you do, you will feel that all the wasted hours were worth it.

Popular social networks will also be good types of new underground music. Every major artist, and therefore every small-time artist, has a Facebook page, a SoundCloud page, a YouTube page, a MySpace page, a ReverbNation page and possibly more pages than I care to know about, though Facebook and MySpace should not be taken too seriously; Facebook, because everyone is so lost in their own pseudo personal virtual lives that any music on the site usually falls on deaf ears, and; MySpace, because of the file size and format restrictions - No one wants to hear low quality MP3's when you get loss-less audio on SoundCloud.

YouTube and SoundCloud are, in my humble opinion, the most reliable sources for good, unique music simply because that's what they were designed for - media sharing. When someone logs directly into one of those sites, you can be assured that the only aim is to find music.

SoundCloud even offers you the choice of downloading right from the site. That is if the uploader has enabled downloads for his upload. Many DJ's are using this to their advantage by uploading their live sets for promotional purposes. Independent producers, also, are uploading their original music and enabling downloads, as being a sort of gift with their listeners on SoundCloud for supporting them and spreading their music. There are also 'buy' links to a few tracks according to if the uploader has inserted one or otherwise not. This may probably lead you to the favorite pay sites like Beatport or iTunes. For more information please visit

No comments:

Post a Comment