With my Website of the Day series, we've discovered hundreds of sites that help us stay organized, laugh, and go green, but at the end of the day, it's music that keeps me going throughout my daily grind. Here's a sweet and simple roundup of the best websites from this year that help you keep your playlists growing.
I know there're plenty of ways for you to discover new music online — from Pandora to my new fave, CitySounds — but I'm about to add another to your bag of tricks. Called Gnoosic, this website asks you point blank what bands or artists you like, works its analyzing magic, then spits out a list of recommended artists you might fancy.
Sure, it doesn't have a fancy interface like Pandora, but it's smart — it's a self-adapting system that has compiled thousands of band names from users, then learned what people like and don't like based on its rating system. Plus, it's free and won't ask for any registration to use, so I don't know why you wouldn't give it a shot. Your ears will thank you.
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