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Why Radio Stations Keep Playing The Same Song Over And Over Again

If you ever listen to AM/FM radio and wonder why all the stations play the same songs over and over, there’s actually a very simple answer. Like many things, it has to do with advertising, money and getting as many ears on your station as possible so you can deliver the former and make the latter.


Wonder.fm Introduces You To Great New Music, Chosen By Music Lovers

Web/Android/iOS: Lots of services try to predict music you’ll love with algorithms, and others have an entirely human touch, but Wonder.fm combines both in a visually good-looking way. The result is a webapp you can sit back and stream all day, and mobile apps that work anywhere. Best of all, it’s all free.


Noted.fm Lets You Follow Over 100 Music Blogs To Discover And Share Great New Tunes

Web/Android/iOS: Noted.fm (formerly called Nusiki), is already a great way to find new music, but now you can follow a ton of music blogs, from popular to niche, to discover even more. One click and you can enjoy hot tracks from the likes of Pitchfork and Fuzzy Logic — all tailored to the music you like.


Playlist A Day Sends You A Curated Spotify Playlist Every Day

Android/iPhone: Sometimes, the best way to discover new music is to dig in at random. Case in point, Playlist a Day is an app that will send you one themed playlist, every day, so you can find new stuff to listen to.


Enso For iOS Finds New Music With Swipes

iPhone: There are all kinds of ways to discover new music these days, but if you prefer a more active approach, Endo makes finding new music as easy as doing Tinder-esque swipes.


Pandify Creates Spotify Playlists From Your Pandora Likes

Pandora’s great at finding new music, and Spotify’s great at managing your music collection. Wouldn’t it be great if you could use them together? Pandify can help.


Nusiki Is A Social Stream Of Nothing But Great Music

Web/Android/iOS: New music is easy to find, but if you want to hear what people think is good, you’ll need to go somewhere they actually choose and post songs they want other people to listen to. Nusiki is a service designed just for that — for you to share the songs you love, and discover other great tracks too.


Listen To A Song Until The First Chorus Before You Write It Off

I often find myself in need of some new tunes, but who has the time to listen to everything? I’ve found one thing that works wonders for finding new music: listen to a bunch of songs through to the first chorus, then keep what you like.


MusicBox Delivers New, Free Music To Download Twice A Month

Everyone loves free music, especially when it’s completely legal and based on your music tastes. MusicBox is a new service that delivers music to your inbox twice a month. Just tell the service what you like, sit back, and wait for the tunes to arrive.


That One Song Plays A Musician's Most Popular Track

Heard the name of a musical artist and have no idea what their biggest hit is? That One Song has you covered.


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