I made you a Muxtape!


Inspired by Jake and Slava, I checked out Muxtape, the newest way online to assemble and share music playlists with your friends.

It began when I read this on Jake’s blog today, a message from the creator himself:

“I’m proud to introduce Muxtape, a new way to share, discover, and listen to hand-picked music online. Starting right now you can create a muxtape and upload up to twelve songs curated by you (instead of a cold computer algorithm), then share it in a simple, elegant player as easily as giving out a link like justin.muxtape.com.”

This is a great project, really easy to use and fall in love with. And the concept alone of something so versatile, so indiscriminate is impressive – a music playlist you can share with your friends, regardless of internet browsers or platforms, without having to download anything… it’s class all the way. Looks great, works great, and full of potential… thumbs way-the-fuck up.

Click on the banner image above to visit the muxtape I’ve created is a half hour’s worth of upbeat music I’ve blogged at length about on this site. A sort of greatest hits collection from some of the bands you’ve all seen me gush about for quite some time. Hope you check it out, and kudos again to Justin for all his hard work.

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    My name is Bobby.

    I write about random things a lot. I write a lot about random things.

    I write occasionally for Smashing Magazine and the London Community News online, and weekly for Interrobang, the student voice newspaper at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.

    I've also been published by the Canadian University Press.
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