For some time I have mentioned here in TB a website that offered the best playlist for every situation. The Playlistnow is well just that: a great aggregator playlists manually created by users. As I do not get tired of navigating through the network looking for good songs, crossed with another site that has everything to appear in your favorite browser – so if you also enjoy good music, of course.
This time my tip is Stereomood, which works along the lines of Playlistnow. The difference is more conceptual: this new online music service option – also free, it’s good to say – makes its catalog of songs based on emotions and types of humor. His creators define it as “an emotional internet radio”, a very right definition. The site’s home page already shows how things work.
You need to know English, of course. Other than that, just set what is your state of mind at the very moment that accesses this page (or state of mind that would like to achieve).Then you find the list, or you can enter it into the field of search and see if there’s anything to this mood / emotional state in Stereomood database.
The most targeted state of mind for all of us is always the relaxation, so it is not surprising that it appears in a wear position. The joy and melancholy go the same way, as calm and sadness.
After choosing a state of mind, the Stereomood already loads a page (as the screenshot above), with the right to the music player and a list of songs to come. The control functions to increase the volume or put on mute are universal, so I think it is not necessary to describe it here.
The playlist below the player is very easy to use. If you identify a song you want to hear, is simple: right-click on that song so it starts playing immediately (or nearly so, depending on your connection).
Integration with social media is something not to miss Stereomood. I give emphasis on Facebook, which allows the user to publish the song you’re listening with the right to show what the album cover. All this depends on the information on that song kept in Stereomood who are always up to date.
It is a very well done, although not espetaculoso on resources. Worth your access.
Some readers reached to comment on the Steremood the post of Playlistnow. Thanks!
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