Found this interesting site, Gruvr. A site where you can track all your favorite bands at Google Maps. Gruvr is a local based concert tracker. By the time i’m at Kuta Bali, i couldn’t find any registered band at Gruvr. So i tried to track Foo Fighters concert (which no way they would come to Bali in a near future), as an example on how this site works.
If you’re a hiphop fans, then i think you should check this site reviewed by KillerStartups:
StreetCred is a new hip hop centered social network which already has been endorsed by the likes of Snoop Dogg, Common, and T.I. Partnerships with Warner Music and Sony are in the works to provide the network with music videos and interviews.
Got Killswitch Engage video from Warner Music’s latest video playing site – Play Music Videos. It’s easier to have site like You Tube so you can freely watch music videos, embed it on your site and share it with people, but if you are a big fan of Warner Music’s artists, which include many high profile rockers, this site is worth to look.
Hey this is a cool site, Scoutr.
Taken from their site:
This site is an online A&R portal where you can send us your own demos and also check out your competition by listening to the tracks others have sent in. Also on this site, your music goes straight to the ears of our A&R execs and scouts. If they like what they hear they’ll be able to contact you directly and take things to the next level.
If you have your favorite songs, internet collection, then maybe you should try a site like MusicPlayer.com. Has just arrived in my news aggregator: KillerStartups found another killer music startup site, MusicPlayer.fm.
Bnet has lists of Overrated and Underrated business books. I agree on the following:
No. 10. Completely agree. I can’t remember that i can learn anything by reading books from Robert T. Kiyosaki.
Another killer startup discovery is Music Arsenal:
The Web 2.0 phenomenon has witnessed the development of a good number of apps to help the struggling musician gain ground, but what about the label manager, or the music execs? What with the industry up in arms about DRM and artistic values, these folks aren’t given much slack. But it ain’t easy being an industry type either. Music Arsenal, however, has come up with just the thing to help label managers keep their company together.
KillerStartups found another cool start up company, Big Cartel. The description was:
If you are an artist attempting to market your product, you’re probably familiar with the frustrations of trying to create your own store online. Big Cartel.com offers a easy way of getting your store up and running without a lot of the hassles that other shopping cart sites present. The site was founded on the assumption that these bigger sites are too complicated for anyone besides larger businesses who have the time and resources available to set up an online store.
To be honest, i don’t really understand how Musigi works. I just have the feeling that this site is fun. Well the only way to prove it is to understand how it works.
Anyway here’s the preview on what they offer for music jammers all around the world: