Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Where to stream a personal playlist


You might think that the world doesn’t been another music streaming service, but you probably also haven’t checked out MusicHeed. It’s a new cloud-based service that lets users create their own library of songs and create personal playlists.

And it specializes in new music by artists you may not have discovered. New releases featured recently on the MusicHeed front page included songs by Dylan Scott, Band of Horses, The Interrupters and Shura.

MusicHeed's The Top 50 list includes more familiar names like Drake, Ellie Goulding, Bruno Mars and Adele. MusicHeed also has songs classic artists like The Who, Van Halen and Aerosmith.

The service does not ask for a credit card when you register and there are no ads or pop-ups. It’s cloud-based, so your music is available anywhere through a desktop browser. Chrome users can install the MusicHeed plugin and mobile users can log in using Firefox for Android.

For a closer look, click to the MusicHeed website where you can play some tunes even if you don’t have an account.


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