About The Site.

This is a place to find music worth listening to.

The music posted here won’t ever be restricted to one genre or style.

The author is not looking for money, attention, or even credit from you as the reader; he simply wants to show you the music he thinks deserves to be heard.

Just hit play and experience sound.


Contact  +  Submitting Music.



Mixtape Descriptions.

Sometimes posts feature small playlists of tracks that belong together to suit specific moods or occasions.

Be Still Be Quiet. Music for your moments alone. Basically, collections of softer tracks to play when you’re down and out, falling asleep, or during times of borderline silence.  Usually includes Acoustic, Piano, Indie, Folk, and Soft Rock.

Five Four Fridays. Five electronic tracks for your Friday nights. Collections of music to get you fired up and dancing. Usually includes House, Electro House, Complextro, Dubstep, Moombahton, Progressive House, Drum & Bass, and French House.

Jam To The Groove. Music that will have you bobbing your head and tapping your foot. Think songs that you can literally strut down the street to. Usually includes Electro, Electro Pop, Indie Electro, Disco Electro, Oldies, and French House.

Spotlight Saturdays. Features on one particular electronic artist or DJ set. Collections of their work that will get you off your feet and rocking out. Usually includes House, Electro House, Complextro, Dubstep, Moombahton, Progressive House, Electronic, Glitch, Drum & Bass, and French House.

Sunshine Sounds. Exactly as it sounds. Collections of music to match the weather. Usually includes Reggae, Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Indie Electro, French House, Electro, Electro Pop, and Hip Hop.

Tune In And Zone Out. This is the music that is reserved for moments of sheer serenity. Collections of tracks to play when you’re looking for a little background noise, something to lull you to sleep, or songs to play when you’re cooling down from a night out. Usually includes Ambient, Lo-Fi, Electronic, Liquid Dubstep, Progressive House.


One Response to “About”

  1. Naomi Lippett May 17, 2011 at 10:02 am #

    Like what you are doing in this space. You’re article on Luke pointed me in the direction of your site! keep up the good work! May be you would be up for being interviewed by me for my site, to find out more about why you are doing this.

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