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Monday, November 20, 2006

Musicovery Streams Mood Music

Musicovery is a slick webradio service that adjusts itself to your mood. Different tracks are streamed depending on how you move the cursor along the dark-energetic-positive-calm axes. You can also filter tracks by genre, by release date, and by popularity. In free mode, the audio quality is low, but serviceable.
Tracks are displayed in a tree structure, which makes it easy to skip from one track to another.

Overall, Musicovery makes a nice addition to the growing list of music recommendation services, offering a different way to find new music.



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