Critical metrics


Today a friend pointed me to a collaborative music site Critical metrics that collects the recommendations and favourite songs of artists, DJs, music tv networks, newspapers, magazines, retailers and bloggers. In otherwords it represents all media types and is open to all angles of opinion. It is easy to click and listen to music and read the reviews. Part of my afternoon’s procrastination has been listening to 100 songs we love’ with the likes of Joan as a police woman, Peter Bjorn and John, The Long Blondes, Nick Drake, Rodriguez. This just might be the perfect late afternoon pickup for some of you.


3 Responses to “Critical metrics”

  1. 1 John April 30, 2007 at 8:10 am

    Its a definite late afternoon pickup! I think I’ll switch from my regular stream ( to this for a while. Cheers!

  2. 2 Duane May 1, 2007 at 7:58 pm

    There are lots of sites like this starting to show up. is another one that has some pretty cool indie tunes on it. Some of these were created asynchronously by musicians from different countries.

    What is cool is that these sites will turn the tide of the recording industry and make the peoples voice louder when it comes to seeking out artists with talent rather than artists being pushed upon the masses.


  3. 3 belle80 May 1, 2007 at 10:22 pm

    Thats great thanks for the link Duane, I’ll enjoy listening and looking through this one. I agree – sites like this one definitely promote talented artists and not mass media hypes

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