Websites to find music
If you are looking for music, you have come to the right place. The Internet could be considered the world’s largest music store, with virtually limitless shelf space and an inventory that will never run out. If you know where to look, you can find anything you want here. This series will guide you through the best places to go and get the music.
Step 1: What is Rollingstone.com?
Rollingstone.com is the online version of the printed magazine, but it is also much more. It is more of a complement to the magazine rather than a competitor. It is owned by Emusic.com who specializes in digital music downloads.
Step 2: Noticing the variety
The scope of music at www.rollingstone.com focuses on major acts. It has a lot of interviews and music news. The range is quite extensive, ranging from hip-hop to folk.
Step 3: Get some music
Because the site focuses on major acts, it is likely that you can find free promotional downloads from the hottest acts. In this case, Eminem is offering a free download.
Step 4: Look beyond the majors
The site also allows for smaller bands to post their music online at the site. To search, simply enter the band’s name in the search box and click the "search button".
Step 5: Get the music and pictures
After searching for the band, you will be given all the history, video, and music available for that band. In this case you can see the selection for a relatively obscure (but great) band.
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