Songza – music search that rocks

Seeqpod is one of my favourite sites, providing an excellent music search service with an embedded audio and video player of tracks found. Moreover, if you are a registered user, you can create and store playlists.

Along similar lines is a site I stumbled on today called Songza, which describes itself as a music search engine and internet jukebox. The simplicity of the site is its essence, but it is both slick and stylish with a very neat user interface. The site has a built-in audio player which sits unobtrusively sits at the foot of the page.

Clicking on a search result, pops up a control allowing you to play, share, rate (quality of audio), add to playlist.

One surprise was that the link to “discography” took me into a google music search service (not a well advertised service) which brought back a raft of info on the artist. I’m surprised more people aren’t using this service but perhaps I’m not alone in having been ignorant of its’ existence.

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