April 11th, 2012

Episode 42: Music Grid

Musicgrid.me is a little bit different from the other music sites you’ve seen online. For one thing, they don’t alert the world every time you listen to Bryan Adams at work. Music Grid was started by Cliff Seal and Kyle Stapleton as a site that allows you to review music socially. It creates a space for you to get those trusted recommendations on albums you don’t know about from friends whose musical taste has been tested. Cliff and Kyle are Atlanta locals, but the site is starting to draw attention around the world.

Listen here or download on itunes (free)

Topics include: listening to music with the old man, albums, and high school connections

Read more about MusicGrid here on Wired or Mashable.

April 8th, 2012

This week we nerd out on music with MusicGrid

There are people who still like albums and people who still seek out music not on the radio. Who do they rely on for tips on good, new sounds? Typically friends. Now, what if you could build a network that connects those people and allows them to review music socially? What would it do for you? It would save you constant emails, for one thing. It would be easier than sorting through Pitchfork for reviewers you trust. And if that site also provided links for listening and purchase of awesome music? Then it would have to be MusicGrid.me  Tune in Wednesday to hear us talk to Cliff Seal and Kyle Stapleton, the guys who started this thing in ATL and can frequently be spotted wearing Stonerider t-shirts.

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