Musicovery creates playlists based on user’s emotions

Tired of of hitting the next button over and over until you find the right song to fit your mood?

Musicovery.com, a music evolution, is a new trend in the free online music choice stations. This new revolutionary music station will put other stations, such as Pandora and Grooveshark to shame.

Musicovery isn’t just a music station where you suggest one artist and then the station just picks the same kind of songs over and over again; it’s more than that. This innovative music selection helps pick out the songs that you want to listen to by just clicking a color that sets with your mood at the moment and then suggests a number of different varieties of songs to match your mood.

It may sound difficult to the close-minded, but it’s really the simplest transition one could make. It might be hard for listeners to go back to the simple Pandora after learning about Musicovery. This evolution is like Facebook versus MySpace; there’s no competition.

Junior Kristen Velloza said that when it comes to a show down with Pandora and Grooveshark versus Musicovery, Musicovery wins.

“I like it better than Pandora because with Musicovery you can play music in the genre your mood is in, but with Pandora you just play a station with the same type of songs,” Velloza said. “Grooveshark is okay, but you have to know exactly what you want to hear and what you’re looking for, but with Musicovery it suggests what you will most likely want to hear.”

Junior Ashley Wimoni slightly disagrees.

“The only thing that bugs me is that it’s kind of a messy site, and I can’t figure things out easily enough, like most viewers would probably prefer,” said Wimoni.

Nevertheless, both agreed that choosing a song according to their mood was an excellent idea, as well as the variety of songs offered. In the end, it depends on the person’s preference.

“I am always on the lookout for new music and I listen to such a wide variety that Musicovery really catches and holds my attention,” Wimoni said.

Velloza agreed.

“I would recommend it to my friends if they’re in a certain mood and want to hear new music,” she said.

Musicovery is still on the rise and has not been noticed by too many people yet, but when it is, it should triumph over the other stations.

Jazzymyne Morrison can be reached at jazzmyne.morrison@student.shu.edu.

Author: Staff Writer

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