audioblog

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audioblog

A blog that includes audio clips in MP3, AAC or other audio format with brief text descriptions of their content. If the audioblog is made available in a syndication format such as RSS, it is a podcast.

MP3 Blogs
Audioblogs typically contain conversation, but music audioblogs are more often called "MP3 blogs" and contain promotion tracks from major music labels as well as copyrighted and non-copyrighted works from private collections. MP3 blogs may also include dialogue and gossip about the music and musicians. See blog, podcast and vlog.
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It comes as no surprise to those who follow his Montreal-based Mp3 blog Said the Gramophone that his debut novel would look back on the origins of electronic music and render an utterly remarkable story one that truly sings.
But before long, what had been a really good MP3 blog that sometimes ran magazine stories quickly began evolving, branching into documentary video, podcasting, and weird essays.
Elbows also offers a collection of forums for music bloggers, including MP3 Blog Tips, "a place for bloggers to discuss Tools and give tips to other bloggers."
Most blogs are text, although some focus on art (artlog), photography (photoblog), sketchblog, videos (vlog), music (MP3 blog), or audio (podcasting), and are part of a much wider social media network.
Rather than being about a stroppy child from way back when, www.spoiltvictorianchild.com is an mp3 blog of all the weird and wonderful upcoming music out there.
I went to the All Things Go (ATG) mp3 blog and downloaded their workout mixtape (it's free) and has 15 tracks that are guaranteed to charge you up.
Music-specific blogs, or mp3 blogs, are where the author can make music files available for download and commentary.
I heard Going Home off a curious source not the usual gaggle of mp3 blogs that I trawl but on the The New Yorker Magazine's website.
Parallel to these new labels, a community of MP3 blogs has emerged to archive and chronicle the cassette-based microgenres of the late '80s and '90s, from perverse new age synthesizer workouts to regional hip-hop.
MP3 blogs, also known as music blogs or audioblogs, are a type of weblog that makes digital music files available for download.
The 10-disc free download is from Fluxblog, which is among the earliest mp3 blogs (born c.2002) by Matthew Perpetua, a music blogger whom you must check out if you haven't already.
Without the iPod (sorry, but all the other mp3 players that preceded it were crap), I wouldn't have witnessed the revolution of mp3 blogs or discovered new artists.