Beyond YouTube: Mapping Music on the Internet
Descriptions and Links
> Album Covers
> Song Covers
> Children’s Music and Parental Guides
> Downloading, Streaming, Playlists
> Finding Live Music
> Folk, Acoustic, Americana
> Halls of Fame and Museums
> History Timelines and other Deeper Dives
> Instruments and Resources for Musicians
> Internet Radio
> Lyrics and Song Interpretations
> Maps and Recommendation Engines
> Mastering Remastering
> Miscellaneous Sites Including Indie, Girl Groups, EDM, Trap, Pop
> Music Archives
> Music News and Commentary
> Odd and Unique Sites
> Online Music Communities
> Organizing Music Libraries
> Rating Music
> Regional Sites
> Television, Podcast, Movies and Performance Sites
> Video Sites
Opinion: Descriptions and Links
Were you there? Do you love a band enough to care about what songs they played at a concert you did not attend? Regardless, many of these lists are quite interesting.
Playlist Research is working on creating an archive of playlists from every genre. We’ve entered an age in which the album has been replaced by the playlist as people program their own music for business and pleasure. The above genres represent pages that have useful musical information and sample playlists.
Setlist.com has no “about page” but the site does say that it has more than 128,000 shows listed
Some of the things you can do at Setlisting:
–See the setlist (which songs were played) at previous concerts and easily browse any artists entire concert history.
–Dive into detailed statistics on artists, songs and concerts.
–Track your own concert history and get your own personalized statistics.
–Contribute by adding your own experiences, reviews, concert posters and more.
Setify is a web app and Chrome Extension for converting gig setlists to Spotify and Apple Music playlists. It’s great for reminiscing over previously attended concerts or for preparing for an upcoming show.