Hottest Digital Music Sites

Wired listens up so you don't have to
By Victoria Floethe,  Newser User
Posted Jul 9, 2008 12:22 PM CDT
Steven Nowack speaks at the launch of the Internet site in conjunction with SOS Records in New York, Tuesday, May 6 , 2008. Nowack president and founder of SOS Records, says...   (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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(Newser) – The Wired Listening Post blog names its favorite digital music websites based on how they benefit music fans, as well as their impact on the industry.

  1. Imeem: for music embedding
  2. IVideoSongs: for guitar lessons
  3. Omnifone: unlimited access on the go
  4. Mog: for music blogs
  5. Muxtape: create MP3 mix "tapes" in minutes

  1. RCRD LBL: free music
  2. SeeqPod: scours the net for MP3s
  3. Sellaband/SlicethePie: invest in bands
  4. TuneCore: distribute your songs to iTunes, Amazon, and the like for low fees
  5. YouTube: "the best on-demand music service in the world"