A brand new music community called Loudcrowd has been created for those who wish to engage themselves in music and explore their own ideas through the use of online music games.  Made especially for people who are interested in all aspects of djing, dancing, performing and rocking out, Loudcrowd lets users play freely together within a streaming library of indie rock, dance and electro artists.

Reminiscent of the Grand Theft Auto video game series, Loudcrowd is a flash-based website with a shared soundtrack, where registered users create social networking profiles and customized cartoonish male and female avatars that play music-related games to eventually win over the djing influence of dictating what they want and wish for other members  and visitors to hear.

Aimed at teenage and twenty-something music fans, Loudcrowd opens up the world of new music and consistently features groundbreaking groups through the site like Friendly Fires, Justice, Phoenix, Santigold, and The Twelves.  It’s the main goal of the games to discover, engage and intensely listen to constantly wonderful sounds, and possibly makes a consumer end up wanting to buy the artists’ albums through the great use of Itunes or Amazon.  All in all, Loudcrowd is not only resourceful for the listener but lucrative for also the musicians as well as the record labels involved.

About The Author

“One glimpse is all it takes to tell you that Music Is Art is something special. You can start by judging this blog by its cover—it’s one of the best-designed, most aesthetically aware music blogs around—but there’s much more to it than just a pretty template. For one, Danielle, the “dreamer/designer” behind MIA, focuses not only on excellent music, but on art, photography and writing and how they all intersect and inform the music. By sharing the sounds and sights that inspire her, she’s inspiring a growing number of readers on a daily basis. By documenting artists’ creative processes, she’s, in the process, creating a pretty substantial, always-evolving work of art herself.” - Nerd Litter

Related Posts