Stereoklang.se, a magazine/label/promo site run by a producer called ‘Steelberry Clones’.
Interviews with people like Alan Wilder and John Foxx but also tutorials on how to remix tracks is what Steelberry Clones is posting for you on his website. Kind of a strange website that has a bit of everything including self-promo, but what music lover doesn’t love to read about synths and interesting bands, right?
Check out Stereoklang.se here.
We have not featured a lot of dutch sites, probably because our headquarters are based in Amsterdam and sites from other countries just tend to interest us more.
Sometimes we forget that Holland also has it’s amazing sites which is why we are featuring one right now.
NSMBL, a site that is (probably) a place to be for women. Tips about fashion, outfits, a new whitening toothpaste, healthy breakfasts, your love life, new albums and you name it is what NSMBL writes about on a daily base.
Music and funny videos is however what you will be able to check out and read about via NSMBL in Shuffler.fm when you start following them. Do note that everything is written in Dutch, so you can either translate or just check out the pictures.
To follow NSMBL click here.
Provokator Berlin Prague is a website focussing on music, arts and everything culture from Prague, Czech and Berlin, Germany.
This magazine format website also has it’s own community where they talk about the latest of these subjects. Radio podcasts, interviews, exhibitions and other events is what you can find great articles and information from here. You’ll never be bored in your free-time again, this site will make sure of that.
Click to check out Provokator here.
FMAG, a magazine with neither a Facebook page or a Twitter account that posts articles about Food, Design, Art, Beauty, Music and more, but only on their own website.
When it comes to music you can find writing and music about artists such as Justin Timberlake, but also LL Cool J, Snoop Dogg and of course homegrown artists.
The in Prague based magazine only writes in Czech so if you’re interested in finding out what the articles are about, have fun translating!
Click here to follow and check out FMAG.
Todd, a guy from Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania who at some point decided to start a music site.