1. Now that’s a Grooveshark fan! The father of our very own Alex, doing a handstand for the shark.

    Now that’s a Grooveshark fan! The father of our very own Alex, doing a handstand for the shark.

  2. A few weeks ago we talked about the awesome site Grooveshark Playlists, that posts very diverse playlists more than every day. Not only does it help us all find new music, but you can even submit a playlist you put together to get featured.

    Recently I discovered that some of our friends over at reddit have made an entire section dedicated to posting and discussing groups of tunes on Grooveshark. The subreddit Grooveshark Playlists doesn’t quite get the same amount of action that my favorite Tumblr does, but it’s still pretty cool—and if you’re a reddit user (like me), it’s doublecool.


  3. Since the addition of Community Feeds to Grooveshark, I’ve been finding more music than ever—all from my friends.  On top of that, checking out the Recently Active tab lets you see a feed of all sorts of different users interacting with Grooveshark.

    The only problem? Nobody has a profile pic!  So go to Grooveshark (logged in), and check out your Settings, where you can add a spiffy, nice picture of yourself! Pretty please!


  4. I’ve only been blogging here for a quick few months, and have enjoyed every bit of it. You guys are awesome, and I’m excited to keep going on Tumblr.

    But what I want to know is who you like following, in honor of Tumblr Tuesday! Any awesome bands, companies, music blogs, or anything else you love and think Grooveshark would get along with? Leave a link and help Grooveshark get into the community!


  5. From our badass friend down-under Christian Craik come these two awesome new Grooveshark backgrounds.

    And another nifty one:

    Pretty awesome! All sizes: Background 1 and Background 2.


  6. Two unrelated thing! Awesome guy Mikkin is wondering if anyone has any great playlists of Bollywood music. Can anyone help him out? Post one! Make one!

    Also, Lachlan made a nifty little Grooveshark cursor that makes the cursor on your computer, well, Grooveshark-ified! Neat!


  7. Last week I randomly discovered a new Tumblr that only posts new, awesome playlists from Grooveshark! Grooveshark Playlists posts all kinds of different genre, mood, and even festival lineup playlists everyday and is definitely worth checking out and following.

    The coolest part is that it is you-friendly, so anyone can go and submit a playlist to be posted to the entire community! AWESOME.

    Go visit! Go submit!  They’re even on Facebook and Twitter so you can get frequent new tunes in your feeds!


  8. We just released a new Grooveshark extension, thanks to Groove-minnow James Hartig. Right now, if you already have Grooveshark open and then someone shares a song with you, it will open up another tab of Grooveshark, load the site, then start playing the tune. This makes it so that the song will open up in the instance of Grooveshark you already have running.

    Here’s how it works:

    Make it so song links sent to you will always open in your browser—in one single tab. Already have Grooveshark open? Click a song link, and it’ll pull up the tune in the tab which is already running the site.   If you’re a VIP, you can also specify whether you prefer Preview, or regular ol’ Grooveshark.

    VIPs also have the option to make song links open Grooveshark Desktop.  Whenever someone shares a Grooveshark song link with you through email, IM, Twitter or anywhere else, it’ll open up the song right in Grooveshark Desktop—rather than opening a new tab in your browser. Note: make sure you have GSHelper installed and running.

    Try it out!

    Firefox

    Chrome

    Safari (direct download link)


  9. Considering a new Grooveshark logo - what do you think?

    Considering a new Grooveshark logo - what do you think?

  10. Grooveshark shirt spotted in the wild! Have you seen any others?
(via Pfilias)

    Grooveshark shirt spotted in the wild! Have you seen any others?

    (via Pfilias)


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