Jango is THE internet music radio. the one you were dreaming for. It just let you choose the music you wanna listen to... in a cool kind of way: not only can u type the name of an artist and one radio will start, but as you might know if you tried this already (in pandora or last.fm or others...), it has its limitation. you will soon feel you don't have enough control on what the radio will play.
Jango gives you more control, and it seems to me it was very easy to do.
Example. I wanted to do a female singer radio. Norah Jones was the 1st name that got to my mind. But then, Pandora or Last.fm propose to me singers i don't like at all. sure i can switch and teach the radio what i want her to play but it takes time. With Jango, you can add other female singers. I added the other one i like: Ani Difranco, Suzanne Vega, Erykah Badu, Feist and numerous others. I could add names that were coming to my minds as well as checking or not the box of other artists proposed (from the 1st search or whatever... something related)
The experience is really nice.
I'm really into Last.fm now. As i wrote last month, I even pay for some premium services. It just finished, and i'm wondering if i'll pay the 2€50 this month.
I'm gonna try to tag some more. I wanna tag these music i like, for example, those tracks were the musician sing along with its instrument... possibilities are wild.
It seems Last.fm will soon clean its database so there will be no bad spelled artist. good news.
Jango is not very good looking but you can easily find what is useful. there are some noise though.
It's still beta so it seems i can't show you my radio. Anyway, the feature is coming. I have 3 invites though. or you can just go to Techcrunch where i got mine.
ok, back to my music. got some salsa rhythm to practice (learn actually).
PS: ok, i've been listening some great songs while typing this. Too bad it's not being scrobbled (sent to last.fm)
the sharing feature now works.
and i also wanna mention how much music can be found on Jango. they say it's still limited, and yes, you can't find everything... yet. They clearly says (in the FAQ) it's just the beginning.
Well, just listen to that song from Ray Charles (i didn't hear this one before... and that's the kind of tracks I wanna find, with some impro. not just a formated version).