Every one of us has a favorite music genre. Some would prefer to listen to rock over pop while others would prefer to listen to jazz over reggae or ballad. Of course, a person’s music preferences would change from time to time. It actually varies according to one’s mood, activity, etc. Speaking of which, Every Noise at Once appears to be a very ideal web app for those who would like to discover and listen to music of different genres.
What is it and what does it do
Every Noise at Once is a web application that you can use for free. What this app does is that it lets you discover and listen to music according to their genre. As a matter of fact, this app features almost every music genre and sub-genres that there is. All you need to do is to pick the genre that you wish to listen to and that’s it. The app will immediately load the songs that belong to that genre via Spotify. You can also use this web app to search for specific music artists.
- Free to use, no user log in or registration required
- Fast-loading, stable and responsive
- Lists down every music genre and sub-genres that exists (ex. pop, k-pop, ballad, jazz, reggae, rock, punk rock, rap, hip hop, metal, techno and a whole lot more)
- Features two simple ways for you to listen to your favorite music genre – ex. Scan mode and List mode
- You can narrow down your search and sort your music by sub-genre, similarity, familiarity, hotness, background, name, etc.
- Has a built-in search function for searching music by artists
- The app plays all of the songs and music playlists via Spotify
- You cannot sort out the genres in alphabetical order
- You cannot search for a specific genre by just typing a keyword
- Some restrictions may apply for non-Spotify users
- Doesn’t work offline
Every Noise at Once is great for users who wish to listen to music by genre as well as those who are eager to discover some new music from all parts of the world. It is also very easy to use plus you are not required to log in or register. Just visit the web app’s homepage and that’s it. You’re all set to discover and listen to any song or music that falls under a specific genre.
With Every Noise at Once, you have two ways to search for songs that you wish to listen to. First, there’s the “Scan” mode which basically lists down all music genres like a tag cloud. In this mode, you just need to click a genre that you want and the songs will automatically play on your computer. Just click the genre again to stop the music. It’s as easy as that.
Second, there’s the “List” mode which basically lists down almost all kinds of music genre. If you click on a genre, you’ll also see its full list of sub-genres so just choose the sub-genre that you like and the song playlist will automatically load. The good thing about this web app is that all of its songs are hosted on Spotify. If you want, you can also opt to narrow down your search by finding an artist that you like.
Anyways, Every Noise at Once also has its own share of downsides. First and foremost, it doesn’t let you sort out the genres by alphabetical order plus you can’t use the search tool to find a specific genre by keyword. In addition, you might be having trouble when it comes to loading the song playlists especially if you are not a registered Spotify user. On the brighter side, Spotify is free so all you need is to create an account there and you’re all set to listen to your favorite songs. It should also be noted that this web app lacks offline support.
Conclusion and download link
If you are someone who likes to discover new songs and music by genre, then you’ll definitely like the features of Every Noise at Once. It’s a cool web app. You can even use it to randomly play songs on parties, clubs, events, coffee shops, etc. This is because all you need to do is to click a genre and then the songs will automatically load. It’s really easy and convenient. However, it may appear impractical for users who wish to personalize their playlists and song collections.
Version reviewed: N/A
Requires: Works on any web browser (ex. Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, IE, etc.)