In these apps, quality music flows

Aug 31, 2009
Music

If you’re like me, you love music so much that when the iPhone 3Gs came out, you didn’t bat an eye at paying for the 32GB version. I’m still cramming MP3s into mine, but that’s not enough to feed my music jones. Half the fun of music is in the discovery, and to this point […]

If you’re like me, you love music so much that when the iPhone 3Gs came out, you didn’t bat an eye at paying for the 32GB version. I’m still cramming MP3s into mine, but that’s not enough to feed my music jones. Half the fun of music is in the discovery, and to this point my iPhone has proven to be much more of an ally than I ever thought possible.

Hear are the music apps I use to soothe my savage iBeast.

WXPN-FM (free). If the Left Coast orientation of KCRW hits you the wrong way, then try WXPN. Philly’s WXPN is without question the East Coast’s best adult-alternative radio station, and this app also drills down into 11 WXPN podcasts, including one for Kathy O’Connell’s award-winning kids-music show “Kids Corner.” 

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Lou Carlozo

Former Chicago Tribune DVD columnist, current music critic at Christian Century, paid blogger/columnist for AOL's WalletPop and True/Slant ... but most important, a proud owner of an iPhone 3Gs and one of the first in Chicago to own a duo-core MacBook Pro laptop. Flash back 30 years; my first computer ever in 1979: an Apple II.

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