Borja Mitjans writes us to present Playmoss, a web tool that has just been born with the aim of helping us organize the music that we reproduce online in different services such as YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo or various blogs and websites, ordering it on a board at Pinterest – although in this case focused only on themes and music videos.
The service was born due to the increasing need to organize and combine the themes that we find in so many websites and services scattered throughout the network, giving an immediate solution to collect them all in a single collection. As a priority objective, Playmoss also intends to promote different labels and artists, who will soon have their own tools on the site. The service also has a social component that allows us to follow the music collections of other users and contacts in order to discover new music.
Playmoss will not only serve us to organize songs and albums, but to make any grouping of videos hosted in different services with a common theme. A good example of these lists is this Woodkid monograph, with concert videos on Vimeo and an interview published on YouTube in the same list.
The service is currently in beta phase and, little by little, more improvements and novelties will be implemented.