The good thing about YouTube is that you’ll find virtually every music video ever produced on that site. The bad thing though is that searching and sorting through the clutter isn’t always fun. That’s exactly where a site like uWall.tv comes in very very handy.
uWall.tv is basically a music video playlist creator that sources music videos from YouTube and displays them in a super-neat interface. When you first visit the site you’ll be immediately impressed by the artist wall format of the interface and how quickly you could choose and get started.
On the top, where it says Genres > pop, you could select genres like latin, rock, blues, classical, indie, hindi, 60s, 70s and many more. Clicking on a genre changes the wall and replaces it with a corresponding wall of artists in that particular genre.
When you hover the mouse cursor on the picture of any artist, it shows his/her name for easy identification.
Clicking on the artist’s pic pops up related videos in a playlist format. The videos play automatically one after the other unless you pause or stop them.
If you look at the left of the above screen, you’ll find that it shows popular albums of that artist, and similar artists in case you want to check them out too.
uWall.tv also makes it easy to share what you are watching. If you look closely at the playlist, there are options to link to the video and share it on Twitter and Facebook.
Finally, there’s also an option to login to the site with your Facebook account and listen to what your friends’ have been listening (yes, so far, we didn’t need to login to use the site. )
A pretty neat service to check out music videos, isn’t it? What do you say?