In November 2007, NPR Music was launched as a radio and internet side project venture by National Public Radio, a non-profit, privately and publicly funded media organization. Since then, it has become a full-fledged music discovery website that offers Rock/Pop/Folk, Classical, Jazz & Blues, Hip Hop/R&B and World Music as well as podcasts, live concert webcasts, music news, reviews and interviews from NPR and other affiliate public radio online stations around the country. It has two well-known blogs namely “Monitor Mix” and “All Songs Considered”. The former was written and maintained by Carrie Brownstein–a musician, writer, actress and one of the 25 “Most Underrated Guitarist of All-Time”( according to Rolling Stones). The latter is hosted by Bob Boilen and produced by Robin Hilton. It is a spin-off of the highly successful and multi-awarded news program at NPR emphatically known as “All Things Considered” that was also directed by Boilen himself. “All Songs Considered” later became the website’s foremost music program and is famously known for featuring tunes from unknown and unsigned acts. It also regularly takes suggestion from its listeners regarding show formats. NPR Music is an excellent place to discover, learn and enjoy quality music as it features various artists and genres that don’t fit in the conventional mainstream mold. The quality of its tunes is only equaled by the earnestness of its programs and write-ups. Music, like art, is not a popularity contest but rather a subjective preference to be relished. NPR Music can be linked to popular networking and video sharing sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flicker and also available via Newsletter, Mobile, Podcast and RSS Feeds. Musical taste is subjective but competent service is not. Your journey to a worthwhile listening experience begins with NPR Music, the foremost radio station on internet. Discover quality music, now!