Attention dance club owners in the Philippines and would be owners. How would you like to make your dance club go to the the next level? An event previewed at the Amsterdam Dance Event has set-up a system that builds playlists from multiple Twones timelines that collaborates with a Tony Player, this is the innovative aspect thats pushing it one step further. Twones is a new online music service that automatically tracks every song a user plays while online—whether via iTunes, YouTube, last.fm and other services — and then creates a single timeline of the music they’ve been listening to. Users can share their timelines and discover new music by exploring a friend’s musical history. The service, which launches in December 2007, works via a small browser plug-in.
When Twones members arrive at a club, they register their presence via text message or their phone’s bluetooth connection. The tracks they’ve most recently listened to — as registered by Twones — are then imported to the DJ’s playlist. The DJ picks from those tracks and mixes them, building a set based entirely on the crowds’ recent musical preferences. To add extra recognition and excitement for people whose songs are played, their headshots and usernames are displayed on a giant screen. I’m sure it would be a hit in the dance club scene in the Philippines.