Facebook page of the day: Koolmuzone, for the love of music

Published: October 25, 2011

This blog has come a long way in just two years, with nearly 41,000 likes on their Facebook page and a Pakistan Blog Award to their credit.

If you love music, are a Pakistani, and have not heard of Koolmuzone’s Facebook page and website, it is likely you have been living in a cave.

Building up from humble beginnings, Koolmuzone has become a vital source for information on the music and entertainment industry, including helpful reviews and blogs on the underground music scene in Pakistan.

This blog has come a long way in just two years, with nearly 41,000 likes on their Facebook page and a Pakistan Blog Award to their credit because “unlike most music sites, they (Koolmuzone) care about ownership and rights and do not pirate music.”

Not only can eager music enthusiasts follow this blog for updates and recaps of recent events, upcoming artists can also register with Koolmuzone and submit their songs for review.

Their Facebook page is a forum for online activists to rip apart or heap praise on a video or event that has taken place, giving well-needed constructive criticism to artists and musicians.

We agree with this Koolmuzone Facebook fan:

It is a fabulous page . I love it!

Website rating: Two thumbs up! What better place for our music-loving nation to share their views?

Do you have a website you wish to have reviewed by The Express Tribune? Submit your url with a brief description to [email protected]. Only local content will be considered for review.

Reader Comments (5)

  • Oct 25, 2011 - 5:26PM

    The sound is Good Hamad great!!!!

    Recommend

  • abc
    Oct 25, 2011 - 6:25PM

    How are they not promoting piracy? Do they own the rights to the music that is available for download at no cost?

    Recommend

  • Oct 25, 2011 - 8:44PM

    Firstly, thanks to tribune for such kind words here. Secondly, abc, we do not pirate music. We work closely with musicians and record owners for releasing their music. Everything goes online with prior consent.

    The photographs, concert coverage and everything else that goes online, does with the prior consent of the owner.

    Recommend

  • Heer
    Oct 26, 2011 - 5:29PM

    Yeah right

    Recommend

  • Oct 27, 2011 - 9:16AM

    Well done Hamad & Faiz.

    Recommend

More in Life & Style