Mixcloud is proud to present a new HTML-based embeddable widget that looks sexier than ever before.
HTML is now the default option, which means you don’t have to worry about Flash compatibility.
The widget looks and feels just like the new desktop and mobile versions of Mixcloud, giving you the same great experience wherever you are!
Mixcloud has several widgets to offer – embeddable playable snippets of code that can be placed into any HTML website or blog on the web. They come in many shapes, sizes and colors and can be used several ways as illustrated below.
Here are the various ways you can embed from Mixcloud:
If you love minimalistic style, there’s a cool mini player for you:
Have you got a Mixcloud Profile and want to spread the word about it?
It’s now easier than ever to embed your Profile Widget across the web thanks to our brand new customisable widgets. This will allow your fans to follow your Mixcloud account without having to leave the page. And the good news is that you can embed the widget anywhere on the web, including WordPress, Tumblr or your personal website.
Here’s how you can do it. Simply go to your profile page and click ‘Share’ like in the image below:
You will then get a pop-up box where you can customise the way the widget looks.
The default settings are 200x250 px with a white theme but you can also make it Dark or change the size to what you like. Check out some examples below and keep Mixclouding:
Yesterday, music writer Pete Paphides and co-host Paul Noble launched their new podcast, ‘long player’. The podcast is set to feature in depth interviews with ‘well-loved’ musicians, centered on stories and anecdotes interlaced with clips of their most famed tracks.
Their first hour long episode features Jimmy Webb (above) and future podcasts will roll out on a fortnightly basis, catch all their episodes on their profile here.
Yesterday marked the 8th aniversary Mary Ann Hobbs radio show, ‘Dubstep Warz’ anniversary of her radio show.
If you would like to celebrate the primal sound that left Mary Ann Hobbs in love with the genre, listen here… This radio show was considered to be the turning point globally for dub step. Something not to be missed!