A fairly ridiculous super-summer music website with a '90s Mac inspired interface. Poolside FM streams a continuous flow of upbeat tracks and hilarious VHS visuals.
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Poolside.fm Transports Users into a '90s' Mac Desktop - COOL HUNTINGPoolside.fm is so much more than a portal into a classic Mac OS from the early '90s; it's a web radio station of summery tunes, a streaming site of lo-fi VHS-to-avi videos and an honest-to-goodness fun time. Developed by Marty Bell (founder of Tens sunglasses), Niek Dekker, Lewis King and Aziz Firat, the website returns...
Poolside.FM is a retro digital oasis for your summerPoolside.FM, a new radio-like website, relaunched today. Like the original, people can cycle through 70 different short video clips pulled from the '80s and listen to a playlist of songs collected from SoundCloud. The goal is to have around 500 different tracks for people to listen to.
Poolside.fm is the most fun you will have on the internet todayHey the internet can be a heavy place - especially these past few years. But sometimes, it still delivers the goods: Poolside.fm is the goods. This website is a time machine to a simpler time in computing, recreating a late 80s desktop in your browser window, complete with the perfect soundtrack an...
This retro-styled OS is actually a feed of 90s-inspired tunes and videosI'm a sucker for old-school operating system aesthetics - especially when they've been repurposed to run modern web services. This is why Poolside.FM - a gorgeous music and video feed disguised as a retro Mac OS - immediately piqued my curiosity.
Get in loser we're going Poolside: meet your new favourite website set in 1986Around five years ago while staying with his parents in the rainy Scottish Highlands, Marty Bell got hooked onto listening to music which reflected the opposite of his surroundings. Repeatedly listening to "this genre of feel-good, super-summer music," he built a website which acted as "a virtual vacation to lift my spirits".
Poolside FM gets a refresh with a '90s operating system in your browser offering super-summer music and VHS visuals"Some friends and I built this kinda ridiculous music website and I thought you might be into it," said Marty Bell in an email to Creative Boom this week. The Scottish entrepreneur - founder of Tens sunglasses whom we featured earlier this month - is also the brains behind Poolside FM, a '90s operating system in your browser, with super-summer music and VHS visuals.
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