Dan Kantor

twiggado
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I made a post about “Call Me Maybe” being the #1 trending song in the Folk tag on exfm and before I woke up today (I woke up at 3, but never mind that) someone from exfm had contacted me to let me know they had stripped the Folk tag. I was just teasing, but this is a testament to exfm and their dedication to their site.
I’m constantly using exfm, and you probably should, too! If you’re on your Tumblr dashboard, the exfm plugin for Chrome lets you view and listen to every audio file present on your dash. You can also follow other users, to see what they love listening to, and see overall trends. I’ve learned that the trends tags are constructed based on how users tag songs - So there’s a certain margin of error there - but I really love the site.
Thanks again to Kirk from exfm for his prompt reply!


Kirk is everywhere. He’s completely dedicated to helping out everyone that uses exfm. Whatever channel you talk about it, he’ll be there to help. He’s awesome!

2-1234:

I made a post about “Call Me Maybe” being the #1 trending song in the Folk tag on exfm and before I woke up today (I woke up at 3, but never mind that) someone from exfm had contacted me to let me know they had stripped the Folk tag. I was just teasing, but this is a testament to exfm and their dedication to their site.

I’m constantly using exfm, and you probably should, too! If you’re on your Tumblr dashboard, the exfm plugin for Chrome lets you view and listen to every audio file present on your dash. You can also follow other users, to see what they love listening to, and see overall trends. I’ve learned that the trends tags are constructed based on how users tag songs - So there’s a certain margin of error there - but I really love the site.

Thanks again to Kirk from exfm for his prompt reply!

Kirk is everywhere. He’s completely dedicated to helping out everyone that uses exfm. Whatever channel you talk about it, he’ll be there to help. He’s awesome!

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    Kirk is everywhere. He’s completely dedicated to helping out everyone that uses exfm. Whatever channel you talk about...