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Et Musique Pour Tous is a boutique creative group specializing in music culture and branding for hospitality and retail brands.  EMPT is committed to providing insightful writing, reviews and highly curated music. Our commitment is to uncompromising quality, not traffic.

The site is updated daily and is among the select group of trendsetters in the blogosphere. We work non-stop around the clock to have the latest and greatest, this way our visitors hear it before the people who hear it first. For the most part we stray from the typical Top 20’s etc, unless it’s a good song that is.

Thanks for visiting and we hope you enjoy the website as much as we enjoy providing it. Feel free to contact us with any inquires.

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  • Jean Ronce

    Tres bon site! mais permetez moi de dire que la petite voix au debut de chaque morceau disant "on n'aime tous Etmusiquepourtous!" ou bien "musiquepourtous on t'aime!" ferait mieux de laisser les auditeurs juger par eux meme de la qualite. Un peu de modestie ne fait pas de mal.

  • Johnny Winn

    … Jean Ronce you missed the point buddy. The little intro is about the website not the song.

  • James McLaughlin

    Hey peeps. Great site.

    I have been using the same yahoo media player you all are using, and I am noticing that you have the time bar in yours, allowing the possibility of scrolling through songs, where as mine is static, and when you are playing a song, your only choices are back, next, or play/pause.

    I checked the source code and we both got it the same, so I am just curious as to how I can go about getting mine to work the same. If its even possible at the level my site is at.

    Would love to hear back with any insight you all might have.

    Thanks and keep up the great work.


  • Uber Glitterati


    We are Uber Glitterati
    We are a guy and a girl from Belfast, Northern Ireland

    We never lost our love of ’80s pop
    We are new but we’ve had a few plays on Radio 1 so we’re doing something right
    We have attached links to our tunes & remixes for your listening pleasure
    We’re sorry for the mass impersonal email, but it gives us more time to make music
    We would like you to post about us on your site if you like said music

    Thanks for listening

    – UG

  • Chuck Rassel


    I’m Chuck Rassel from Lindau (Germany)and I want to ask a favor,
    please listen to my “No Doubt – Don’t Speak Remix” I think it’s good 😉

    Thank You,
    Chuck Rassel

  • Lee G

    Hi, here’s a song I thought you might like. Ode to US (ft Lee G & Delon).mp3

    It is a collaboration between Philly based duo Lee G & Delon and Brooklyn based artist Akwarian Sea Rebel. Let me know if you need any more information. Thanks.

  • Greg

    What ever happened to the photos from Noctambule?

  • Julian Master

    The Last Hipster Alive

  • Julian Master

    The Last Hipster Alive:

  • Sheri Smith

    Aloha, I was searching for my cousin’s site and put in: and your site came up… what did i do wrong or how can i find Matthew Goldberg’s site. please email me: Mahalo!

  • Pasounds

    Hi, I often visit your web music blog. Come visit us at Don’t hesitate to put us on your favorites.

  • Rob Lejman

    you rock, hope you enjoy ‘the otherside’

  • Oliver

    i like your website. i check it all the time.

  • Mr Forgotten

    Hey! Space age bachelor pad music?

    Music submission from myself under the artist name Mr Forgotten.

    The tracks; city noise & 0110000 available for download at

    Kind Regards!

  • Fleur

    Why do you call your music BACHELOR PAD music??????? I am a GIRL (I just noticed that my boyfriend’s music is on your site funnily enough) and I listen to the kind of music you have on your blog in my NON BACHELOR pad. Obviously. I find that very sexist.

  • Fleur

    I forgot to mention in that little rant that your blog is excellent.

  • matt forsum


    I’m sure you get this all the time, but did you program your blog yourself or did you use some type of application/open source application to program it. Thanks in advance!!


  • Jimi Needles

    I would like you to review my mashups, thanks from the UK!!!

    chemical brothers vs bucketheads

    daft punk vs fort knox 5

  • Andrew

    Hello Et Music Pour Tous!

    Just wanted to say I love the site, great vibe, better music. Feel free to check out my site that just launched! (

    Thanks and keep up the great work!

  • KHAT

    Go EMPT! We digg you’re minimalistic pale style and the tunes that are out before they even are.

    – OAKOAK/

  • KHAT (again)

    Oh! A spelling mistake was left behind and there’s no way to edit it. How frustrating.

  • alexis

    i love the music but im just kind of confused as to how to download everything. on you can just click it and download. im wondering if im missing something here or if i just have to hunt the songs down myself.

  • Damian

    I love your blog. It is a constant source of inspiration and has always been just perfect when I have friends or dates over at my place.

    Keep up the good work, jah bless.

  • David

    Hi there,

    Dave here from Killahbeez, We’re gearing up to do our top 10 albums of 2010 like most folks are, but usually do things a bit differently by getting other people we respect to contribute their lists. The first year we had a bunch of DJs across Canada contribute, last year we expanded that DJ list to some of our friends down in the US and were fortune enough to get Metric to participate in submitting a list.

    This year we’re switching it up and hoping to collaborate with other music sites that we read / respect in contributing their top 10 albums of 2010. We’d love to have you participate in submitting a list. Your list would link off to your site or twitter or possibly both, hopefully giving everybody a bit of cross promotion, but more importantly getting to see everyones list in one place.

    We would need the list by December 10 or earlier if possible. Anyways, like I said we’d love to have you submit, but if you’re too busy, then that’s understandable as well.

    Some blogs that are participating are Too Many Sebastians, Cream Team, Winnie Cooper, First Up and a few others. Would be great to have you on board as well.

    Look forward to hearing from you.


  • mathieu

    i have known your website for few months and i just love it and i discovered too many good artists with your top ten albums of 2009… Please, answer me back that you are planning to post your best albums of 2010…
    Thank you EMPT and excuse my english, i am french!

  • Mykuhl

    A couple of New Zealand acts that you might like, and possibly haven’t heard of: Kids of 88 (, Avalanche City (, Felix-Fox (, Lisa Crawley ( All 4 are different, but I think that at least 2 of them will match with your tastes.

  • Makenzie

    Where can I find the RSS Feed?

  • Chico Homsi

    Great job over here!
    Sensational site.
    Regards from Brazil.

  • David Child

    Great site. Check this out:

  • julien


    Je vous conseille de mettre cette track ci sur votre blog, c’est bien dans votre style

    Si vous êtes fan, rajoutez notre blog dans votre liste de “links a la mode” ça serait sympathique :-)

  • Amber

    I love you

  • kirsty

    Where oh where is the miel for september?
    My month is incomplete without sticking my fingers into the honeypot of aural delights

  • Michelle Surya


    I want to connect and share more about the audio ad technology my team developed and how it fits into the music streaming ecosystem.. We’re partnered with a number of online radio apps/sites and in discussion with the major players in the space.

    Our ads are strategically timed to be run at moments of captured user attention, during idle time, — only when we know the user is listening and waiting for a response from the app. This delivery gives the app a head start for streaming the next song as the ad is running from our servers. Ads are on-demand, delivered in less than a second and don’t need to be part of your predefined stream. You get to decide where and when during user experience you want these ads requested and delivered. After the short ad is played, the app goes back to it’s normal process. You as a publisher can control ad delivery on a request basis and capitalize on idle, loading, and processing time. You can also flag the request on a length basis, all on-demand in real-time.

    Let me know if we can setup a time to talk further.


    Michelle Surya
    Director Sales and Biz Dev
    Mixberry Media, Inc.
    (650) 703-7121

  • price of diamonds

    I do agree with all of the concepts you have offered to your post. They are really convincing and will definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are too brief for beginners. Could you please prolong them a little from next time? Thank you for the post.

  • Vick Varbe

    . . .It’s not me but I think it’s great.

  • John

    Thanks for meeting my expectations once again. Ayn Rand…perfect.

  • Ronnie Chronology

    Fantastic site. Been following it for years now. Make lots of party mixes using your recos. And of course, Le Miel du Mois… Steph Lund is a genius.

    The download link to Mars 2013 seems to not be linking right. But when it does… headphones on.

  • Kirsch

    The way you write about music is the way I feel every single day. Music was and is my only constant and the only thing the keeps my faith in humanity. Thank you for having such a good blog, it is my favorite without a doubt… well minus Hypem
    thanks again.