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After 23 Years, Winamp Is Still the G.O.A.T. Music Player

But we’re dreaming of something better

Screenshot: Winamp Skin Museum

There was a time when the aesthetics of listening to music on a computer could be bulbous, metallic, even downright alien. Sometimes the software glowed like a sinister stereo from an alternate, more advanced reality. Or it could look gaudy, garish, amateurish in its design. There were always hidden…

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Matthew Braga

Matthew Braga

I write features and essays about culture and technology. Featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, The Verge, VICE, BuzzFeed, The Globe and Mail, Hazlitt, and more.

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