Springwise: It seems safe to say that most of us have experienced at one time or another the unpleasantness of having a song "stuck” in our heads, repeating over and over again long past its welcome. It’s a predicament for which there’s historically been little cure other than time; fortunately, more expedient help has finally arrived in the form of Unhearit.
A new venture from Washington-based startup Liftoff Media, Unhearit uses what it likes to call "the latest in reverse-auditory-melodic-unstickification technology” to help afflicted consumers get stubborn songs out of their heads. Specifically, those currently suffering from the ailment — known as earworm — can visit the site to hear "equally catchy songs,” as Unhearit puts it. It’s a cleverly disguised free music service, in other words, with streaming, download and purchase capabilities. Mobile apps for iPhone/iPod and Android phones are also available.
Music site offers ‘cure’ for songs stuck in your head [Springwise]