MySpace has taken steps to shake up its famously chaotic profile pages, with a new design and theme gallery aimed at users, musicians and celebrities. The company promises “clean and easy-to-use navigation and simplified organization of content”, along with better design tools for people to tweak the basic designs. For music specifically, the new profile design separates content out more logically, while also letting them feature up to 25 songs on their profile. Artists who’ve already upgraded include Lady Antebellum, Brandon Flowers, Outkast and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

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