Dutch site Shuffler.fm has been aggregating music blog posts and turning them into streaming radio stations for some time. Now it’s expanding into video. It has launched Shuffler TV, a separate section of the site which collects videos posted on blogs and sites including Noisey, The Fader, NME, Pitchfork, XLR8R and sorts them into channels. “Handpicked music videos by a selection of the web’s leading tastemakers and voices in music culture,” as it puts it. Clicking on a brand flicks to a full-screen player with controls at the top for skipping, starring and sharing the individual videos, as well as subscribing to the individual blogs if you’re a registered Shuffler.fm user. It’s a way of serving up continuous streams of music videos – something Vevo has also recently implemented.