SonoroTV is basically a puzzle platformer in which you have a small number of little critters (called "notes") which the evil DJ is trying to steal. You have to get them from the starting point of each level to its exit, losing as few as possible (or better, none) in the process. The characters move autonomously, so you don't control them directly. So far, familiar and probably dull, yes?
What's interesting about SonoroTV is the actual gameplay, which is highly original. The way you guide your critters to the exit is by painting. At the lower right-hand corner of the screens are your paint pots, and you have a limited amount of each color. The colors have different effects: orange allows you to paint platforms for your critters to walk along, red creates barriers they bounce off of, blue creates a bouncing platform that tosses them in the air. The DJ has a gun he can use to destroy orange platforms, but yellow platforms can't be shot.
In other words, each level is a Lemmings-like puzzle, in which you must use the limited paint supply provided with that level to solve it, and get your critters to safety.
Put it all together, and you get a novel and entertaining twist on the puzzle platformer, with a nice boppy techno score and cute graphics--and original, perhaps even unique, UI.