Finding new music

  • Finding new music

     Gabor Hernadi updated 5 days, 23 hours ago 4 Members · 4 Posts
  • Philippe Papirakis

    March 26, 2021 at 16:13

    Not much for starting discussions as I’m generally not very communicative but I thought I’d give it a whirl with something simple that’s a new reality for me now in my mid forties.

    When I was younger, I would find it easy enough to discover new music that I liked. It helped that I had a circle of friends who were like minded with enough curiosity to have a listen to things that weren’t in their usual stereo rotation. Of course, back then our local version of MTV made it easy to just sit and watch and be exposed to something new.

    Nowadays, I find it noticeably more difficult to be exposed to things I might enjoy and so here I am. I guess my intention here is to pose the question: how do you find new music you like?

  • Johannes Wikstrom

    March 29, 2021 at 21:02

    Listening to this was one of the more fun things to do when participating in a strategymeeting.

  • Vivienne Hollis

    March 30, 2021 at 01:33

    Perhaps not the answer anyone wants to hear, but YouTube Premium has revolutionized my life! I find the algorithm is pretty good. Sometimes I’ll also Google something like “bands similar to *name of band or artist*”, and that has brought success too. I don’t know anyone in real life that has as much affection for synthwave, so have had to discover it all on my own; honestly, it’s been like digging for gold!

  • Gabor Hernadi

    April 8, 2021 at 23:21

    There is always a lots of new music to discover in music magazines, on Bandcamp, etc.

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