Music dating site
Earlier this morning, the hip folks at Flavorwire reported that Tastebuds, a new dating site, is all about the music.
It's simple; as Tastebuds' site explains, "Tell us the bands you love and we'll find people nearby who share your tastes." To get started, potential users may login with their account information or simply list their favorite artists.
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Inspirational, instrumental, J-pop, jazz, world, vocal, tex-mex, singer / songwriter, reggae, new age, latin, opera, rock and roll, r&b, soul, soundtrack, vocal and all types of music.
Inside these musical categories you will find more than 1000 different types of musical artistries.
Dubbed "Gig Roulette," the game is similar, in many ways, to mobile dating app Tinder.
"The feature was developed after we heard from many music fans who wanted to attend concerts but were put off going on their own," Tastebuds founder Alex Parish said in a release.
Let's face it: Even if you're not someone who cares about that hearts 'n' roses mess known as Valentine's Day, the holiday still manages to linger in the air come February 14 like a particularly offensive cologne, making us all miserable and headachy.But here are of the few rib-ticklers I actually get: Would you sign up for a dating site based on interest in music? Are you bothered if your guy doesn't listen to the same kind of music as you? Here's mine: "I'm tired of the fast lane.If your favourite band is Coldplay, we just don't go together.To help music aficionados impress potential lovers, Flavorwire has come up with a funny list of pick up lines that help show off indie cred.I'm certainly not the biggest indie music fan so a few of these pickup lines flew right over my mainstream head. And can you come up with any fun, musically-themed pick up lines?