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deep cuts | April 2, 2024
How to Find New Music

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  1. @j.3566

    April 2, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    1. Recommendations from the streaming platform that you are using.
    2. Soulseek or other P2P-networks.
    3. Digitalized and uploaded tapes from shows from specific radio stations.

  2. @novo_ephemera

    April 2, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    websites: Boomkat, NTS Radio, Crack Mix Archives, LYL Radio, Discogs, Bandcamp, Discogs, Rate Your Music

    blogs: Escavacoes Sonoras, Fond / Sound, Die or DIY, Listen to This, Opium Hum

  3. @xinspiredu3294

    April 2, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    Step 1 take a admission on Jullyard Music school
    Step 2 Forget the world and
    Step 3 Go and walk around the music library's
    Step 4 And Finish all the Music library with a under stable every single page
    Step 5: implementation Experimental.
    Step 6: Goals you have Only discover a new music.
    Step 7:/ practice practice practice

  4. @thediamonddog95

    April 2, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    I use RYM, but instead of only going through genre chart, i look for Various artists compilations.

    So, for example, if i only know about Joy division as post-punk band, i go to their page, search for Various artists compilations. So i can find box sets, with like 4 cds of different artists, and then i can check them out. I also check their va compilations. I also save names of these compilations in a Word document.

    At this moment, i have around 50-100 written down compilations in various music genres. There are probably around 1000 artists on them.

    This is especialy important to me when it comes to brand new artists.

  5. @andrewtovey7633

    April 2, 2024 at 4:22 pm

    I used to live in Scotland and my go to was and continues to be The Skinny. Iโ€™ve been in Australia for eleven years now and I always read the Skinnyโ€™s album reviews because they feature underground Scottish artists that donโ€™t get a mention elsewhere. And living in Sydney we have The Brag, which is out local equivalent. Point being, any part of the world with an established popular music culture has local guides and a lot are great. So probably check them out. I think the Skinny may be cream of the crop as we all know Scotland produces the best music in the world for its size ๐Ÿ˜‰

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