Wouldn’t it be easier if we could just list bands we liked? Enter Tastebuds.fm, a new-ish dating site aimed solely at music fans.Its USP is its simplicity: you just enter your favourite music, and it puts you in touch with people in your area who like the same thing.Then, one or both of you can send a message and head to the show together,” MTV says.Tastebuds founder Alex Parish noted in a release, “The feature was developed after we heard from many music fans who wanted to attend concerts but were put off going on their own.” Seeing a show is a great way to take the pressure off of a first date, as you’ll probably just get drunk, dance, and makeout a lil’ bit. You might just meet the fellow audophile of your dreams.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.I want you to have my last name."The music of love…The feature presents you with a possible match along with the show they want to see.If you’re into it, you can hit “I’m Interested” and if not, you can hit “Skip.” Like Tinder, “the whole thing is anonymous — unless you and another dater choose each other.
After you upload a photo, pick your favorite bands, and answer questions like: “My favorite band when I was 13 was…” and “The song I would want at my funeral is…” you can play Gig Roulette.I can’t be the only person with a few songs saved from yesteryear that, for whatever reason, don’t necessarily represent my tastes as they stand today.Do I want to match with a bunch of Taylor Swift fans because my graduating class opted to sing one of her songs at our high school graduation? However, as there doesn’t seem to be an option to remove artists, T. Embarrassing i Tunes selections aside, it’s fairly easy to add artists to your profile.Music taste can either immediately bond people or be a horrifying dealbreaker.It is also an integral part of the courtship process, as is the art of putting on your “sexual healing” playlist without the other person seeing the title of said playlist.