Tell me how you discover music and pop culture

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Just go for it.

Just go for it.

Feel free to listen to music outside your norm or the genre you usually prefer. If you’re a country music fan, you should keep listening only to artists who sing about tractor rides and tractors. Or, if you’re into hip-hop, don’t limit yourself by only listening to rap songs with that beat or tone! Your taste in music can change over time as well. For example, when I was younger, I loved Taylor Swift’s 1989 album; today, I love Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman album more than anything else (even though those two artists are opposites).

If there’s one thing, we’ve learned from our experiences here at Geeksboro HQ: no matter what kind of person we are now versus five years ago… we’re constantly changing!

Your friends probably have music tastes similar to yours.

If you’ve decided to discover new music and pop culture, it’s a good idea to start listening to people who love the same things as you. Your friends probably have music tastes similar to yours—and if they don’t, there’s no shame in that! Finding new artists through your social network will help ensure that the people who love them see them too.

If this sounds like something that could be helpful for your life (and not just for discovering new artists), then I suggest asking everyone who knows what “Soft” is by The Weeknd or why everyone loves Nicki Minaj so much by taking advantage of some of these tips:

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Be bold and listen to music that’s outside your norm.

You don’t have to know the names of the musicians, just the songs.

You don’t need to know the names of the musicians, just the songs.

If you’re like me and have a love/hate relationship with music, this might seem like a crazy concept at first. There’s no reason we should care about who wrote it or recorded it; I mean, if I liked something enough to listen again and again, then why wouldn’t I want more? But when it comes down to listening—listening for pleasure—the reward isn’t knowing that someone put their heart into making something perfect on paper. No: The real fun happens when we get lost in what’s being played on our headphones while they go through their journey through time and space. We become part of this beautiful moment between two people who share an experience by allowing themselves both vulnerability as listeners and vulnerability through intimacy with each other’s bodies during live performances.*

Use YouTube, Reddit, blogs, and social media to find new music.

You can use YouTube, Reddit, and blogs to find new music. If you’re looking for a specific genre of music, like metal or electronic dance music, YouTube is an excellent tool.

You can also use sites like Soundcloud or Bandcamp to find new artists whose work interests you.

If you know what kind of song(s) are missing from your library, then it’s easy to search on Google or YouTube to find them!

Use Spotify (or another streaming service) and explore their playlists.

You can use Spotify to discover new music, or you can use it to find playlists that are similar to your tastes.

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If you’re feeling adventurous and want to explore outside of the box, try out one of these playlists on Spotify:

You could also create a playlist for something else entirely: maybe it’s all the songs that remind me most strongly of my childhood. Or it’s all the songs from an album I love, but it has been a while since I’ve heard! Or create one specifically for this week’s challenges!

Listen on a treadmill or exercise bike when you’re not motivated.

Music can help you get through the day and feel good about yourself.

Here are some things I like doing:

Try a playlist that’s outside your comfort zone of genre preference.

Try a playlist that’s outside your comfort zone of genre preference.

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This is a great way to discover new music and helps you overcome musical taste biases. When you listen through a whole list of songs, you’ll notice that some sound like they’re made for other people—they’re too upbeat, downbeat, or repetitive (or all three). But others are just right! You might be surprised by how much fun listening to those songs can be, even if they don’t fit with what you usually listen to.

Listen for what draws you in and makes you feel something.

The first thing to do is listen to what draws you in and makes you feel something. In other words, try to think on time while listening. Listen for the emotions that come up in your mind when listening. For example, if lyrics about love or loss make sense to you, they’re mean enough to stick with you long after the song ends.

The next step is understanding how music works emotionally—how it can inspire us as humans by making us feel something deeply personal about ourselves; this could be sadness, happiness, excitement, or any emotion! If a particular artist makes music that speaks directly to your soul (and doesn’t make fun of people who don’t like pop culture), then I would say this person has tapped into their own “inner voice” pretty well!

Listening is a skill that anyone can master.

Listening is a skill that anyone can learn, improve, and master. Here are some tips for doing so:

Takeaway: What music makes you feel good? What’s a song that you can’t stop listening to?

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