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post May 27 2016, 07:35 AM
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How can we find the latest music. Such as latest songs of different languages? Even if we don't know the specific singer or track name.

If you've solutions like search in google or similar to that, then this thread is not for you.
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post May 27 2016, 07:39 AM
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Used to be charts but now I've kinda lost interest in those so maybe just whatever is popular on here or on the radio, also BJSC and YouTube and SongPop are good tools as well.
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post May 28 2016, 02:16 AM
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How can we find the latest music. Such as latest songs of different languages? Even if we don't know the specific singer or track name.

If you've solutions like search in google or similar to that, then this thread is not for you.

That is, if you're implying you've already heard songs but "don't know the specific singer or track name."

If not, BJSC here is a good way to find music, or if you already have a few artists you really like, look up their side projects if they have any, their influences (and/ or who they've influenced), people they've toured with and/ or featured on their tracks. If you like a particular genre start with critically acclaimed albums of said genre. Or if you have a friend who plays a lot of stuff you like the sound of, ask them for recommendations, or even use radio, not that I listen to it much (but I've heard good things on stations like Radio 6 and through BBC Introducing, very interesting stuff). There's so many ways to find music tailored to your taste, especially with the internet available as a resource.

As for different languages, Eurovision? laugh.gif
Just put in a bit of research, you should be able to find something you like before long.


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