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Finding Music

2018-10-30 16:39:54.670681+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

How do y'all find new music and/or keep abreast of music in the popular culture? I'd like to find more bouncy pop-y modern music, but the reality is I don't listen to a lot of music, my music listening time has now become vocal practice time or I'd rather be listening to podcasts, so.... some "here's a quick overview of what the kids these days are listening to" without having to find a shopping experience to wander around in would be awesome.

Bonus: Some 9 year old music: Lily Allen | F You (Official Video - Clean Version)

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