Concert dates can be great, but they're pricey and not without their risks.
Luckily, there are plenty of other options—some of which we outline below..
Noah Brunell is the brains behind Mix’d, who said that his personal experience motivated him to come up with the new dating app. This might sound close-minded, but I don’t think I could date someone who wasn’t into the same type of music that I am into.
If I can’t share those experiences with the person I’m spending all this time with, then it’s gonna be a real issue.” A key feature of Mix’d is ‘concert mode,’ which is basically the search mode, which helps users connect with people nearby.
A user just needs to create an account and select their favorite musicians, including DJs, from the app’s vast database.This step is followed by the all-important match feature, which is based on the user’s taste in music and parties, and a la Tinder, you swipe left or right based on your interest in a particular profile.Another feature that’ll be a hit among its users is where one user can send another the music they like once they’ve started chatting.This is best testified by his cameo, when Bridget and her friend have no clue who he is when they bump into him in the VIP section, assuming they recognize him because he works at Starbucks. If you've dated a string of ne'er do wells you first made out with to the backdrop of a pulsing techno beat and who seemed far less impressive in the cold light of day, you'll know one thing: this soothsayer speaks the truth.The second line gives us one significant piece of information for any fan crushing hard who'd like to believe Sheeran is single: "So I go to the bar" i.e.The app has only been live for a few weeks, but it is already catching a lot of attention from single ravers in the Northeast.However, at this stage of the launch, the app is only available for i Phones.Some of the apps features include: I had the pleasure of having a casual interview with Noah, where he gave me a little insight as to how he took a simple concept (and I bet you, it has crossed most of our minds at least once) and made it happen.Noah’s first introduction into the electronic music scene was via a BBC’s Essentials Mix by Avicii (we all start somewhere! His interest in the genre, over the course of the next few years, led him to Trance and then eventually into the clutches of Deep House and Techno (you mean, The Holy Grail?! He liked the experience of meeting new people just by attending music shows and festivals of similar taste.where Dick (Todd Louiso) offers to stay in with Rob (John Cusack) on a Saturday night and help him arrange his albums "autobiographically? Music dweebs live for this sort of thing, and as with record shopping, it's a chance to scope out the other person's tastes and see what you're getting into.Uncork a bottle of red or grab some beers and take turns playing videos for each other. Even if you don't opt for a duet of "Don't Go Breaking My Heart," you can tell a lot about a person by his or her choice of song.