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Music reviews help if you're somewhat familiar with the reviewer's tastes, or if they practice impartial reporting. Sort of like asking someone you don't know if they like a certain movie or vegetable dish. You can get a general idea, but you really don't know until you experience it. What I'd like to see are more sound "bytes" for new and old music. Try before you buy. What's the harm in a snippet, and why don't more sites offer them (Amazon is the best I've found in that regard)?
 

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Music reviews help if you're somewhat familiar with the reviewer's tastes, or if they practice impartial reporting. Sort of like asking someone you don't know if they like a certain movie or vegetable dish. You can get a general idea, but you really don't know until you experience it. What I'd like to see are more sound "bytes" for new and old music. Try before you buy. What's the harm in a snippet, and why don't more sites offer them (Amazon is the best I've found in that regard)?
Check out Bandcamp .... lots and lots of stuff.
 

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I follow this guy on youtube for his music reviews. They are incredible detailed. He will review a very very wide range of music. From the most simplistic digital sounds to Thrashing metal Noise.

https://www.youtube.com/user/theneedledrop/videos

he has around 500K subscribers...
Check out Bandcamp .... lots and lots of stuff.
Thanks, will definitely be checking out both of them.

Hopefully, I'll be able to discover tons of new music and musicians that I will enjoy.
 
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