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1-15-2012 @ 12:13PM
For music: I personally turn on "genius recommendations" on iTunes and let it scan all my music and make suggestions on what it thinks I'll like. Then you can find those bands music on one of the literally hundreds (thousands?) of online radio stations.I know... you probably don't think of "iTunes" when looking for indie music - but they have more indy artists on board than some give them credit for. Heck, my friend literally just casually published a song (search for term: "Kortez" on iTunes - it's spanish pop) and he already has it there, no label required.
1-15-2012 @ 5:16PM
I find Last.fm does this much better than iTunes. Best music website ever ^^
1-15-2012 @ 5:32PM
I don't think of iTunes at all, switched all my music to Google music as soon as I could and use Pandora for recommendations.
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