Elite Singles’ most recent study found that a convincing 97% of respondents agreed that listening to music with a partner is a great way to crank up the romance.What’s more, 85% of respondents said that being knowledgeable about music was an attractive quality for a prospective partner to possess.
As well as asking our respondents to reveal their favorite genres, we also wanted to gauge people’s attitudes towards live music and dating.
According to our study, three-quarters of American singles think that going to a concert is a great first date idea.
This app has a lot of potential, but after 2 weeks, it's sadly been mostly pointless to me.
Maybe I'll give it another try in a few months to see if any improvements have been made.
I like how you can’t talk until you both click the like button on each other. The messaging system do not have the picture upload button so they aren’t tryna send you nudes or anything.
You have to get to know them until you decide you want to give out personal sites.
Tastebuds is great for making new friends, finding concert buddies, and even dating! Browse your music matches and send them a song to break the ice. * Meet people who share your tastes* 100% safe and secure, location-based* Use Tastebuds on your i Phone, i Pod Touch and computer______“Tastebuds was a godsend for me when I moved to London and didn’t want to go to shows alone anymore” - Alanna, 22“It’s been almost a year since I met the coolest guy on earth. ” - Cristina, 26“I met a music buddy with crazy taste overlap who turned into a DJ collaborator.
Scan your i Phone music library or add your favourite bands to see people nearby who have the most in common with you. Tonight’s the first year anniversary of our DJ night, thanks to Tastebuds” - Dave, 31______ Music taste is extremely important to me, so I'm so glad this app exists.
I have to write a review because I really like this site.
I’ve tried different dating apps but this is the best. I find if we have the same taste in music there’s a possibility we have the same way of thinking and feeling.
Interestingly, over a quarter of men said they’d willingly learn how to play an instrument in order to impress a partner while only 16% of American women felt similarly.