I did my best -- I have no regrets
this thread is breaking my poor nashville, tn heart.
To be honest, Youtube does it perfectly for me. Most of my music taste comes from there and their related vids always span out to my favour. It's kinda like reading a Wiki article, and you just keep linking to other articles and so forth...edit: actually that is a pretty interesting question - how do most of you expand your music horizons? friends, stuff like last.fm, pandora, etc? any other methods?
I've always wanted to get into Porcupine Tree, but I never knew where to start. Do you have any recommendations for a good "beginner" Porcupine Tree album?before this, my favourite genres were probably prog rock (only newer prog rock though) / prog metal, with bands like Porcupine Tree, Pain Of Salvation, Marillion, Opeth and maudlin of the Well
i usually go on 4chan's /mu/ board and go on sharethreads and then go to rym and see if they are really worth downloading. you can pickup a lot of diverse music on there of lots of genres and varying tastesedit: actually that is a pretty interesting question - how do most of you expand your music horizons? friends, stuff like last.fm, pandora, etc? any other methods?