They take the social sting out of meeting strangers.Then again, maintaining an online persona can be just as exhausting as manufacturing a real one.“A lot of dating sites are boring,” says co-founder Alex Parish, a web developer and part-time musician. But with Tastebuds you have this easy route in.” Launched in summer 2010, the site now has 10,000 users, though Parish says he doesn’t know how many of those people – if any – have gone on actual dates after meeting on Tastebuds.You can certainly see the mainstream potential, though the concept of music-powered dating raises a number of questions.You should not look into dating a musician unless you are actually interested in music.If you want to date a musician then you cannot be the type who gets jealous when your date is highly interested in a topic outside of you.But look into some of the quieter local hang outs and you are sure to find musicians.Smoke on 106th and Broadway is an example of a quiet place in New York City where jazz musicians go and hang out after shows.
One of them, Agata, seemed unwilling to reveal any part of her face above the mouth, which made we wonder what she was hiding. I had no fans and had not been favourited by anybody.Look at your local meetups for musicians at and you may find a musician to date at the group meetups. These days no-one thinks you’re some kind of whey-faced spod just because you met your girlfriend on Guardian Soulmates.Musicians like music and like to talk about their passion.Join a dating site that allows you to search for single musicians.