Search, Create and Listen to Your Favourite Music with Free Music Playlists

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Remember when we used to share mixed CDs with our friends, or some of us maybe even creating personalised mixtapes for loved ones? Getting recommendations from like-minded music lovers, or playing a collection of your favourite tunes to a group of friends, is what makes music great. It’s not just something to have on in the background or to dance to at a party, it’s part of your personality, it shows people who you are, what you like.

That’s exactly what Find What You Like does, it gives you the ultimate personalised listening experience, by creating free music playlists, without ads, and without recommendations you won’t like. You can simply discover artists, playlists or songs by choosing your favourite genres or current musical moods.

“You don’t want to just buy stuff. You want to ask your best friends what they bought and why they bought it.”

The days of sharing mixtapes are long gone, but sharing custom-made playlists with users matched with your musical likes and dislikes, that’s the future of music recommendations.

Find What You Like matches you with groups of harmonious music lovers with similar tastes in playlists that you can share, listen or export to your chosen music provider such as Spotify, YouTube, Deezer or Soundcloud. Giving you the best recommendations for the new music you’ll love from real music fans you can trust.

“Everyone is the DJ!”

Hang out with your musical buddies, in custom-made playlist groups, everyone can add, rate or queue songs to be played, so no-one is fighting over being in charge of the music at your next party, everyone can be the DJ!

Community and interaction is what Find What You Like is all about, getting recommendations from like-minded music lovers, easily creating free playlists and most importantly being able to easily find what you and other music fans like!

Join Find What You Like for FREE with NO ads at findwhatyoulike.com to search, create and listen to your favourite music together.

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