The app is slowly expanding to outside cities within Europe.is a London-based app that has been around for about five years.“Those who rave together, stay together” We have seen this phrase plastered throughout EDM-related media, and we believe it. There has been some hype about his newly launched dating app, Mix’d, in the electronic music spheres.
There are two similar dating apps on the market that are using the same concept of music preference for matching their users.
Glance, is an app that is based out of Amsterdam with a similar, Tinder-like design.
When I asked Noah about the motive behind the dating aspect of the app he stated, “…I think a really important part of dating and relationships is shared experiences.
If you don’t have shared experiences with your significant other, then what do you really have? You want to create cool, shared experiences, as opposed to, like, Tinder.
His app gives its user a more individual or intimate approach by supplying the common interest.
Those outside of the electronic music scene may not be very understanding of the devoted nature of its members.
Frankly, the result was a collective “No”, but are we surprised? This young UPenn graduate may have done the best thing for dating in the music scene with the release of his version of a dating app, Mix’d!
We are within a culture that likes to enjoy the musical experience, but the majority of us do not intentionally go out to shows or festivals to find our next boo-bear… This is a Tinder-style dating app that matches users based on shared musical interests.
Also, if a girl is alone at a rave there’s a 100% chance she’s underage and carrying a license to give you HPV. They are constantly catching the attention of security by tagging up the porta-potties or lighting up a blunt. Fair warning Asian ladies- homie wants to be way more than friends and he’s depositing every glimpse of you straight into his spank bank. They also like to plug all their drugs which is really, really strange.
Once he finally gets lifted he’ll start break dancing to dubstep and free-styling over electro-house. Nothing is worse than meeting some cool chick at a rave who lures you in by throwing out a heart sign and offering you a massage.
We all spend a lot time attending shows and festivals; sometimes we can label it as frequently attending.