Suggestion: cheaper music

May I suggest you try exposing yourself to chance and new discoveries by not buying any new music that costs over $3 an album unless you buy it directly from the band?

Find the clearance shelf at your local indie record store (Streetlight on Market's is in the upstairs back right corner & prices are $1 or $1.95). Check out yard sales & thrift stores.

Sign up for LaLa and turn the stuff that didn't work out into what you know you want.

Author: Dinah from Kabalor

Author. Discardian. Gamemaster. Current project: creating a binaryless universe for fantasy gaming https://www.patreon.com/kabalor Vote as if you were about to move to the year 2090 (not 1950).

6 thoughts on “Suggestion: cheaper music”

  1. And there’s lots of free entirely legal music online these days, to listen to, and to download. Browse around myspace.com, lots of bands show their stuff there. And remember mp3.com, from way back when in the Golden Age? They still exist, and still have free music.

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  2. Don’t forget the library- especially in larger towns- I’ve been going a little crazy and getting lots of great music. And it is FREE!

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