"The feature was developed after we heard from many music fans who wanted to attend concerts but were put off going on their own," Tastebuds founder Alex Parish said in a release.
After signing up for the site — which is super simple if you go through Facebook — users are asked to pick their favorite bands and answer some standard dating site questions to fine-tune their profiles.
"Gig Roulette," on the other hand, is a lot faster and easier to use — and, during my brief trial, uncovered a lot of shows that I would actually go see.
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They can then message users as one would on something like OKCupid or Match.com, or head over to Gig Roulette and give the digital date wheel a spin.
When you click, you'll be presented with a possible match and a show that they want to hit up.
If you're down with the pairing, you can hit "I'm Interested." If you're not down, you can hit "Skip" and/or remove that dater and/or show from future matches.
The whole thing is anonymous — unless you and another dater choose each other.
Music-based dating site is out with a new feature this month — right in time for V Day.