October 3, 2022
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For a lot of, TikTok is a music discovery engine. Snippets of latest songs make their manner by way of the app, offering the soundtracks for dances or comedic sketches. Previous songs get resurfaced in new contexts. It’s a fount for curious and affected person listeners.

However there’s a completely different and fewer central model of music discovery on TikTok: the movies made by the app’s casual gathering of music critics, historians and lovers. Usually, the music they’re recommending — which encompasses Nineties indie rock, up to date online game music, outdated jazz, up to date underground hip-hop and past — doesn’t overlap with what’s taking place on the remainder of the app. As a substitute, these are dedicated, unbiased voices following their very own muse.

On this week’s Popcast, a dialog with 4 of TikTok’s most singular music aficionados about their favourite albums and songs of 2021, which embrace releases from Charlotte Day Wilson, Japanese Breakfast, Elujay and extra; what it’s wish to develop particular person style within the age of the algorithm; and the sudden pleasure of monitoring down bodily media.

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