Yes, Twitter can be useful, and today we will talk about how you can search for new music with it. In fact, you can search using search.twitter.com with specific search queries or use special music services.

Music services
Twisten.fm resembles a huge playlist made up of songs that were added by users in their tweets using services such as Blip.fm, FoxyTunes, Grooveshark, Hype Machine, imeem, Last.fm, Twisten.fm itself and Twt.fm.

Using your username and password from Twi you can already search for music in the huge library of Grooveshark (this company created this service), and, most interestingly, start following those users who have similar musical preferences.

Musebin.ws (♬ .ws) is the easiest way to find music on Twitter.

In the search bar, enter the name of the artist, album or song and get a list of tweets as a result.

In addition to the above services, you can use the native Twi search at search.twitter.com. The most comprehensive and comprehensive search query might look like this:

radiohead ♫ OR #musicmonday OR blipfm OR hypem OR imeem OR song.ly OR tweetj OR twisten.fm OR twiturm OR twt.fm

where instead ofradiohead»You enter the name of the artist, and then you add a list of services and hashtags for which you are searching. Naturally, you can edit this list on your own.

If you know other ways to find music on Twitter, write about them in the comments.