I couldn't figure out how else to title this one. I personally use college radio, Tower's Pulse (believe it or not), Ice Magazine, and the local newspaper. For "confirmation", I use www.allmusic.com, and the reviews on Amazon. I don't know about you, but I haven't heard *anything* new and interesting on mainstream radio lately. (The local hard rock/heavy metal station will play Rush from the 80's all day. Yet nada from the new one.) Anyway, it seems like I go longer and longer time periods without feeling the need to try something new. (Is that a sign of getting older?) (For kicks, my latest "favorite" CD is Winter Birds by Seely. Via the college radio station KSCU. ...Trail of the Dead isn't bad either.) => The point: wouldn't it be neat if there was a search engine or a site out there, where I could put in a few of the bands and/or CDs that I like, and using some kind of sophisticated search criteria, *or*, rudimentary AI, pick out new stuff that I might like? Or, anyone know if there might be anything out there now? Similar to for example Amazon's "suggestions", but that's an after the fact thing. ("Here's some selections that people who have ordered the disc you just ordered, have also ordered.") I'm looking for more "look a head" kind of thing based on the characteristics of the music itself. Cheers!