Reputable music magazines and radio stations often have a recommendation section; NPR's "Music Lists," Pitchfork Magazine's "Best New Music" and Rolling Stone's "The Playlist" all offer music suggestions. User-generated playlist suggestions are also available on websites like Spotify, Soundcloud and Pinterest.
Spotify is a useful music streaming application that allows a user to share playlists with his followers. The user signs up for a free account, downloads the application, and gains access to Spotify's library of legally streamed music.
Many music magazines and musicians have their own Spotify accounts, so followers can see their playlists and get music recommendations from them. For example, Rolling Stone's official Spotify account provides a huge variety of public playlists, such as "Songs About California," "Back in the Daze: Classic Nineties Hip-Hop Dance," "Country Father's Day Songs" and "For Your Love: The Best of the 60s British Invasion."