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The two parted ways almost three years ago, and since stepping back into the single life, she’s found herself feeling like many of us have – thoroughly unimpressed with the dating landscape and swipe-to-play culture.She got the idea for TSD after hosting Kiss & Tell: First Date where guests had to bring a first date or new friend to the party (one of her many themes from over the years). I feel like we’ve been interacting one-on-one and courting one-on-one since the beginning of time and I just feel like these dating apps are not a healthy way to interact with people or to look for a potential mate,” she said.Every five minutes the co-host sounds a gong, signifying the end of the current conversation and time to scope out your next date.Over the six or seven dates I went on throughout the night, the one piece of feedback that kept resurfacing was people’s surprise at the lack of techno.
By the time speed dating wrapped up at 10pm, over 60 people had participated throughout the night.
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“I just want to get all our friends together who are interested in more obscure music, because it can be hard to meet people with similar music taste, I found.
I was using [techno] as a way to encompass the “community of people that are interested in dance music," she said.