To the very limited extent that I listen to any new (or at least unfamiliar) music these days, I'm entirely dependent on bloggers whose feeds I follow, people in the fediverse, and randos scattered around other websites I occasionally visit posting links to YouTube (other content hosting options are available, but nobody uses them).
I wish I knew of a better way of finding interesting music. The music press outlets of my youth are either dead or in a Netscape-style corporate zombie state, "Rip. Mix. Burn." evolved into 99c per track, "free culture" got monetised into dinky little businesses selling CC-BY-NC license exemptions for cafe musak and corporate events, and John Peel is currently broadcasting from too far outside the five mile limit for my receiver.
I'd like to think that I've not yet heard most of the songs on my funeral setlist, but I very much fear that may not be the case, even if I live another fifty years.