Do you find regular people who aren't wearing 213 plastic bracelets, goggles and furry rainbow boots woefully unattractive? Then you'll love

Do you find regular people who aren't wearing 213 plastic bracelets, goggles and furry rainbow boots woefully unattractive? Then you'll love

SingleRavers is the brainchild of Joseph Ioia, 33, his girlfriend Kelly McCall, 22, and her sister Julie McCall, 26. The couple met through Instagram, and now all three (what is the sister doing in there?) are helping ravers find moonrocks-dealing Mr. Rights and pacificer-sucking soul mates through the EDM community.

“I’ll be honest: At 33, it can be hard to find someone that’s into the same stuff that I’m into,” Joseph said, explaining the concept of the site. "You wouldn’t believe the people that reach out to us. Even people from Southern California, which is rave central, still can’t find anyone.” Maybe that has something to do with the fact that you can't even find your own knees when you're rolling at a rave, let alone a life partner, but hey, that's just a scientifically un-proven hypothesis.

Basically, how SingleRavers works is that you send them a photo of yourself, and they upload it to their Instagram where their 9,000 followers can scope you out and see if you'll be raving at a warehouse near them anytime soon. Admirers and potential spirit guides get in touch with you by commenting on the photo of you SingleRavers posted or by direct messaging you photos of their kandi-coverd phalli.

SingleRavers launched on October 3, 2014, and within the first month, they had already created four couples who had to figure out how to kiss each other through their mouth-guard bandana things. That number has only increased from there, and now, they're so successful at rave matchmaking that they post regular “Success Story Sundays" on their Instagram, which are photos of people who met up through SingleRavers, possibly fucked on E, liked it and are now dating. Hey; if you know what you like, you know what you like.

So far, the SingleRavers team has taken their creation to EDC Orlando, Escape: All Hallows’ Eve, and Hard Day of the Dead, spreading the good news about their raver romance system. At the actual raves and festivals, they bring a huge SingleRavers-branded totem pole with them that alerts all the singles they're there. Once the singles wade through the pulsating throng of glitter-covered bodies to the pole, they can talk to other single rave kids in person, trade kandi that says "@singleravers" on it, and regale each other with Diplo dildo stories. 

"In Orlando, we could hardly move for two hours due to all the pictures people wanted to take with us and the kandi they wanted to trade," said Joseph.

And while the service is currently only run through and their Instagram account, the plan is to expand it into a fully functioning social network, app and dating platform just for ravers.

Because, like they say on their site, the couple that raves together, stays together. Plur.