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Discussion in 'Music' started by Erin Nicole, Sep 10, 2017.
I like the top hits. I guess that isn't a genre but I guess I could say Pop.
What about you guys?
Turkish Classics. Turkish Classics. Turkish Classics.
Has to be alternative rock. Most of the groups I listen to actively are able fall under that wide umbrella.
If we're going with the fundamental music genres, then we can simplify that to Rock and I'll be quite happy.
Most of my favorite genres fall under punk, so that.
Rock, alternative, indie, rap-metal, drum & bass, baroque, electric swing, Viking music, funk, and symphonies.
I can't pick between those genres, sorry OP.
Is that the original folk like Viking music? Or is it something new?
My genre changes as often as I change lip gloss haha, I like 80's music the most. So I will go with that.
Viking Rock and Metal are a thing, so that's possible. There is this pretty cool Finnish band called Tenhi that makes viking sounding neo-folk music.
Both, actually. For the most part it's Viking metal (i.e. Ensiferum and Manegarm), but I also enjoy bands that mix folk with Viking metal like Falkenbach and Tyr.
Basically, my taste in music is a chaotic trail mix.
I like pretty much every genre except for speed/power metal and generic pop tracks (mostly the American-pop scene). Absolute favorites are doom metal, heavy metal (the Gojira kind), some of that 80s Kayōkyoku, post rock, rock, psychedelic rap and a few others.
I love metal and a lot of it's sub-genres (especially progressive metal). I also like some horrorcore rap groups.
For the more mellow stuff I like trip-hop, chill-hop, post rock and so on.
Quite frankly, I could go for awhile. Music for me is far more then simple genre. It's art and emotion. If it's emotional, and if it talks to me I'll love it.
I dislike mainstream pop. It's as fake as it comes..
Hip-hop or anything that sounds remotely retro. I'm also particularly fond of the type of music you can play on rainy nights or on a long evening drive. Jazz is plenty cool too.