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GrimWillow wrote (edited )

I'm usually in the mood for chill dark glitch trip hop (I turn it off if it has any trace of problematic lyrics/clips), but I can get into anything that has radical lyrics.

My "favorite genre" is not a form, but the meaning of the music. I almost never end up listening to country, but I definitely would if it were Anarchist country. A 5 year old hitting pots and pans while repeating "fuck the police" would be music to my ears in comparison to a talented artist singing about how some lady should give into their entitlement of her body, or she'll regret it...

edit: I want to mention a bunch of styles that I can also be in the mood for:

  • Hip-Hop
  • loving that dark 80's retrowave/laborwave style stuff around
  • Punk
  • Metal
  • Acoustic
  • Progressive Rock
  • Disco House
  • Glitch Hop
  • Trip Hop
  • Psytrance
  • Witch House
  • And jamming with friends :)
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ziq wrote

The blood curdling screams of bankers being dissected.

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amongstclouds wrote

A lot of stuff but I really like listening to drone, powerviolence, screamo, and basically anything oozing in raw emotions.

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Cheeks wrote

Politically charged hip hop. Punk rock. Bluegrass. Old country. Alt-country. Folk music. 60's and 70's Ska. Afro-pop. Classical. Bebop jazz.

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ravengrace wrote

Burning cop car podcasts Alas MIA Warclub Bambu Atari Teenage Riot Kimmortal

Kinda more instrumental: Schlomo Sidewalks and Skeletons Bl4ck Ceiling

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this_one wrote

Electronic stuff. I used to listen to a lot of metal, but as I started turning away from music with lyrics (or at least, lyrics I could comprehend), electronic stuff began to fill up a lot of that space.

My favourite artist is definitely Singto Conley (I dunno what kinds of places people here like to listen to music, so I'll just post a few) spotify, bandcamp, soundcloud, youtube

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Dumai wrote

roots music (esp. country but also blues and gospel), folk music (english, appalachian, balkan, mexican, klezmer), sludge metal, nineties-to-noughties pop music, hip hop/trip hop

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bloodrose wrote

Honestly, a little bit of everything. I even went full-hipster and was listening to a Czech polyphonic vocal group yesterday.

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rot wrote

Rock, especially prog. I've gotten into metal, rap, and punk recently.

also jazz and blues they influenced everything else in some way.

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surreal wrote

rock/metal

trip-hop

glitch

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bloodrose wrote

I keep seeing glitch mentioned. Do you have an example of glitch? I don't know that I've ever heard it.

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pretzel_logic wrote

Progressive Rock, Jazz, Jazz Fusion, Metal (mostly instrumental) and Post rock.

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robottroymacclure wrote

I listen to hip-hop and electronica on spotify. my favorite station on pandora is Adele. When i do Karaoke my favorite song is dont stop believing by Journey. i dont like heavy metal because it is too loud and hurts my ears. i like chilling to modern country music on the radio but i like old country music too. As long as my friends like a song on Facebook that is my favorite but i wont listen to anything my friends dont like i hate any music that makes me think too much. i have a record collection that consists of two records, one by elton john and one by Boston. i got them from my dad. I listen to them when i want to remember him. /s