ITT: The three genres you're MOST INTERESTED IN and the three genres you're LEAST INTERESTED IN (not necessarily "bad genres," although they can be, just stuff you're not into)
Others guess personality traits and stuff
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Fuck I'm mad
Pretentious =/= talentless
talentless hacks can't found a school of thought. I don't particularly care for him, but calling him talentless is a joke.
>MOST INTERESTED IN
>LEAST INTERESTED IN
Wants to not think about his future.
Was the strange kid at school.
Art Music (most classical period. at least right now)
Modal Jazz (I love to analyze and try to understand what's happening there. But i'm not listening to it as much as other stuff i'm just really intrigued by it)
Psychadelic Pop (I'm just a giant beach boys and beatles fanboy. I don't listen to that much Psychadelic Pop outside of these two)
le wrong generation
finds it frustrating that nobody in real life has the same interests as you.
you like spicy food but don't go around telling everyone how much you like it.
>a shitload of great artists in that chart
>picking Gira and McCarthy to be mad over
Art Music (especially early romantic like Thoven and Schubert and 20th century stuff like Harry Potter and Stravinsky, also a heavy emphasis on chamber music)
Post-Bop (vague term, but i like hearing deconstructions of the typical bop format that aren't quite free jazz)
Post-Rock (anything but third wave. second had the best music (Tortoise, DMST, and Godspeed come to mind), but I'm excited to see what the future holds for the genre. Here's hoping postrock bands take more influences from Modal and ECM Jazz; i'd love to hear it)
hip hop (when the samples are varied and arranged with skill (eg DJ Shadow), it's brilliant postmodern sound art. when it's dumb niggers reciting stale beat poetry over the same repeating R&B/Funk loop for an entire album, i want none of it)
Noise (even though it's textured, it's impossible to analyze, unlike ambient or post-rock)
Microgenre shit (this includes vapourwave (yo), PC Music, chillwave, seapunk, and all that shit. it's a neat idea from a satrical political standpoint, but why would you ever want to listen to it?)
Folk (musicological field recordings)
so-called Art Music (especially EAI, post-Webern modern classical)
1. Post-Punk toptier
3. Noise Rock
>Some interest (Gimme dem recs /mu/)
Hip-hop (Killer Mike's nice tho)
lo-fi indie rock (pavement, Guided by Voices)
Punk (post punk is cool)
Goth kid in highschool, flannel kid in college
not him, but I'd say that while DFW is overrated by a shit-ton of people he still has definite merit
>Anything that's intresting in his novels are more interesting in Delillo's
he handles the issue of interaction with self in a lot more depth than delillo, for one thing, if a bit less dexterously
MOST INTERESTED IN
Yes, I like both, sometime I forget I'm not on /lgbt/, sorry.
Welcome to the club, the most hated and misundertstood sexuality of them all by both straight people and LGT.
I'll give it a shot man, thanks a bunch.
You got me, Anthony is my husbando.
I do play guitar but mostly textural stuff, blues or noisy metal improv, not so much jazz. Also make noise recordings with pedals, amp & guitar/mic. I do love listening to jazz though and plan on learning a bit of jazz style someday.
Anything Avant garde or outsider. It's a very wide and vague genre name, which is why I love it. There's lots like the Residents that are a lot different than more serious composers
Free improv of all varieties.
Minimal wave/underground coldwave.
Pop music of all varieties.
Any Weezer-revival/garage punk bullshit.
No. I'll post mine.
17 year old that just got into experimental music.
Probably has ADD or something like that.
then you're hating on Raga Rock too.
technical death metal
proto-progressive rock (Moody Blues, Canterbury Scene)
electronic dance music
teen pop (I like some of it but not interested at all)
>all these people uninterested in Metal nor Country
They're sort of in the middle for me. I don't mind either, but they're really on the same tier as hip-hop. Country might be a tier lower, but albums like A Long Road Home and Songs From Suicide Bridge are god-tier, so I don't know.
Electronic (futurebeats type shit, synthpop, IDM, footwork, wonky, etc.)
Hip Hop / rap (including instrumental hip hop)
Metal (I know there are like 4124 subgenres but I can't get into any metal so to me its just metal)
Singer - Songwriter / anything that could be labelled "acoustic"
>Talentless hacks are one-trick ponies. A hack is someone who uses the same tired elements, work after work, unable to think of original elements to write.
How is Harmony Korine not on this list? It would troll Korine fans, and he genuinely is the living embodiment of that statement.
>Why is French House so much better than every other electronic genre, so much better than EDM trash, Justice, Daft Punk, the list goes on... - 17 year old rock fan who just discovered Homework
Protip: French House IS EDM
Country is middle of the road for me, I actually really appreciate some of the songwriters in the genre, and like country flavors in other music I listen to. Pop country is garbage though.
post-hardcore/math rock/post-rock (but like the slinty, hoovery, rodany, trve emo kind though not american football or whatever)
experimental pop in general i guess
i'm not into metal or drone, ambient, etc
my attention span is too short
you seem like a total blast to be around
what's some good free improv
folk like what kind of folk? contemporary folk? folk pop? actual folk music?
what's wrong wi
if you've no interest in branching out besides those two artists, is it really somethinng you're most interested in, musically?
first of all, it's more future synth than anything else i am intrested in, Kavinsky is probably the most popular of the genre (but far from the best imo)
It's the sound of 80's electronic "future" music, mostly made today. Other notable artists are Carpenter Brut, Perturbator and M|O|O|N
Surprised no one mentioned Vaporwave before now
>What's some good free improv
My favorites are Masayuki Takayanagi, Such, Haino of course, Big City Orchestra, Loren Mazzacane Connors, and The Necks. It's one of the most diverse genres as it encourages total elimination of form and absolute creativity.
>literature is typically analyzed by taking passages of prose and interpreting them through the use of literary terms and devices
>[classical] music is typically analyzed by taking phrases of notes and interpreting them through the use of music theory
how do you extend this to noise? there's no form or structure whatsoever; it's just changing timbre, all of which sounds incredibly harsh to the ear.
I feel like you were the most popular of the outcast crowd in high school
Ugh I forgot teen pop even existed
alt-country (not too into it just interested from what I've heard, shoot me some recs)
what does "wonky" entail? Glitched out?
I don't really like
Seems like a cool guy even though I don't really like those genres
Ehhh I'm not huge on shoegaze personally but I'm slowly starting to enjoy it
You probably wanna be a girl
metal or any metal subgenre
folk punk / midwest emo
You tried to stick out in high school
Hates that he likes starbucks
Trying too hard/10
Is actually really friendly
Is really skinny
50 years + white
Most latin music in general like Reggueton, Salsa, Bachata etc.
Btw, there's a lot of other stuff I'm interested in, but I can't think of anything else to put on my "not itnerested" list.
technical death metal - I'm a big bass guitar nerd so...yeah, I enjoy playing it and listening to it
jazz-fusion - I enjoy listening to it and would like to be able to play in a jazz fusion band someday
classical - only got into it recently so if anyone can recommend me some stuff I would appreciate it
indie rock - never got into it, tried listening to some bands but it never clicked with me
any other kind of metal - over listened to it when I was younger and now I no longer enjoy listening to most metal bands
Rap - I guess because I play an instrument I spend most of my time listening to music which I would like to play. It's a poor excuse for not listening to a genre but it's the best one I've got.
Have you listened to pic related?
I love the bass in it
I've listened to one of their other songs but I don't think I've watched this. He's good, I wish more metal bass players wrote interesting bass lines like him instead of acting like a third guitar.