Not really any in particular, save for popular country sometimes. Sleeping with an iPod of 20,000 songs on shuffle makes for an interesting life; music doesn't quite sound the same when you hear it after waking at 2am to piss. It may sound better than you ever realized. Context, mothafuckaz.
Most country (old and modern), most rap/hip-hip that can be summed up as "bling and bitches", a lot of pop music, upbeat techno/EDM.eurobeat, white boy/girl on guitar indie/folk, the majority of folk music and toothless indie rock.
Other than that, i'm pretty open to checking stuff out.
>blues was invented by black people
Blues originated from Irish folk you idiot, The Irish have played pentatonic scales since 900AD.
The blacks first heard it when the irish slaves were sent to the colonies by the brits. That was about 100 years before slavery in the US even happened.
Fucking idiots on this board.
>dismissing one of the most acclaimed artists of our generation.
In what fucking world is electronica, which isn't even a real genre, in any way related to the warped-scene crowd?
Also how do you evolve out of rap? Did you just tire yourself out from it or do you genuinely dislike all rap now?
Most of Tru Thoughts for a start.
Actually, get all the Tru Thoughts compilations, tons of great artists.
Are you fond of sand dunes and salty air?
see i know it's considered by some pleb to do that (though others argued its part of reaching musical maturity, whatever that means) but i guess you've got to have your filters when there's so much music available at the click of a button. otherwise i'd probs need _another_ external hard drive
alternative rock, midwest emo, twee, jangle pop, pop rap, any english speaking lyric-centric rap, any form of punk that isn't fused with something i'm actively interested in, glitch hop, glitch pop, chillstep, post-dubstep, any kind of uk bass, atmospheric sludge metal, atmospheric black metal post-2000, dsbm, 3rd wave post rock, classical crossover and shoegaze
yes i've given all of those a couple fair chances, and came to the conclusion rather spend my time with something else.
your loss i s'pose