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I listen to practically every genre and I want to know as much music as possible. I mainly listen to rap and metal but (with this rule applying to other genres) if it sounds nice, I will genuinely enjoy it.

Below I will post spoilers of the genre name along with band names. If you want to explore, you're fully welcome.

Spoiler: Metal
Amity Affliction
Asking Alexandria
Attack Attack
Avenged Sevenfold
blessthefall
Breaking Benjamin
Bring Me The Horizon
Coldrain
Crossfaith
Dayseeker
Escape The Fate
Falling in Reverse
Gemini Syndrome
In Fear And Faith
InDirections
In This Moment
Killswitch Engage
Lamb Of God
Machinehead
Miss May I
Motionless In White
Of Mice & Men
Oh, The Irony
Parkway Drive
The Devil You Know
The Ghost Inside
Underoath
We Came As Romans

Spoiler: Rap
CES Cru
Chance The Rapper
Childish Gambino
G-Eazy
Gudda Gudda
I Love Makonnen
J. Cole
Jay Z
Kanye West
Kendrick Lamar
Lil B
Logic
R.A the Rugged Man
Rich Homie Quan
Schoolboy Q
Skepta
Tech N9ne
Tyler the Creator
Vinnie Paz

Spoiler: House/Dubstep/Electro/Various
Due to the general genre being too widespread, I'll be grouping these. I have a pastebin containing all of the music I listen to that I feel belong in this category.

http://pastebin.com/Hxq2Ja3T

Spoiler: Folk
The Decemberists

Spoiler: Rock
12 Stones
Red
Royal Blood
Skillet
Thousand Foot Krutch
Three Days Grace
Tribe Society

Spoiler: Indie
Arctic Monkeys
Jon Bellion
Rory Rodriguez
VITAMIN
@lux and I would suggest R.A the Rugged Man, he's new-old school.
Personally, as far as rap goes, I would suggest Yung Lean, Bones, Pouya, Xavier Wulf, and Kurupt.
(06-24-2015, 02:49 AM)m0dals0ul Wrote: [ -> ]@lux and I would suggest R.A the Rugged Man, he's new-old school.
Personally, as far as rap goes, I would suggest Yung Lean, Bones, Pouya, Xavier Wulf, and Kurupt.
Forgot RA, thanks for reminding. Also reminded me of Celph.

Will listen to the rest.
THANK YOU BASED GOD.

On topic: I'd recommend Odd Future, Tyler the Creator, Earl Sweatshirt, Mellowhype, Mac Miller, ASAP Ferg, ASAP Rocky, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Trinidad James, Waka Flocka, Chief Keef, Travis Scott, Slim Dunkin, Wiz Khalifa, Bones and Yung Lean.

@m0dals0ul gud list mang?
type these in on youtube

Logic freestyle
Pouya
bones/th@ kid
Xavier Wolf
yung lean
$uicideboy$
stitches
Kwame Katana
Denzel Curry
Tribe Society (A couple nice songs)
Chet Faker (Soul/RnB)


hope i helped
You have decent taste in metal. You should listen to some of the older music (ie. Van Halen, Ozzy, Santana), though. I've seen Ozzy live and it's definitely different from seeing Slayer/Slipknot live. If you've only listened to the new stuff, you need to listen to the old stuff. I'm sure @TheMercenary will agree.
Your taste in rap is different. I recommend Tyga and Tech N9ne. I used to listen to a lot of rap, but now I only listen to a few artists.
Wow. You don't have many good dubstep artists. I'd recommend Datsik, Excision (wow overrated), and Diplo. The suggestions are pretty generic, but it's what I listened to at first.
I don't listen to folk music much, so no comment there.

I'd recommend trying some other genres too. I'm not a fan of country, or even lighter rock. But occasionally I'll find a unique genre I enjoy.
(06-24-2015, 09:48 AM)Oni Wrote: [ -> ]You have decent taste in metal. You should listen to some of the older music (ie. Van Halen, Ozzy, Santana), though. I've seen Ozzy live and it's definitely different from seeing Slayer/Slipknot live. If you've only listened to the new stuff, you need to listen to the old stuff. I'm sure @TheMercenary will agree.
Your taste in rap is different. I recommend Tyga and Tech N9ne. I used to listen to a lot of rap, but now I only listen to a few artists.
Wow. You don't have many good dubstep artists. I'd recommend Datsik, Excision (wow overrated), and Diplo. The suggestions are pretty generic, but it's what I listened to at first.
I don't listen to folk music much, so no comment there.

I'd recommend trying some other genres too. I'm not a fan of country, or even lighter rock. But occasionally I'll find a unique genre I enjoy.

I don't like splitting up music into genres. There's no single genre that I like completely. I could listen to a few songs by one artist in one genre and love it, but hate everything else in that group.

I guess, to me, there's only good songs and bad songs. Not good and bad genres.
(06-24-2015, 10:07 AM)Eclipse Wrote: [ -> ]I don't like splitting up music into genres. There's no single genre that I like completely. I could listen to a few songs by one artist in one genre and love it, but hate everything else in that group.

I guess, to me, there's only good songs and bad songs. Not good and bad genres.
Preach it bruddah. <3

(06-24-2015, 09:48 AM)Oni Wrote: [ -> ]You have decent taste in metal. You should listen to some of the older music (ie. Van Halen, Ozzy, Santana), though. I've seen Ozzy live and it's definitely different from seeing Slayer/Slipknot live. If you've only listened to the new stuff, you need to listen to the old stuff. I'm sure @TheMercenary will agree.
Your taste in rap is different. I recommend Tyga and Tech N9ne. I used to listen to a lot of rap, but now I only listen to a few artists.
Wow. You don't have many good dubstep artists. I'd recommend Datsik, Excision (wow overrated), and Diplo. The suggestions are pretty generic, but it's what I listened to at first.
I don't listen to folk music much, so no comment there.

I'd recommend trying some other genres too. I'm not a fan of country, or even lighter rock. But occasionally I'll find a unique genre I enjoy.
For me, I find older metal to be harder to listen to. A big problem with that is I have a ear that only loves music that has a certain sort of sound that's accomplished by bands I've listed. I find the newer sound to be more melodic and that's something that becomes the greatest enjoyment to me. If you know older metal that is more melodic and you care to share some titles, I'd love to listen. I forgot Slipknot, thank you.

The reason my rap list is small is due to not remembering every artist. Thanks for reminding me of Tech N9ne. Tyga, I'll give a shot.

My dubstep is sooo bad, I know. My main usage for it is for background while I'm playing Smite but I'll definitely check out the artists you've listed.

As for newer genres, if you know songs you'd recommend, send them my way.
(06-24-2015, 01:21 AM)krozy Wrote: [ -> ]I listen to practically every genre and I want to know as much music as possible. I mainly listen to rap and metal but (with this rule applying to other genres) if it sounds nice, I will genuinely enjoy it.

Below I will post spoilers of the genre name along with band names. If you want to explore, you're fully welcome.

Spoiler: Metal
Amity Affliction
Asking Alexandria
Attack Attack
Avenged Sevenfold
blessthefall
Breaking Benjamin
Bring Me The Horizon
Coldrain
Crossfaith
Dayseeker
Escape The Fate
Falling in Reverse
Gemini Syndrome
In Fear And Faith
InDirections
In This Moment
Killswitch Engage
Lamb Of God
Machinehead
Miss May I
Motionless In White
Of Mice & Men
Oh, The Irony
Parkway Drive
The Devil You Know
The Ghost Inside
Underoath
We Came As Romans

Spoiler: Rap
CES Cru
Chance The Rapper
Childish Gambino
G-Eazy
Gudda Gudda
I Love Makonnen
J. Cole
Jay Z
Kanye West
Kendrick Lamar
Lil B
Logic
R.A the Rugged Man
Rich Homie Quan
Schoolboy Q
Skepta
Tech N9ne
Tyler the Creator
Vinnie Paz

Spoiler: House/Dubstep/Electro/Various
Due to the general genre being too widespread, I'll be grouping these. I have a pastebin containing all of the music I listen to that I feel belong in this category.

http://pastebin.com/Hxq2Ja3T

Spoiler: Folk
The Decemberists

Spoiler: Rock
12 Stones
New Medicine
Red
Royal Blood
Skillet
Thousand Foot Krutch
Three Days Grace
Tribe Society

Spoiler: Indie
Arctic Monkeys
Jon Bellion
Rory Rodriguez
VITAMIN


Have to quote the post since no longer allowed to edit OP.
(09-04-2014, 01:04 PM)markgl Wrote: [ -> ]I played sims 4 but still prefer the 3.

(06-24-2015, 07:35 PM)krozy Wrote: [ -> ]Preach it bruddah. <3

For me, I find older metal to be harder to listen to. A big problem with that is I have a ear that only loves music that has a certain sort of sound that's accomplished by bands I've listed. I find the newer sound to be more melodic and that's something that becomes the greatest enjoyment to me. If you know older metal that is more melodic and you care to share some titles, I'd love to listen. I forgot Slipknot, thank you.

The reason my rap list is small is due to not remembering every artist. Thanks for reminding me of Tech N9ne. Tyga, I'll give a shot.

My dubstep is sooo bad, I know. My main usage for it is for background while I'm playing Smite but I'll definitely check out the artists you've listed.

As for newer genres, if you know songs you'd recommend, send them my way.

Last 3 songs I listened to:




Generally I just scour YouTube for new music, since Pandora and similar services get repetitive.
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