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What's your favourite genre of music?

Pop 7 10.94%
 
Rock 23 35.94%
 
Metal 14 21.88%
 
Hip-hop/rap 3 4.69%
 
Dance/EDM 5 7.81%
 
Country 1 1.56%
 
Jazz 0 0%
 
Classical 1 1.56%
 
Other 10 15.63%
 
Total:64

Metal is what I listen to most (bands from most of the sub genres). I like some rock, country, pop and hip hop too.



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Probably punk followed by thrash and grunge but I listen to basically any metal or rock subgenre



Rap/Hip-Hop.



Rock and Roll baby. Mainly classic and 90s rock.



Now this is a thread I can answer.

I like music in general and I don't like to limit my thoughts and views based on arbitrary genres - and I'd say that applies to all kinds of media, not just music -, but I'd be lying if I said I enjoyed rap as much as I do rock. I'm open to different tastes and am open to accepting that some rap or country or whatever song can be really good, but ultimately rock is what I like the most and there's no getting away from that. It's the genre that contains all of my favorite bands/artists, and it's the genre I write music in. So, that's the one.



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Indie Rock/Pop and Alternative Pop mostly.



Other R&B (Although, I know Americans refer to this as "pop" - which to me makes no sense at all. How can pop be a genre?)

Anyway, I like most music. The only genres I really don't like all that much are country, jazz, screamo, metal (and all of its 7894 sub-genres).

A few notable music genres that I really like that aren't on here are industrial rock, synth, new wave, grunge/alternative, and punk.



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Lots of hardcore and Jrock/metal.



PS5/Arcade Gamer

Mainly
Rock / Metal / Blues / Prog / Jazz / Fusion / classic pop (can't pick just one, also because I think a lot of the best music is a mix of different genres).
Add some punk / Hardcore / electro in small doses



Shoegazing/Dream pop

Post Punk

Industrial Rock

Art Rock

Alternative/Grunge

Hip Hop

Rap

R&B/American pop

American New Wave


New Wave/Synthpop



I describe myself as a little dose of toxic masculinity.