What kind of music do you like?

    What kind of music do you like?

    post #1 of 15
    Thread Starter 

    Perfumery is an art as is music.  I'm sure our choice in music can enhance our enjoyment of fragrance as fragrance can enhance the music.  So what do you like to listen to?  I'm a music junky!  I listen to a lot of what you might call "indie" music as well as alt-country and folk.  Also love jazz and avant-garde.  No Lady Ga Ga for me!! grin.gif 

     

    I'm loving the new album by the National... Trouble Will Find Me.

    post #2 of 15
    50's and 60's Pop, Country Western Classic, Great Male & Female vocalists of yesteryear & Broadway show tunes
    post #3 of 15
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hednic View Post

    50's and 60's Pop, Country Western Classic, Great Male & Female vocalists of yesteryear & Broadway show tunes


    Love classic country!!!

    post #4 of 15

    Anything and everything. Metal / classical have the largest representation in my collection.

    post #5 of 15

    rap hip hop and r&b. old school baby makin music stuff also

    Marvin Gaye

    Isley Bros. etc....

    post #6 of 15
    Just about anything, with notable exceptions being rap, hip hop, and country. I like my music varied, just like fragrances - there's always a different occasion or mood for everything.
    post #7 of 15

    These days I mainly listen to classical. In the past I enjoyed all sorts of things, electronic music, house, techno, metal, jazz, hardcore punk, older hip hop, dancehall, 60s, 80s, any era pop, industrial, etc you name it...the only genre I never warmed to is trance techno. Sadly it was what some of my friends liked to party to and I had to endure it quite a bit lol.
     

    post #8 of 15

    R&B, Hip Hop, and just about anything that makes me tap my feet.

    post #9 of 15

    Mainly Early Music, but also almost any type of classical music. 

    post #10 of 15
    Hard rock/metal and spooky chamber music.

    Nine Inch Nails
    The Birthday Massacre
    Amber Asylum
    Monster Magnet
    Type O Negative

    etc...
    post #11 of 15
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Slumberhoused View Post

    Hard rock/metal and spooky chamber music.

    Nine Inch Nails
    The Birthday Massacre
    Amber Asylum
    Monster Magnet
    Type O Negative

    etc...

    Slumberhoused... you should check out Kadavar if you haven't yet.  Great stuff!

     

    post #12 of 15

    Most things mentioned above, but very partial to jazz and a lot that is described as 'World Music' too.

    post #13 of 15

    Different styles, from death metal to electro music , Melody Gardot kind of music to John Legend and Josh Groban  , from Yael Naim to Die Antwoord   etc. I'm open to every thing is good.

    Don't like classical, opera ...

    post #14 of 15

    Pretty sweet, Bottle!  Reminds me of a more retro Monster Magnet.  I like the video - it is strangely creepy. I like how the blonde kid is just rogue-in' about.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    *Disclaimer: Slumberhoused does not advocate letting your blonde kids rogue about, especially around the stairs.

    post #15 of 15
    Thread Starter 

    Glad you like!  Those cats make a glorious noise for a three piece.  They're from Germany.
     

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    8/5/13 at 5:49pm

    BottleJunky said:



    Perfumery is an art as is music.  I'm sure our choice in music can enhance our enjoyment of fragrance as fragrance can enhance the music.  So what do you like to listen to?  I'm a music junky!  I listen to a lot of what you might call "indie" music as well as alt-country and folk.  Also love jazz and avant-garde.  No Lady Ga Ga for me!! grin.gif 

     

    I'm loving the new album by the National... Trouble Will Find Me.

    8/5/13 at 5:53pm

    hednic said:



    50's and 60's Pop, Country Western Classic, Great Male & Female vocalists of yesteryear & Broadway show tunes

    8/5/13 at 6:01pm

    BottleJunky said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hednic View Post

    50's and 60's Pop, Country Western Classic, Great Male & Female vocalists of yesteryear & Broadway show tunes


    Love classic country!!!

    8/5/13 at 9:09pm

    JON RODGERS said:



    Anything and everything. Metal / classical have the largest representation in my collection.

    8/6/13 at 8:31am

    Tony T said:



    rap hip hop and r&b. old school baby makin music stuff also

    Marvin Gaye

    Isley Bros. etc....

    8/6/13 at 8:49am

    remik said:



    Just about anything, with notable exceptions being rap, hip hop, and country. I like my music varied, just like fragrances - there's always a different occasion or mood for everything.

    8/6/13 at 9:19am

    Russel said:



    These days I mainly listen to classical. In the past I enjoyed all sorts of things, electronic music, house, techno, metal, jazz, hardcore punk, older hip hop, dancehall, 60s, 80s, any era pop, industrial, etc you name it...the only genre I never warmed to is trance techno. Sadly it was what some of my friends liked to party to and I had to endure it quite a bit lol.
     

    8/6/13 at 11:06am

    sjg3839 said:



    R&B, Hip Hop, and just about anything that makes me tap my feet.

    8/6/13 at 11:14am

    Ken_Russell said:



    Mainly Early Music, but also almost any type of classical music. 

    8/7/13 at 10:28am

    Slumberhoused said:



    Hard rock/metal and spooky chamber music.

    Nine Inch Nails
    The Birthday Massacre
    Amber Asylum
    Monster Magnet
    Type O Negative

    etc...

    8/7/13 at 10:45am

    BottleJunky said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Slumberhoused View Post

    Hard rock/metal and spooky chamber music.

    Nine Inch Nails
    The Birthday Massacre
    Amber Asylum
    Monster Magnet
    Type O Negative

    etc...

    Slumberhoused... you should check out Kadavar if you haven't yet.  Great stuff!

     

    8/7/13 at 11:41am

    lpp said:



    Most things mentioned above, but very partial to jazz and a lot that is described as 'World Music' too.

    8/7/13 at 1:26pm

    Ciprian said:



    Different styles, from death metal to electro music , Melody Gardot kind of music to John Legend and Josh Groban  , from Yael Naim to Die Antwoord   etc. I'm open to every thing is good.

    Don't like classical, opera ...

    8/7/13 at 4:10pm

    Slumberhoused said:



    Pretty sweet, Bottle!  Reminds me of a more retro Monster Magnet.  I like the video - it is strangely creepy. I like how the blonde kid is just rogue-in' about.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    *Disclaimer: Slumberhoused does not advocate letting your blonde kids rogue about, especially around the stairs.

    8/7/13 at 6:29pm

    BottleJunky said:



    Glad you like!  Those cats make a glorious noise for a three piece.  They're from Germany.