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[–] d_r0ck 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I've been into electronic music in one form of another since the mid-90s. Sasha and John Digweed were my goto for a long time. Nowadays I stay close to Synth-Wave/8-bit genres.

Here are some examples:

4mat Decades "Affectation"

4mat Surrender "Rodeo Deal" (this song is what got me into 8-bit/chiptunes)

Com Truise "Brokendate" (Com Truise is my current favorite artist)

Com Truise "Karova"

Groundislava "Final Impasse" (this is probably my current favorite song)

Times of Lore "Title (Hendrix Remix)"

Nitemoves "Tertre Rouge"

I also love classical piano like Satie's Gymnopedie 1 and Debussy's Clair De Lune.

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[–] gnosticmike 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

Well my search for a post I made explaining what I like proved unsuccessful on Voat. It goes like this:

Imagine a circle within a circle until you have 3 circles inside each other. The Inner Circle is Classical Music with traditional instruments and traditional arrangements.The Second Circle is Rock, Metal, and like with semi-traditional instruments to semi-traditional arrangements. Then the Outer Circle is Electronic Music, with non-traditional instruments and non-traditional arrangements. Each of the circles overlaps slightly to produce fusion genres. Each circle is bigger than the other, with the Outer Circle the biggest. Electronic music covers a broad array, dealing with electronic arrangements, instruments, or both, or neither. I hope that is a clear explanation of what I like. Thanks for asking!

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[–] moe 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

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[–] CrazyDaisy 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

My last.fm profile is xCrazyDaisyx.

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[–] Ice_princess 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

The two things I listen to most often are electroswing and vaporwave. I like a lot of stuff, but generally if music is being made with electronic sounds I'l most likely like it. I'm a fairly bubbly person so energetic music really gets to me, and electroswing hits the nail on the head more often than not. Vaporwave...It's hard to explain why I like it, it almost seems to hit some sort of deeper connection. It's kinda like my soundtrack, it's just..."Me", I guess.

Otherwise, I quite enjoy most forms of hip-hop, Pop is bubbly enough to enjoy while in a car or whatever. Oddly enough normal swing music really doesn't do it for me, along with most "Old" stuff. They're certainly alright but I'd prefer to listen to other stuff. I also dislike most forms of metal, but I won't judge people who like it. I can see the appeal but it's not for me.

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[–] d_r0ck 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I'm fairly deep in the electronic world, but haven't heard of these genres. Can you give me some song/artist examples I can check out?

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[–] Ice_princess 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Certainly! I'm not even that deep, though. I suppose I mostly just found some odd genres.

Macintosh Plus is the first "Vaporwave" music I've listened to, and seems somewhat iconic as the main example of the genre in my eyes.

I'm not sure if it's technically vaporwave, but it's close enough, probably. (Reminder that I don't really know my stuff.) But Bo en is my favorite artist by far. I absolutely love his stuff. Also, This website.

On the electroswing side of things, Caravan Palace is always a treat. There's also Parov Stelar who might be the creator of the genre.

These are just a few examples of the top of my head. I'm not really too deep into...anything, really. I'm very much still just discovering my tastes. There's a ton more to discover out there.

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[–] mysticinvader 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Anything with heavy bass

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[–] Gamerdog6482 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Prog rock and a little bit of classical.

I alternate between "Atom Heart Mother Suite" and "Requiem Mass in D minor" as my waking theme.

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[–] PieEater25 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I tend to listen mostly to hard rock and various metal sub-genres. I have been on a power/speed metal kick for a while now, though.

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