No. For personal, critical listening, I only like VERY few bands. Most everything else sounds like a rusty garbage can to me.
On the other hand, music in a social setting is enjoyable in a wide variety, especially if it makes the most people happy.
Quite a disparity between the two arenas.
At one point, I worked in a few night clubs with house DJs, I had good friends who were hip hop celebrities and spent a lot of time in the studio, I
had "fun" friends who threw raves, when they were cool....I love D&B ad can listen to in all day. None of those venues appealed to me like my own
bands who could lift me up and energize my "self" quite the same way.
I always caution that every good genre of music has a scene that supports it. Living outside of that specific "scene" alienates a person....like the
white rap fan, or young people into nostalgic rock for irony or whatever. Unless YOU went to Woodstock, or Deep Ellum, or rode in a limo with Jay-Z or
went to Beastie Boys shows, or DJ VIP style with Daft Punk...it's just not the same. Also modern tv pop crapmusic offers 0% of the values I just
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