I've noticed that the older I get, the more different kinds of music I can enjoy listening to..
Closest to my heart is probably Metal/Hard Rock and Dance/R&B (I think we have too many genres lol). And I remember in my teens I would flee the room if someone put on something like country or opera, but later I gradually started to like country, and now I can even tolerate some opera. I like anything new once or more if I think it's good, and I like re-mixes and dubstep.
Hm, some link.. If you want to hear some pretty epic violin music / dubstep and covers I'd recommend checking out Lindsey Stirling.
EDIT: Came to think of opera and had to add this link, watch the whole thing.
i almost got no restrictions regarding to music (except most mainstream) and am open minded for new things (punkrock, hiphop, easy-listening, jazz, classic, electronic music in whole, etc, "preferred" ).... there are no bad artists, there are only bad songs.
for this one no explanations needed, klick it and enjoy a real artist!
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Link to my favorite album.
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My musical tastes are pretty broad, encompassing everything from Royksopp to the Rolling Stones and everything in between... My favorite kind of music is probably easy-listening Jazz, but my favorite era for music (and everything else really) is late 60s-early 70s