I enjoy many different kinds of music, my favorite is metal. Recently I’ve been listening to Tool as I’m attending a concert next month and am hyped.
Hardstyle - Drum and bass - Trance, in that order
psychedelic rock and psychedelic pop
rap - english, german, french
Peter Gabriel - best voice to me
The Killers / U2 (not last 2 albums) / Phil Collins / Genesis / The Magnetic Fields / Stars (canadian) / Human League / Future Islands / The Cure / La Roux / Imogen Heap / Lady Antebellum / Michael Jackson
But also shit like Tupac, Biggie, some Chris Brown, John Legend (Only the evolver album) / Rammstein (my only exception for that sort of music, I guess because they have a synth player), Kylie Minogue, rank1, captain jack, aqua / the mobile homes (swe) / mental theo & charlie lownoise, classical music when I need background and am on holiday reading, the list goes on.
Basically totally random taste, just only really hate anything remotely close to metal or pure rock but I can listen to anything else, I know what I like when I hear it, could be voice sometimes, or synth usage, or rap flow, or basslines or just pure tempo and joyful melody (like happy hardcore). Mostly I like synth + a good melody or a random voice that simply attracts me insta.
In my highschool days I only listened to U2, such a waste to only listen to 1 thing imo.
I try to see them all live too when still alive and touring/performing. So far Rammstein had the best show for me, followed closely by U2 360 with the claw, and Peter Gabriel (because I was 2nd row I guess, intimate), Phil Collins in London was also nice but the energy is totally gone with him sitting in a chair the whole show, so sadly Phils DVDs are 100x better to see 'live'. Human League was good too since small venues. The Cure also amazing since they play for 3 hours almost (and don't skip any album)
Only show I hated live was Future Islands, because the singer has the worst Microphone technique I have ever heard, you can barely hear him the entire night. He really needs proper training, it ruined the night in Paradiso for me, unhearable voice.
Gotta be more specific with your questions. I like soulful music, the truest kind. Hardest to master, the most enjoyable in the aftermath.
Bring me the horizon (not this poppy shit theyve been making lately tho)
...and from trendy music I like G-easy actually
Jazz and classical in the past 5 years or so. Before that blues rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock and acoustic rock.
mostly hard rock, a few dubstep gems here and there, electro house
Avicii and Public Service Broad Casting are 10/10
Kanye West, Kid Cudi, Denzel curry - for hiphop
Radiohead, Nirvana - Rock/alt
For trendy now maybe Billie Eilish or Lorde idk lol
Enjoy mostly heavy metal. Arch Enemy is the favorite band.
dmx, tupac, nate dogg, 50 cent
Arctic Monkeys & The Last Shadow Puppets
all metal but not grindcore
Horrorcore more edgy like rap
Also metal trap rap
Progressive metal/rock I guess.
A perfect circle
Calling all cars
Rhythm and blues, rock/soul ballads and some doo-wop recently.
Biggie smalls is the illest
Apples in Stereo is the best band ever
Rock music (from it's oldest forms to some heaviest types of metal, mostly: grunge, shoegaze, dream pop, stoner rock/metal, sludge metal, gothic music (The Cure, The Sisters Of Mercy, Type O Negative), prog/trip/psychedelic rock (The Gathering, King Crimson))
Before rock music I used to (I still do but much less) listen to heavy electronic music: oldschool hardstyle, hardcore, gabber, hard trance, acid trance, etc.
x is my fav artist all of time
sometimes techno dubstep hardstyle