“The Ultimate Rule ought to be: ‘If it sounds GOOD to you, it’s bitchin’; If it sounds BAD to YOU, it’s shitty. The more your musical experience, the easier it is to define for yourself, what you like and what you do not like. ” ~ Frank Zappa
It is normal that you try to classify music Some classify by music genre and sub-genre. Others divide it in commercial, academic, folkloric or popular And maybe you’ve heard that there are those two basic groups: good and bad. The good and bad way can come a little close, but it’s still not my way of classifying music. The thing is, I dislike the idea that me or anybody else may claim to be the reigning judge with absolute authority decide which music is good and which is bad dj punjab mp3.
I prefer that the determinant factor: my own taste To her own taste Let us decide for the music they like or dislike.
And what is the music I like, like? I do not know what’s your like, but mine is honest, expressive, passionate, original, innovative, risky, profound and intense. It is the one that makes me move my body I say it is this way because of the movements I can not necessarily call dancing (hahaha). it is the one that gives me goosebumps and makes me laugh, cry or sigh
I like hypnotic music, the one that has the Spanish people It’s the one that traps me, forces me to quit I like the one that transports me to another place, time or feeling. I like the one that makes me want to participate, even if it’s just a byk. I love the one that surprises me and activates my imagination. I’m seduced by the one that’s hard to classify and challenges all stereotypes. I’m conquered by the one that’s humble and positive, inspires me to be a better person and is part of the solution.
The one I do not like is cold, empty, predictable, superficial, generic and full of clichés. I do not appreciate it when I try it and I want to show it how much they play I’m not a big fan of mazacotes, mano mano, pirouettes or contests. I’m really do not like music that sounds like math, blah, blah, blah or filling. I do not like it when I have to analyze it or when it is so hollow that it gives me a brain short-circuit.
The exciting thing about classifying music according to our taste is that it is practically impossible to find Our taste is part of our identity, like some kind of musical fingerprint of DNA It is another way of expressing who we are and where we are going It shows where we are due to our taste constantly expands and contracts. It shows where we are going to be the compass.
Tastes change We have new experiences and discover new musics. Meanwhile, we stopped using some of the musics we used to like. It’s sort of like when you run in and exclaimed: How can I get attracted to this person?
Not everybody that ever wanted to rock Some keep their inner rocker hidden in the closet (hehehe). But there are also the die-hard beboppers, hip-hopers and rockers. It’s great that we have them around As far as me goes, I know the music I always listened to during my childhood.
There are music tastes that turn into a kind of religion or exclusive club whose members reject anyone who does same musics and artists as they do idolize. They usually go around in groups judging, criticizing and making fun of the people. Yes! Music elitists exist They are the ones that think their own music and the music they enjoy is the good ones. They also think that if someone does not like their music it’s because they are inferior beings with bad taste
Maybe you have had a close encounter with a music elitist somewhere. It’s been a long time since I belonged to any religion or club. Something tells me that I will never again will I do not fall in love with genres anymore. I fall in love with artists Sometimes the honeymoon will last very little and other times it ends up becoming one of those rare ’til death we are part of marriage.
I fall in love with artists that make their way through life and express themselves as a unique and original accent. I fall in love with the authentic ones I fall head over heals for the ones that are capable of wondering me by moving forward in the worlds that are still unknown to me. I’m captivated by the ones that are true brave leaders and pioneers, the ones that take risks, remain faithful to their identity.