I like the most extreme forms of music on polar opposite ends of the spectrum. Death metal and pop. Nothing in between.
This makes me think of Babymetal. Best of both worlds. I think.
The funny thing is I can be an elitist, but very much appreciate well orchestrated genre bending music. That doesn't seem to make sense, but it's really about the commercialization of a genre that makes it so generic that it is only a shell of what it is supposed to be. I've seen it happen with electronic music and metal. Indie rock has gotten pretty bad over that last few years, and I am already seeing the fake hipster culture dying.
Post by Burrito Crane on May 24, 2017 2:15:48 GMT -8
If I were lying about TWENTY ØNE PILØTS I would also be lying about Black Dice, and Girth Drips, and Bjork, and Thee Oh Sees, and Frasier, and burritos, and the fact that I have never farted in my entire life not even once.
Nothin' but love bb straight from the heart to the music to yo' FACE
Honestly they've put work in, and I wouldn't be surprised if in 10 years or more, they play Sasquatch again in the same vein that LCD did this year. It was interesting because you could see that they represent a transition in popular music towards the trippy/undefined (multi-genre smorgasbord).