genre breaking music
ShotGun21 last edited by
Anyone else on here find genres too restrictive to the music you make? our music is a mixture of 90's style indie groove, rock/metal riffs, grunge drums and prog/dance synths with samples thrown in and we have always had problems with fitting into a particular genre...have a listen at https://musicoin.org/nav/artist/0x4e95d1e57d4450e3836cb15d6166c9cab6616d38 and let us know what you think and post links to your genre breaking music..
To be honest I find this a problem on every site. I know genres are important so one can listen to the style of music one wants to but it does work if you are an artist that spans multiple genres.
I even invented my own genre of "industrial post-punk" as I wasn't even sure what my music was!
It would almost be better to say what genres your music isn't and then have it show up in all the others but obviously that is not a practical solution!
So the bottom line is: "yes but I don't have a solution!"
Brad Steele last edited by
I like the idea of filtering out what my catalog isn't. My stuff has been described as "on shuffle". I prefer "eclectic".
Sebastian Smith last edited by
I think I have this same issue. I have no clue what my music would be considered genre wise. I make soundtrack like songs that tend to have dark deep baselines, classical string voices, ambient synths, and reversed synth/strings made into background ambiance. And it isn't even limited to those things since my music is just...unique. I don't know, I can hardly describe most of my own stuff let alone put it into any catagory.
Oly681 last edited by
Just saying Hi and I like your music!