>What kind of music do you listen to, anon?
>ew what is that?
>It's just noise
>turn that shit off
I like how the worst review my favourite album has gotten when I play it at parties is
>"This is pretty good. After this song lets put on something more dance-able"
>in the car withy sister
>put on pic related since I didn't have any pleb friendly music other than radiohead and I already knew for a fact she wouldn't care for 'random computer noises'
>"what even is this anon? this guy's voice is giving me a headache, it sounds like garbage."
>later figure out that she literally can't listen to vocals/melodies with reverb or else she thinks it's shit and 'get a headache'
>playing any Bowie around normies that isn't Ziggy Stardust
>I've gotten that response from Ziggy and Heroes songs
>tfw your gf find your tibetan throat-singing playlist
You have it a bit better desu, I didn't really mention the fact that mine only made it a third of the way through the first two songs, and when I showed her Boys Latin another time she wanted me to turn it off and then put on fucking Melanie Martinez. Having a sibling that can actually appreciate any music other than the most basic top40 style pop would be pretty nice.
>listening to The Dismemberment Plan - Change
>brother and his girlfriend come over when Superpowers comes on
>she asked me to turn down my emo music
>2 minutes later they blasted https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFnZeopsqos
over the speakers
>proceed to do this for the next 5 hours
Most music I listen to is pretty accessible and at least some of my friends would like it in the right situation.
I'm just really bad at judging what people want to listen to in a certain situation, I guess you would call it pretty autistic on here.
I've actually tried to make a playlist before that I could play when someone asked me to put on music but I always digress and end up deleting it because I realize I've included tons of stuff people probably don't want to listen to.
fuck, typing that out, I do seem pretty autistic...