>tfw when you don't know who bowie even was until I heard about is death because I find pop music of the entire 20th century unbearable my entire life(so I don't know many pop producers) ,still don't care and continue listening to my electronic metal, drumstep and folk metal.
>>electronic metal, drumstep and folk metal.
Wow, what absolute trash taste
Why is there always one normie asshole on any thread here who can't respect other people's preferences and tries to make them feel bad about(not that I give a fuck about your opinion)? Go stick your chad pop, jazz, glam rock or whatever up your tender anus
We both have very different definitions of dark.
But seriously people like you who write off entire periods of music as shit while listening to music that was basically informed by it are truely trash.
I never wrote it off, I just don't like it. Throughout my entire childhood I thought I was one of those people who didn't care, wasnt moved and didn't have any feelings of music. But that was when my family listened only to pop, jazz, country and popestrades and I only had the chance to listen to these genres as well as what was on the radio(not much different). My feeling of music changed forever when I had the chance to find the genres I love on the internet.
>I called you a dork
>dork being a first-grade babby insult
>you freaked out this much
You're too edgy to appreiciate his brilliance.
But trust me one day you will admire Bowie.
When you mature.
What he's done recently doesn't matter anyway.
This rule applies for all rockstars.
They all have a golden-age period. I'd say his was in the 70's and early 80's.
That is his best stuff.
>What he's done recently doesn't matter anyway.
Then what should it matter if he's alive or dead?
I actually appreciate when musicians clock out while still glorious.
Might check out Black Star though, wouldn't have if he'd have stuck around for five more years.