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Obviously I spent my teens in the 2000's and absolutely love that era of music but I am constantly searching for new music (now paying both to avoid litigation and to support the music I love). Can't put down any genre of music and especially enjoy hip hop and rap.
Everyday reader since 2008. As I get older and everyone around me gets older I find that I have fewer people interested in hearing the daily music news while I seem to get more attached to the scene. I realize what it takes for a band to continue making music and I try my best to support it through album sales, concert tickets, songshop, etc. Sadly, I can see the day I stop listening to music and am doing my best to not get out of the groove like so many do.
Most people just give up on their music, choosing to just listen to the radio or old cd's, thinking that music changed and its not what they grew up loving. I choose to grow with my music. There is not a chance in hell my 15 year old self would of liked "The Devil and God Are Raging Inside of Me" and I find it hard to listen to some of my favorite bands new stuff still but you learn to adapt. Nothing gold can stay and why would we want to listen to the same stuff over and over? No different then the people who can't get over classic rock.
Brand New, The Starting Line, Blink, NFG, A Day To Remember, Senses Fail, TBS, Say Anything,Man Overboard, Fall Out Boy, Houston Calls, Hit the Lights, Wiz Khalifa, Kanye, Kid Cudi, LMFAO, Wayne, etc.