What's the most important aspect for you to like any particular music, song track or w/e?

Update:

For me it's creativeness

Update 2:

not to sound bigoted, but i'm expecting most would think genre, again it's dangerous to make generalizations..

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    As pretentious as it sounds, creative vision is probably the most important thing to me.

    There is a lot of music out there that is not particularly my thing, but I can understand why it is appreciated. I can respect why it is successful, why it is liked.

    When a musical artist has a plan to bring something original into the world, I can definitely appreciate that... whether it's pop music or theatre soundtrack or obscure noise-art.

    The most important aspect? I want musicians to "get" the idea of being creative, and participate in the artform.

    Popular music is strewn with posers and models who do not really care about music as a medium of genuine expression. I don't want pretty people, I don't want gimmicks, and I definitely don't want pathetic copies of other artists, I want sonic creativity.

    Any kind of music can be great. It's not about "genre". Pop, Metal, classical, country, electronica, reggae, whatever, it's about quality.

    • Mamianka
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      4 weeks agoReport

      Excellent response. Multi degreed career classical musician and music theorist here. To quote Ellington - "If it sounds good - it IS good."

  • 4 weeks ago

    For me mainly, musical skill & the way different instruments (& vocals) work together or interleave with each other.

    I like a range of music including heavy rock, blues rock, heavy metal, some techno etc., just about anything that has musical quality and originality in the writing / performance.

    There is a lot of other music where I don't like the overall piece for some reason - lyrics, style or just the persons voice is annoying or whatever & it's not stuff I'd play by choice - but I can still appreciate the quality of the performance when I do hear it.

    I don't get on with eg. thrash style where each musician is just making an endless noise; no matter how technically good each may be, if there is no overall teamwork and fitting together of the different parts, it's just a load of clockwork noise.

  • 4 weeks ago

    I don't think I can define any specific aspect. I like a variety of music, but not metal or opera.

  • 4 weeks ago

    To have a good beat, catchy lyrics, not too many mixed rythym's like ''Don't call me angel'' By Ariana Grande, that song is a perfect example of what I don't like. It sounds super messy.

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