My playlist has 80% of Alternative Rock, 20% of Hiphop or R&B.
I grew up in the music industry. My Dad’s a singer while my Mom plays the guitar. It is perhaps the reason why my sister got the talent of singing. I wonder where I got my skills in dancing though. Maybe from my past babysitters, don’t you think?
When I was younger, my grandmother always tell Mom to enroll us in different talent workshops. As I remember, I joined singing, dancing, acting and piano classes. But ofcourse, I developed my love to dance.
Music got stucked in my system since I was born. My Dad has a lot of mixtape collections of musicians. During the times that we both got nothing to do, we listen to it in a cassette player back when a tape was still famous. Most of the genres were Alternative Rock.
As I grew up exploring my taste for music, Alternative Rock was the one I keep listening to. Yes, I’m a dancer but there’s something to it that gives me sympathy.
The bands that were introduced to me back then were:
The Cranberries, Oasis, Linkin Park, Blink 182, Foo Fighters, Incubus, The Offspring,Vertical Horizon, Audioslave, Lifehouse, Matchbox Twenty, 3 Doors Down, The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Puddle of Mud, Nickelback, The Verve and Nada Surf.
Snow Patrol, Bloc Party, Coldplay, Lifehouse, Good Charlotte, Vertical Horizon, Taking Back Sunday, The Used, Incubus, Paramore, A Rocket To The Moon, Augustana, Nada Surf, Copeland, The Killers, Dashboard Confessional, The Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, Strays Don’t Sleep, Switchfoot, The Fray, The Temper Trap, The Academy Is…, The All-American Rejects, The Cab, All Time Low, Hey Monday, Oasis, The Verve and Muse.
As you can see, there’s still some same bands that I still keep. These bands never fail to make me feel better after a hard time.
This is also the reason why I always fall for guys in a band. Oops!