I like to expand my horizons as much as I can, but my ears are biased towards:
I have a Libre.Fm, but it tracks pretty much everything I watch too so it’s kind of hard to organize.
Trends of my ears' biases phases
Before high school: random stuff I either found on YouTube like Vocaloid, game soundtracks, or pop songs from the radio.
Freshman high school: electronic music, many from Monstercat, SoundCloud electronic music (includes some dubstep and other stuff)
Sophomore high school: (I’ll finish this later)
A random list of things I like
Honey (Medasin remix) by Kucka: I’ve listened to this song about a hundred times. I think this is the one song that I’ve listened to the most, possibly ever. It’s addicting.
Miso: Pretty much everything by her.
Ichika Nito: I first got into his work with his video, “Strangers” on YouTube.
You Must Believe in Spring by Bill Evans
FLYFF soundtrack: This is apparently “New Age” music and this is where I found out about that label. I’m craving that good vibes sounds.
I really liked TeddyLoid when I was younger
I really like MACROSS 82-99’s music 😌 They were one of the first of the future funk type of music makers I ever listened to (and possibly one of the first to make future funk type of music generally). Future funk is not as corny as plain disco, as it adds that good modern sounds that I crave so much.
Even to this day, I think MACROSS 82-99 is one of the best at hitting my itches for just the right kind of sounds that I want to hear out of future funk. I really love his stuff: it makes me so happy and energetic. Music that makes me want to dance are my favorite, and his does the trick.
I guess you could say future funk is tweaked so that Gen Z like me can vibe to it 😄
Yang Su Hyeok: The artist behind Mystic Messenger’s music. I still find myself actively craving to listen to the music of this game years later. Something about the chillness of it all.
Yerin Baek: Her voice is heavenly, and her music gives me much serotonin like Miso.
Dameer: He’s only released 3 songs officially, but each of them are so good and are so aesthetically pleasing with their official music videos! I’m in love with his art. As of writing this right now, he has released “Believe,” “Sun,” and “Easier.” My favorite song of the three would be “Sun,” but my favorite music video has to be “Believe,” probably because it reminds me of my childhood in Asia.
Ciki: a friend introduced me to him, and his voice is divine. I love his style of music too. So nice to vibe to.
DPR IAN: not only is his music satisfying to listen to, especially “Beautiful” and “Silhouette,” but as his music videos that he directs as put together by the DPR team are all beautiful masterpieces. They seem almost like movies in terms of quality, above that of typical music videos that even top-charters spend millions to put out. But even without the glory of the music videos, just listening to the music itself is great.
DPR LIVE: I found DPR through krnb playlists on youtube. Party, carefree vibes. A lot of the time, I just want something as simple as that; and DPR LIVE creates stuff of that type that hits.
PIRI: His rap is relentless–satisfying cathartic. If I feel like burning off some excess energy, all I gotta do is listen to PIRI.
샵일삼#13: This is a music channel of playlists, but this is a goldmine for me. I struggle a lot with searching for new music that I’ll actually like. Then I found this, and I hardly skip any song in any of these playlists. This is seriously a godsend to me, despite not even being able to read the channel name.
Very mainstream corner: