slow jams, deep house, new wave hip hop, nu disco, mellow dubstep, minimal electronic, post-dubstep, dreamstep, onestep, twostep, redstep, bluestep, chillout, electronic remixes, future garage, underground hip-hop, chillpop, dreamwave, chillwave, blues-rock, surf-rock, female-vocalist, hip-hop remixes, experimental folk, folk, folktronic, indietronic, experimental, diplo, anything by riff raff (don't know why)
But who can keep up with all the genres?
Most influential albums of my lifetime:
I divide it into 3 basic groups: childhood (when I had no idea what was going on with music but I constantly listened to it), teen years 8th grade-senior year of high school (characterized by an affinity for emo scream transitioning to metal xXhardcoreXx and hard stuff), recent history characterized by an interest with indie and electronic
Childhood: Backstreet boys: Black & blue, Eifel 65: eifel 65 (played close to 5000 times), Blink 182 all
Teen years: Too much hardcore and scream, don't even remember them all, best were bring me the horizon: count your blessings, the devil wears prada: plagues
Recent history: bon iver:bon iver, sufjan stevens: the age of adz, A$AP Rocky: live.love.ASAP, the xx: the xx, everything by diplo ever