Music Genres List

The most comprehensive list of genres of music available on the Internet

Music comes in many different types and styles ranging from traditional rock music to world pop, easy listening and bluegrass. Many genres have a rich history or geographical significance, a cult following or music roots that go far beyond the 20th century.

What is a music genre?

The Music Genres List site covers many of the most popular styles of music, the site is becoming the definitive list of music genres on the Internet – thanks to you – and if you feel any music genres are missing (we’re sure there are many!) please send an email to add @ musicgenreslist dot com and we’ll add to get closer to completing the music list of genres.

And a big thank you to the folks who have already sent in suggestions. We haven’t added them all as some are not easily verified or differentiated from our current list (and we get many music genres suggestions that are duplicates), however all the genres we can research and confirm as valid or derivatives or existing genres or music types, we’ve added and have attributed by way of thanks.

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  • Alternative
    • Art Punk
    • Alternative Rock
    • College Rock
    • Crossover Thrash (thx Kevin G)
    • Crust Punk (thx Haug)
    • Experimental Rock
    • Folk Punk
    • Goth / Gothic Rock
    • Grunge
    • Hardcore Punk
    • Hard Rock
    • Indie Rock
    • Lo-fi (hat tip to Ben Vee Bedlamite)
    • New Wave
    • Progressive Rock
    • Punk
    • Shoegaze (with thx to Jackie Herrera)
    • Steampunk (with thx to Christopher Schaeffer)
  • Anime
  • Blues
    • Acoustic Blues
    • Chicago Blues
    • Classic Blues
    • Classic Female Blues
    • Contemporary Blues
    • Country Blues
    • Delta Blues
    • Electric Blues
    • Folk Blues
    • Harmonica Blues
    • Jazz Blues
    • Jump Blues
    • Memphis Blues
    • Modern Blues
    • New Orlean Blues
    • NY Blues
    • Piano Blues
    • Ragtime Blues (cheers GFS)
    • Rhythm Blues
    • Soul Blues
    • Swamp Blues
    • Texas Blues
    • Urban Blues
    • Vandeville
    • Children’s Music
      • Lullabies
      • Sing-Along
      • Stories
    • Classical
      • Avant-Garde
      • Baroque
      • Chamber Music
      • Chant
      • Choral
      • Classical Crossover
      • Contemporary Classical (thx Julien Palliere)
      • Early Music
      • Expressionist (thx Mr. Palliere)
      • High Classical
      • Impressionist
      • Medieval
      • Minimalism
      • Modern Composition
      • Opera
      • Orchestral
      • Renaissance
      • Romantic (early period)
      • Romantic (later period)
      • Wedding Music
    • Comedy
      • Novelty
      • Standup Comedy
      • Vaudeville (cheers Ben Vee Bedlamite)
    • Commercial (thank you Sheldon Reynolds)
      • Jingles
      • TV Themes
    • Country
      • Alternative Country
      • Americana
      • Bluegrass
      • Contemporary Bluegrass
      • Contemporary Country
      • Country Gospel
      • Country Pop (thanks Sarah Johnson)
      • Honky Tonk
      • Outlaw Country
      • Traditional Bluegrass
      • Traditional Country
      • Urban Cowboy
    • Dance (EDM – Electronic Dance Music – see Electronic below – with thx to Eric Shaffer-Whiting & Drew :-))
      • Club / Club Dance (thx Luke Allfree)
      • Breakcore
      • Breakbeat / Breakstep
      • Brostep (cheers Tom Berckley)
      • Chillstep (thx Matt)
      • Deep House (cheers Venus Pang)
      • Dubstep
      • Electro House (thx Luke Allfree)
      • Electroswing
      • Exercise
      • Future Garage (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Garage
      • Glitch Hop (cheers Tom Berckley)
      • Glitch Pop (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Grime (thx Ran’dom Haug / Matthew H)
      • Hardcore
      • Hard Dance
      • Hi-NRG / Eurodance
      • Horrorcore (thx Matt)
      • House
      • Jackin House (with thx to Jermaine Benjamin Dale Bruce)
      • Jungle / Drum’n’bass
      • Liquid Dub(thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Regstep (thanks to ‘Melia G)
      • Speedcore (cheers Matt)
      • Techno
      • Trance
      • Trap (thx Luke Allfree)
    • Disney
    • Easy Listening
      • Bop
      • Lounge
      • Swing
    • Electronic
      • 2-Step (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • 8bit – aka 8-bit, Bitpop and Chiptune – (thx Marcel Borchert)
      • Ambient
      • Bassline (thx Leon Oliver)
      • Chillwave(thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Chiptune (kudos to Dominik Landahl)
      • Crunk (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
      • Downtempo
      • Drum & Bass (thx Luke Allfree)
      • Electro
      • Electro-swing (thank you Daniel Forthofer)
      • Electronica
      • Electronic Rock
      • Hardstyle (kudos to Dominik Landahl)
      • IDM/Experimental
      • Industrial
      • Trip Hop (thank you Michael Tait Tafoya)
    • Enka
    • French Pop
    • German Folk
    • German Pop
    • Fitness & Workout
    • Hip-Hop/Rap
      • Alternative Rap
      • Bounce
      • Dirty South
      • East Coast Rap
      • Gangsta Rap
      • Hardcore Rap
      • Hip-Hop
      • Latin Rap
      • Old School Rap
      • Rap
      • Turntablism (thank you Luke Allfree)
      • Underground Rap
      • West Coast Rap
    • Holiday
      • Chanukah
      • Christmas
      • Christmas: Children’s
      • Christmas: Classic
      • Christmas: Classical
      • Christmas: Comedy
      • Christmas: Jazz
      • Christmas: Modern
      • Christmas: Pop
      • Christmas: R&B
      • Christmas: Religious
      • Christmas: Rock
      • Easter
      • Halloween
      • Holiday: Other
      • Thanksgiving
    • Indie Pop
    • Industrial
    • Inspirational – Christian & Gospel
      • CCM
      • Christian Metal
      • Christian Pop
      • Christian Rap
      • Christian Rock
      • Classic Christian
      • Contemporary Gospel
      • Gospel
      • Christian & Gospel
      • Praise & Worship
      • Qawwali (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
      • Southern Gospel
      • Traditional Gospel
    • Instrumental
      • March (Marching Band)
    • J-Pop
      • J-Rock
      • J-Synth
      • J-Ska
      • J-Punk
    • Jazz
      • Acid Jazz (with thx to Hunter Nelson)
      • Avant-Garde Jazz
      • Bebop (thx Mwinogo1)
      • Big Band
      • Blue Note (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
      • Contemporary Jazz
      • Cool
      • Crossover Jazz
      • Dixieland
      • Ethio-jazz (with thx to Jillian Edwards)
      • Fusion
      • Gypsy Jazz (kudos to Mike Tait Tafoya)
      • Hard Bop
      • Latin Jazz
      • Mainstream Jazz
      • Ragtime
      • Smooth Jazz
      • Trad Jazz
    • K-Pop
    • Karaoke
    • Kayokyoku
    • Latin
      • Alternativo & Rock Latino
      • Argentine tango (gracias P. Moth & Sandra Sanders)
      • Baladas y Boleros
      • Bossa Nova (with thx to Marcos José Sant’Anna Magalhães & Alex Ede for the reclassification)
      • Brazilian
      • Contemporary Latin
      • Cumbia (gracias Richard Kemp)
      • Flamenco / Spanish Flamenco (thank you Michael Tait Tafoya & Sandra Sanders)
      • Latin Jazz
      • Nuevo Flamenco (and again Michael Tafoya)
      • Pop Latino
      • Portuguese fado (and again Sandra Sanders)
      • Raíces
      • Reggaeton y Hip-Hop
      • Regional Mexicano
      • Salsa y Tropical
    • New Age
      • Environmental
      • Healing
      • Meditation
      • Nature
      • Relaxation
      • Travel
    • Opera
    • Pop
      • Adult Contemporary
      • Britpop
      • Bubblegum Pop (thx Haug & John Maher)
      • Chamber Pop (thx Haug)
      • Dance Pop
      • Dream Pop (thx Haug)
      • Electro Pop (thx Haug)
      • Orchestral Pop (thx Haug)
      • Pop/Rock
      • Pop Punk (thx Makenzie)
      • Power Pop (thx Haug)
      • Soft Rock
      • Synthpop (thx Haug)
      • Teen Pop
    • R&B/Soul
      • Contemporary R&B
      • Disco (not a top level genre Sheldon Reynolds!)
      • Doo Wop
      • Funk
      • Modern Soul (Cheers Nik)
      • Motown
      • Neo-Soul
      • Northern Soul (Cheers Nik & John Maher)
      • Psychedelic Soul (thank you John Maher)
      • Quiet Storm
      • Soul
      • Soul Blues (Cheers Nik)
      • Southern Soul (Cheers Nik)
    • Reggae
      • 2-Tone (thx GFS)
      • Dancehall
      • Dub
      • Roots Reggae
      • Ska
    • Rock
      • Acid Rock (with thanks to Alex Antonio)
      • Adult-Oriented Rock (thanks to John Maher)
      • Afro Punk
      • Adult Alternative
      • Alternative Rock (thx Caleb Browning)
      • American Trad Rock
      • Anatolian Rock
      • Arena Rock
      • Art Rock
      • Blues-Rock
      • British Invasion
      • Cock Rock
      • Death Metal / Black Metal
      • Doom Metal (thx Kevin G)
      • Glam Rock
      • Gothic Metal (fits here Sam DeRenzis – thx)
      • Grind Core
      • Hair Metal
      • Hard Rock
      • Math Metal (cheers Kevin)
      • Math Rock (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Metal
      • Metal Core (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Noise Rock (genre – Japanoise – thx Dominik Landahl)
      • Jam Bands
      • Post Punk (thx Ben Vee Bedlamite)
      • Prog-Rock/Art Rock
      • Progressive Metal (thx Ran’dom Haug)
      • Psychedelic
      • Rock & Roll
      • Rockabilly (it’s here Mark Murdock!)
      • Roots Rock
      • Singer/Songwriter
      • Southern Rock
      • Spazzcore (thx Haug)
      • Stoner Metal (duuuude)
      • Surf
      • Technical Death Metal (cheers Pierre)
      • Tex-Mex
      • Time Lord Rock (Trock) ~ (thanks to ‘Melia G)
      • Trash Metal (thanks to Pierre A)
    • Singer/Songwriter
      • Alternative Folk
      • Contemporary Folk
      • Contemporary Singer/Songwriter
      • Indie Folk (with thanks to Andrew Barrett)
      • Folk-Rock
      • Love Song (Chanson – merci Marcel Borchert)
      • New Acoustic
      • Traditional Folk
    • Soundtrack
      • Foreign Cinema
      • Movie Soundtrack (thanks Julien)
      • Musicals
      • Original Score
      • Soundtrack
      • TV Soundtrack
    • Spoken Word
    • Tex-Mex / Tejano (with thx to Israel Lopez)
      • Chicano
      • Classic
      • Conjunto
      • Conjunto Progressive
      • New Mex
      • Tex-Mex
    • Vocal
      • A cappella (with kudos to Sheldon Reynolds)
      • Barbershop (with thx to Kelly Chism)
      • Doo-wop (with thx to Bradley Thompson)
      • Gregorian Chant (hat tip to Deborah Knight-Nikifortchuk)
      • Standards
      • Traditional Pop
      • Vocal Jazz
      • Vocal Pop
    • World
      • Africa
      • Afro-Beat
      • Afro-Pop
      • Asia
      • Australia
      • Cajun
      • Calypso (thx Gerald John)
      • Caribbean
      • Carnatic (Karnataka Sanghetha – thx Abhijith)
      • Celtic
      • Celtic Folk
      • Contemporary Celtic
      • Coupé-décalé (thx Samy) – Congo
      • Dangdut (thank you Achmad Ivanny)
      • Drinking Songs
      • Drone (with thx to Robert Conrod)
      • Europe
      • France
      • Hawaii
      • Hindustani (thank you Abhijith)
      • Indian Ghazal (thank you Gitika Thakur)
      • Indian Pop
      • Japan
      • Japanese Pop
      • Klezmer
      • Mbalax (thank you Samy) – Senegal
      • Middle East
      • North America
      • Ode (thank you Sheldon Reynolds)
      • Piphat (cheers Samy B) – Thailand
      • Polka
      • Soca (thx Gerald John)
      • South Africa
      • South America
      • Traditional Celtic
      • Worldbeat
      • Zydeco

Different types of music genres
2009-2018 Music Genres List

54 comments for “Music Genres List

  1. Carrie
    July 22, 2016 at 3:28 am

    You should also add Muzak, elevator music (which people say is different than Muzak and I think so too to an extent), new jack swing, and third wave ska. And yodeling, if it is considered a music genre. I don’t think you have any of these, at least that I could see.

  2. Moose
    July 26, 2016 at 10:53 am

    I beilive Tropical House should be added to the list. The artist who coined the term is Thomas Jack

  3. Alex
    August 13, 2016 at 1:22 am

    I’m trying to put together a playlist featuring a track from each genre… Have you already done this?

    • admin
      October 17, 2016 at 1:36 am

      Nope. But I was thinking about adding snippets of music for various genres. Just a lot of work! 🙂

      • Heather
        June 20, 2018 at 5:51 am

        Is calypso on the list?

    • Val
      May 24, 2018 at 12:55 am

      Me too I want to start having an open mind of all music ?each genre is a different perspective in my opinion

  4. Terry Burns
    August 26, 2016 at 12:48 am

    What is boogy woogy music called?

    • admin
      October 17, 2016 at 1:34 am

      “Boogie-woogie is a musical genre that became popular during the late 1920s, but developed in African American communities in the 1870s. It was eventually extended from piano, to piano duo and trio, guitar, big band, country and western music, and gospel.”

  5. Mir
    August 31, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    I love rap.. I am a rapper

    • Alec Garner
      July 17, 2018 at 4:26 am

      I hate rap, i dont understand how people who dont play instrument’s consider them selfs artists? They could be called performer’s. I appreciate any music who actually uses instuments. Instead of sitting and plaing with a computer. No rap artist will ever reach the height oh zeppelin or the Beatles. Elvis or even MJ, pink Floyd, the stones. Never, bevause there lack of real talent. Most don’t even write their own music.

      • Roxanne
        October 1, 2018 at 2:12 pm

        Why are you being such a downer? Plus you’re just mad because you enjoy living in the past than enjoying the moment.

      • Archie
        October 4, 2018 at 2:55 pm

        Just because some people have ghost writers doesn’t mean all of them to do. also, Do you consider poems art? because of rap is just faster musical rap

      • Lily Drimm
        October 5, 2018 at 5:36 pm

        So a singer isn’t an artist? A rapper isn’t as well while they write theirnown lyrics that can really be peotry sometime and you’re saying rap isn’t art?

      • Lily Drimm
        October 5, 2018 at 5:43 pm

        So a singer isn’t an artist? A rapper isn’t as well while they write theirnown lyrics that can really be peotry sometime and you’re saying rap isn’t art?
        I can name you many rappers that are really talentuous, write their own lyrics, compose, even some I know had create their own beats ^^
        And there is a hip-hop/rap/pop group right now that kill the charts, records and even went on UN to do a speach…
        Rappers can be genius as well.

      • October 6, 2018 at 5:05 pm

        IoI it does sometimes seem that way, but it’s amazing how they can do it so fast with that type of flow, a lot, sadly really aren’t good, just sometimes saying a couple of words and making up stupid words just for the rhyme is eye-rolling-ly nauseating,
        but, ones with a flow and a meaning in it, not just saying money one-hundred-eighty-times in a row, are spectacular,

        In my opinion, a singer who only sings others music, doesn’t play any instrument and doesn’t write , is worst.

      • Cole
        October 7, 2018 at 9:23 pm

        If an individual can take a computer and use it to create a beat or a tune through programs, that computer definitely then becomes an instrument of sorts. Also, I really doubt any rapper is trying to reach the same pinnacle that The Beatles or Led Zepplin achieved. That’s not their style of music so they’re climbing a different mountain to reach other heights away from people like you that hate something that’s different and doesn’t suit their tastes. I’m personally a huge fan of The Beatles, Led Zepplin, Tupac & Kendrick because the talent they produced/produce is obvious, even thought extremely different.

      • October 16, 2018 at 6:43 am

        Alec Garner, it’s absurd to say you hate Rap for the reason you mentioned above. The days of analog music are gone. It’s digital age and computer age, no one can change that. With all due respect to all the great artists you mentioned as greatest heights in music. But I’ve to tell you their songs were great then, not now that music has overgrown and magnified. It’s now music of today and tomorrows, not music of the past and yesteryears!

  6. Iván Guerrero
    September 3, 2016 at 6:01 am

    Metal Industrial
    Nu Metal
    Trash Metal
    Gothic Metal
    Black Metal
    Heavy Metal

  7. September 4, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    Inspirational: Spirituals, Hymns, Traditional

    Q. Is Hippie a musical genre?

    • admin
      October 17, 2016 at 1:32 am

      No 🙂

    • Johnson Jahner (Ken)
      October 15, 2018 at 6:48 pm

      “Hippie Rock” is basically Psychedelic and/or Acid Rock i.e. Greatful Dead and possibly Hendrix.

  8. Ian Dury
    September 12, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    Love the list, would be great if you could start adding dates too!

  9. Ness
    September 19, 2016 at 1:20 pm


  10. Jonathan
    September 29, 2016 at 5:16 am

    Hi. Where is Folk Metal? Represents bands like Finntroll, Enslaved, Korpiklaani etc 🙂

  11. KoSithu Nyeim
    October 13, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    Please ! I want to learn musicgenres .
    Give me a chance

  12. Rameen rajpoot
    May 18, 2018 at 8:11 pm


  13. Muscovy duck
    May 20, 2018 at 9:38 pm

    Great list! Didn’t know there were so many genres! I’m not sure if you put this or not but is KPOP a genre?

  14. Damon Linley
    May 21, 2018 at 12:23 am

    You forgot nu metal

  15. Mateo Arsenault
    May 22, 2018 at 2:10 am


  16. Marcel
    May 24, 2018 at 4:55 am

    No Latino, Salsa or South American?

  17. Jacob
    May 31, 2018 at 2:41 pm

    Maybe I missed it but where is Avant-Funk?

  18. Michael kanno
    June 25, 2018 at 7:57 pm

    I think house should be added to the list , as a genre on its own , because it has other sub-genres ,

    The sub genres should be:

    Funk House / Radio

    This is like electronica with a dull gospel background.

    Ghetto house

    This is like rap and electronica

    Ghost house

    This is like Ghost themed sounds with electronica


    This is the normal sub genres of electronic

    Jazz house

    Spooky house

    This is like electronica with a soul background.

    Spooky funk House

    This is electrica with soul and gospel background ( e.g Sia bring it to me)

    Spooky rock house

    Electronica with soul and pop or rock ( e.g Katy Perry , Ur so gay)

    Fun house

    Like electronica and children’s song ( e.g pink funhouse)

    Electro house

  19. Eva
    August 1, 2018 at 5:08 pm

    I think this list is more than wrong. And it’s quite wrong to put it at all, because this is spreading false information. For example, you are listing “christmas” as if it was an own genre — but infact a genre is not defined by the meaning of a tune. There are many Christmas songs that definitely and officially belong to the pop-genre for example. According to your list they make up an own genre..? And you are listing subgenres of Rock under another classification….? How does that make sense? I mean — you can “filter” genres — but not in the same breath as you are categorising them. It’s like making a list of mammals and all it’s species and amonst all the species and their subspecies, you start listing all animals that can swim. You wouldn’t do that either, would you? Please either correct this article or delete it.

    • Anthony
      September 25, 2018 at 2:47 am

      Then maybe YOU should put together a list instead of criticizing this one? It’s easy to throw mud when you do nothing yourself, huh?

    September 26, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    What about Eminems gener of music:

    • Archie
      October 4, 2018 at 2:55 pm

      Why you hating

  21. Lucas
    September 28, 2018 at 12:46 am

      Pop rap (or hip pop) is a pop music influenced style of hip hop that contains pop-influenced melodic hooks and pop influenced melodies. The style became popular in the early 1990s, as hip hop music found commercial success. Pop rappers such as Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer were more radio-friendly than the explicit lyrics of gangsta rap such as Ice-T.

  22. Lucas
    September 28, 2018 at 12:49 am

    Hip hop is a cultural movement that originated in the working class communities of New York City, United States, in the late 1970s.[1][2][2] DJ Afrika Bambaataa first outlined the five pillars of hip-hop culture: MCing, DJing, breaking, graffiti writing, and knowledge.[3][4][5][6] Other elements include beatboxing, hip hop fashion, and slang. Since first emerging in the South Bronx, hip hop culture has spread around the world.[7] When hip hop music began to emerge, it was based around disc jockeys who created rhythmic beats by looping breaks (small portions of songs emphasizing a percussive pattern) on two turntables, which is now more commonly referred to as sampling. This was later accompanied by “rap” (a rhythmic style of chanting or poetry more formally in 16 bar measures or time frames) and beatboxing, a vocal technique mainly used to imitate percussive elements of the music and various technical effects of hip hop DJs. An original form of dancing and particular styles of dress arose among lovers of this new music. These elements experienced considerable refinement and development over the course of the history of the culture.

  23. Ligma Ligma Yes Papa
    September 30, 2018 at 2:05 am

    A minor quibble: Baroque music is different from classical music. Baroque music should hence not be a subcategory of classical because baroque dates back to 17th century, when pianos aren’t invented yet and harpsichords are used instead, which explains why most baroque music have detached notes (e.g. Bach, Handel). Classical, on the other hand, has rich harmonies and a lot of scale-like notes. Classical dates back to 18th century (e.g. Mozart, Beethoven)
    Hope this helps.

  24. October 2, 2018 at 5:53 am

    Dear sir
    I think you overlooked some music types which are very ancient and very comprehensive, with their own melody and language. You only mentioned Ethio-jazz, which is a very small part of the types in that country. There are more than 11 styles which are unique and some inherent. I am doing a research on identifying and classifying those styles from the rest of the international music. So far I got successful result on identifying and classifying most of them. Let me give you the lists first. If you require I can give you sample songs with description of the style and other information. These styles use a pentatonic scale which is different form the diatonic scale that almost the whole world is using.
    I believe they need to be included in the list. Some of them existed since the 3rd century as religion songs.
    Tizita /Waltz in pentatonic scale
    Somaligna (Not the country Somalia song)
    Ethiopian Orthodox church songs styles
    … and more

    Please contact me if you need any explanation and resource about the styles.
    My email (i think you can find it on the comments module)

    Best regards
    Fitsum Tesfaye
    Hawassa University
    Hawassa, Ethiopia

  25. October 2, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    this is nowhere near a complete list of musical genres… what about witch hop or s3rl… or happy hardcore… or future base. was just wanting to point that out… there is way to much music for anyone but a large team of hundreds to list and research.

  26. RS
    October 4, 2018 at 12:33 am

    French House, Happy Hardcore, Nightcore, mumble rap

  27. October 10, 2018 at 12:28 am

    Under your country genre I see you have Country Gospel. That is great however the correct name should be Inspirational Country, which includes Country Gospel. The Radio Station I worked at was Inspirational Country, which includes Artsit like George Strait, Josh Turner, Clay Walker, Vince Gill, Garth Brooks, Reba, ECT and only there songs that are inspirational but also many many Independent Artist like Jenna Faith, Johnny Rowlett, Chris Hale, Chuck Day, Lisa Daggs ECT . Other Radio Stations like Heavens Country in Colorado, Camp meeting Radio in Knoxville, HLE Radio in Jennings Lousiana, not to mention KVVO 94.1 Inspirational Country Radio in Abilene Texas as well as tons of others are known as Inspirational Country Radio Stations. The Inspirational Country/ Gospel Is taking off in a major way and has been the last several years especially. Sunday’s Kind of Country Radio and Tv also are known for this out of Tenn.
    Country Gospel is great but the true name for it Inspirational Country Music. Its country music with a message, FAITH, FAMILY, COUNTRY whether that be an artist singing about the love of his wife or girlfriend to an artist singing about restoring a mustang ect. It all falls under Inspirational Country which includes the Country Gospel. It’s been around for years but has become well known in the Country Radio world from Nashville to Texas, to NY even over seas were people listen on line through there sites or Facebook live right from the studios, even the Artist do live Facebook stuff all the time. Just some FYI for ya. I will include one of the radio website for you in the field below. The main man there is Hunter a friend, check It out

  28. Nekavrad
    October 11, 2018 at 10:03 pm

    death rock

  29. Natalia Galicia
    October 13, 2018 at 2:21 pm


  30. October 13, 2018 at 2:24 pm

    I don’t know if it is considered a subgenre of Black Metal, but there is DSBM, depressive suicidal black metal. I have been checking this out lately and it is quite different from the usual Black Metal. Xasthur would be an example of this.

  31. Rays Koshy
    October 15, 2018 at 11:41 am

    I wonder how carnatic music is just a sub genre in world music. One of the most complicated of all music is Carnatic music and the other one Hindustani, both Indian classical music. Indian classical music and indian popular music themselves make a genre. Its rich melody puffed with rich harmony and accompaniment. Some indian popular movie songs are so rich that they can be converted to a symphony. Unfortunately the world shows an attitude to india always which is seen in the case of music as well.

  32. siebenhirter
    October 15, 2018 at 3:29 pm

    waltz is missing

  33. Adrian
    October 16, 2018 at 5:47 am

    Where is city pop?
    I cannot find it, and it’s kinda basic subcategory =”)
    Anyhow, you can add it I believe.

  34. Michael's
    October 16, 2018 at 11:57 am

    One is missing….
    Afro music
    Origin: Nigerian music genre

  35. October 17, 2018 at 9:52 pm

    Tech house, deep house, progressive house, minimal house etc etc etc etc.

  36. WCM32
    October 20, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    What about New Romanticism? It’s a sub genre of New Wave, bands like Japan, Duran Duran, Spandua Ballet, A Flock of Seagulls, etc etc…

  37. merric
    October 21, 2018 at 12:20 am

    what does the band daughter fall under 1

  38. Liz
    October 22, 2018 at 7:56 pm

    Viking Metal

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