Posts in this series
- Day 1: Introduce Yourself
- Day 2: Your First Love
- Day 3: Your Parents
- Day 4: Your Music
- Day 5: Your Definition of Love
- Day 6: Your Hobbies
- Day 7: Your Best Friend
- Day 8: A Precious Item
- Day 9: Your Beliefs
- Day 10: What You Wore Today
- Day 11: Your Siblings
- Day 12: What's in Your Bag?
- Day 13: Your Mode of Transportation
- Day 14: Where You Live
- Day 15: Your Childhood
- Day 16: Your First Kiss
- Day 17: Your Favorite Memory
- Day 18: Your Favorite Birthday
- Day 19: Something You Regret
- Day 20: Your Morning Routine
- Day 21: Your Job and/or Schooling
- Day 22: Something That Upsets You
- Day 23: Something That Makes You Feel Better
- Day 24: Something That Makes You Cry
- Day 25: Your Sleeping Habits
- Day 26: Your Fears
- Day 27: Your Favorite Place
- Day 28: Something That You Miss
- Day 29: Your Favorite Foods/Drinks
- Day 30: Your Aspirations
This one is a day late! You’ll get two updates today (Tuesday).
My music tastes have changed over time. There’s no particular genre I despise, but there’s a few where I don’t listen a lot of stuff — country and rap. There’s songs and artists from both genres, however, that I do enjoy. Generally speaking, though, what I like is tied to what I’m doing.
If I’m at the gym, it varies. During the hard part of the workout, I like angry rap, metal, and hard rock. During the warm-up/cool-down phases, I need more peaceful, thoughtful music. This is why my workout mixes have Moby and Jedi Mind Tricks on the same list.
If I’m driving or at the office, I like my music more upbeat — everything from U2 to The Killers. Mix in some 60’s/70’s anti-war rock, some Bob Dylan, and Jimi Hendrix, and it’s a good day.
If I’m creating, it varies. With writing, the music usually matches the piece I’m working on, so it can be anything from classical to death metal. Framebuilding, I just want something I can ignore. Font design is all-classical.