Jay’s Music
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Jay’s Music

Why You Should Listen to More Obscure Music

When someone asks what kind of music I like, I nearly have a panic attack. I’m very introverted so that makes the conversation much harder. I usually keep it simple and say something like, “I like a lot of metal and electronic stuff.” This is usually followed by the other person asking if I like a certain artist, which is usually nothing close to what I like. I have to awkwardly say “never really got into them” or something. This begs the question, why do I listen to all this obscure stuff? Why not just listen to The Rolling Stones like a normal person? It would be easier to have…

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