Becuz whenever i'm llistening to this music below (almost any of it) my older sister almost alway's say's “oh why you listening to ur goth music” or something alot like that to me. And that REALLY confuse's and pisses me off alot.Cuz i really dont think that any of the music i listen 2 is…
None of those are gothic in the slightest.
It’s more so alternative and pop with a bit of rock.
And anyways, even if it was gothic I wouldn’t let your sister saying it was get to you. If you like it, you like it and you shouldn’t let others opinions influence you otherwise.
Not a single artist you listen to can be considered “gothic” by anybody with even remote knowledge regarding music. It’s hard to place a label on the music you listen to. Around 50% of it has the Pop-tag attached to it, so that’s your best bet. Another major genre would be Hard Rock/Alternative Rock. You also have traces of Metal (within the Groove & -Core areas).
Not goth. Goth is bands like Bauhaus, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sisters of Mercy, Alien Sex Fiend, Specimen, 45 Grave, Christian Death, etc.
And from what I saw, it looked like your music was a lot of just mainstream rock mixed with a few other things and some artists I’ve never heard of, but no, none of it was goth.
No, goth is bands Siouxsie and the Banshees, Depeche Mode, Joy Division, The Cure, etc. What you listen to is what uneducated people call “goth” or “emo”.
I wouldn’t say it was gothic, especially as you have kanye west on there, there are too many different types to define what kind of music you listen to lol, which is good.
uhh, the stuff you have on your playlist is mostly top 40 stuff. not remotely goth. real goth would be siouxie and the banshees, the cure and bauhaus.
it is not
i get called “emo” because my hair covers the left side of my face
i dont cut, never have in my life
yet people think i do BECAUSE I WEAR BLACK AND COVER ONE SIDE OF MY FACE WITH HAIR
i hate stereotypes
To me, going by your playlist, it looks chemo (chav/emo) or atleast chemo/rock
Who the hell cares what it’s called, listen to what you like and don’t listen to what you don’t like.
Most of that is straight-up pop.