#1
Mine does, and by that I mean: Do you play and/or listen to different music in different seasons? I play and listen to alot more blues, acoustic and fingerstyle stuff in summer, whereas I listen to and play alot more metal and heavier rock in the winter. I think it happens because there's more anger in metal, and acoustic music is alot more light hearted and laid back and I'm really a summer person. I'm the happiest person in the world in summer, but winter gets me down.

Does the same or similar happen to you? If so, what do you play in the different seasons/weather condition?
#2
Yes. I moved from metal to hardcore punk to progressive indie to jazz and now I wanna start playing tech metal
#3
My music changes with my cash flow.

So I mostly listen to blues.

Go figure .
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Yes. I moved from metal to hardcore punk to progressive indie to jazz and now I wanna start playing tech metal

What seasons were they in?
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What seasons were they in?



Well metal is definitely in the winter, when its cold and dark
#8
I agree with you, TS. Most of the stuff I write in the summer is in Major keys, or at least bright modes, whereas in the winter, I get metally and throw in naughty b5s and tritones everywhere, and generally explore minor key centers with ridiculous dissonant movements. I think I definitely have seasonal affective disorder or whatever, because I agree that I'm more of a summer person.
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#10
yea i listen to revenge all year round. permanent nuclear winter
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Yes. I moved from metal to hardcore punk to progressive indie to jazz and now I wanna start playing tech metal



They have that?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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They have that?



Plenty. Definitely doesn't sound like Paramore.


Check out *newer* As Cities Burn, The Dear Hunter, Circa Survive, Sound of Animals Fighting, etc.
#13
Yeah I definitely change tastes with the seasons. Doom metal and any sort of angry stuff in the winter (all year, really... but more in the winter) and then during the summer I can listen to things like Sublime and 311 and whatever else. Acoustic rock, too.
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Plenty. Definitely doesn't sound like Paramore.


Check out *newer* As Cities Burn, The Dear Hunter, Circa Survive, Sound of Animals Fighting, etc.

Do the songs go for ridiculous amounts of time?
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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Do the songs go for ridiculous amounts of time?



Not necessarily, but they can. That's not what progressive is really about though.
#18
I can't listen to music in warm places.

I cannot fathom why this happens, but if I'm in a room with no fan and it's hot as hell, I can't listen to music. It gives me headaches as well.

When I'm outside (in the summer), no matter what, I just CAN NOT listen to any music.

It puts me off it, and when I listen to the song it brings back memories of the heat.

I fucking hate heat. Which means I get a bit ticked off in high temperatures.