Question: What kind of music do you like?
Answer: Is that question even legal?
Why do we feel comfortable confining things to pre-conceived, pre-planned little boxes? People ask me if I listen to rock. Rock? I don't know what rock means. Or pop/jazz/blues/death metal/classical/house/trance/rap/
techno/ alternative/country/acid/punk/grunge/blah blah blah.
I listen to music I like. Period.
I hate labels. Why can't you enjoy Justin Timberlake and Iron Maiden in the same breath? Or relish a Jane Austen and as well as a Chetan Bhagat? (ok ok not with the same fervour)
Don't ask me for a damn genre. I don' know what they mean. And I don't care. Why tie people up in mindless confines? Why do we need that sense of 'belonging' to a certain sect?
Or is the solitude of our own company so utterly terrifying?