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Discussion in 'Gretsch-Talk Music' started by Elgoulin, Nov 30, 2021.
Hello, help define the genre. Neofolk or neoclassic. We argue with friends, please judge us.
Not sure , I lean towards neofolk . But I know I liked it
I like it. Names don't matter much, but if I was explaining it I'd call it "new age trance."
Very nice, I enjoyed it thanks for sharing. To me it was peaceful trance like, so for Genre, I would call it "Trance, or as mentioned "New Age Trance".
At least it's not a cheesy Christmas song. Thankfully, there's no Autotune, either.
I would call it "not mine".
How's about neo new age trance?
Missing newer somewhere. Neo new age newer trance?
Orchestral Trip-folk? I thought it was a bit movie score-ish. That’s good.
What it is is not on my playlist.
I call it con fusion. Also not on my radar.
Genre: Acoustic, New age, folk, ambient
Windom Hill is your appropriate label.
I call it guitar instrumental and really like it.
And would much prefer to hear it as a good quality wave file.
All youtube videos sound rubbish imo
I’m confused. Why would a new member post this here? Nothing to do with Gretsch. There are other forums that would be more appropriate.
I guess it is Classic NeoFolk...
Maybe they are conducting a survey on the genre and posting this across many sites to gather data points.
Yacht punk or something.
Kinda reminds me of Andrew York with drums... idk what he calls his music, the classical guitar community has latched onto it pretty hard, though