Keeping up with the endless spawning of new sub-and sub-sub-genres of music can be hard. Just when you catch up with seapunk and witch house, they’re not cool anymore. Everyone’s already moved on to Nintendocore.
100 Years of Rock lets you hear how genres are connected
Try it. Start at the top. Click and listen to Mexican Folk then follow the thread to click on Surf, then back to Doo Wop, then to Beat Music, Skiffle, Rock & Roll, or wherever your curiosity takes you.
I’m using 100 Years of Rock to discover new music. For instance, Funk Metal is something I’ve never heard of, but I have listened to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I wonder what other bands might be classified as Funk Metal? Well, look at that, Funk Metal. There goes a couple of hours.
Check it out. 100 Years of Rock was developed by Concert HotelsCo.Design