Artists I Stopped Listening To

Sometimes there are just some artists that we, for whatever reason, just stop listening to. Maybe its because we grew out of that genre of music. Maybe its because the band or artists’ ethics changed and we don’t agree with it. Or maybe it truly is because they stopped making the same quality of music that we previously liked.

I’m sure if you thought about it, there are bands or artists that you’ve stopped listening to over the years. I recently went through my iTunes Library and discovered some artists that I just stopped listening to.

Mostly, I have stopped listening to these bands just because I grew out of them. Just like an old pair of jeans, I grew out of their style, their writing or I strictly just listened to them because of who I was dating or friends with at the time.

However, I will leave a link to all these artists like always. I do highly suggest that you still check them out because one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. We all have different tastes in music and no ones taste is better than another’s.

So please keep in mind, that just because I don’t listen to them doesn’t mean you still shouldn’t give them a try and it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t like them either. If you do listen to these artists, more power to you; you do you friends!

  1. Alesana
  2. Andy Grammer
  3. Asking Alexandria
  4. Attack! Attack!
  5. Black Veil Brides
  6. Bloc Party
  7. Brokencyde
  8. Christian Perri
  9. Dr. Acula
  10. Fun.
  11. I See Stars
  12. Jonny Craig
  13. Lee Brice
  14. MGMT
  15. Parachute

I could probably post more, but I will stop there for now. Again, all the artists are linked so you can check them out yourselves and decide for yourself if you like them or not.

Feel free to leave a comment listing artists that you stopped listening to over the years. Maybe I’ll check them out for myself!



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