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    Okay, I'll admit, I used to be quite pretentious about "indie" and "pfft, I'm more indie/awesome than you!", (Mind you, there are some pure gems that is "indie" out there, although most I've heard are just as bad as the next bad music act/movie.) Which is kinda hypocritical, because the music I like is just not that well-known, not the whole local band indie exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adoamros View Post
    I despise the term indie, but a lot of the musicians I like have independent labels. They are not the same. I Immediately think of an art college kid with thick rimmed glasses and tight pants and a superiority complex when someone says they prefer indie music.
    Exactly.

    Indie is not a genre, and basically every other person listens to bands that they consider "indie".

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    My ESTP husband is all about indie rock- note I say indie rock, not indie music. He's more pro the structured rock n' roll version of indie while I'm more pro acoustic guitar lyric-driven indie. We both like both, but those are definitely our preferences. Think Dinosaur Jr vs Conor Oberst.

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    Some indie bands are alright (or what most people considers 'indie'). Too bad that label has been attached with the awful hipster scene.

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    This INFP I know is an indie-music junkie.

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    I don't even know what indie is, mostly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brainheart View Post
    My ESTP husband is all about indie rock- note I say indie rock, not indie music. He's more pro the structured rock n' roll version of indie while I'm more pro acoustic guitar lyric-driven indie. We both like both, but those are definitely our preferences. Think Dinosaur Jr vs Conor Oberst.
    It seems like a lot of Es prefer indie-rock. Acoustic, like folk? I mostly listen to shoegaze or pastel music.
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    the E's i know into 'indie', whatever that is exactly, seem to go for iron & wine type stuff

    i always was into shoegaze and dreampop flavored music as well; most people i know who share this preference seem to be iNxP -- one of my ExFx friends swears my bloody valentine makes her feel carsick..

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    ya i like indie
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    I was really into a lot of indie bands when I was younger. At some point I stopped keeping track of them though.
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