I like dabbing because it's stupid but also...so stupid that it's twisted back around to being a little cool? If that makes sense.

Dabbing isn't really a dance per se.

But I do love watching people dance.
A nice relaxing instrumental piece

Saori Yuki - really classy. She does a really unique performance on Pachelbel's Canon in D
Japanese Symphonic? GothMetal - Yousei Teikoku - Astral Dogma The lead singer's voice is weak, but the video is pretty cool.....and the lead singer is way kawaii.
I'm not sure what I'd classify the song as. It's the ending theme for second season of Hoozuki no Reitetsu, which is one of my all time favorite shows. It seems almost out of place to me, since the show is ultimately a comedy and this song is actually very deep and sad.

The thing I like about Hoozuki no Reitetsu is that, while being a comedy, it's actually very informative. It also has it's tender moments, such as when you learn about how Hoozuki became a demon.

The girl singing the song actually plays Peach Maki in the show. She's been in a lot of anime.
It seems somewhat poorly recorded. I doubt it's just the quality of the video, but after hearing how bad Spotify's compression can make some songs, I suppose it could be.

I'd say most of their stuff is better, but it's been 7 years since I was following them.
Kiho said:
Japanese Symphonic? GothMetal - Yousei Teikoku - Astral Dogma The lead singer's voice is weak, but the video is pretty cool.....and the lead singer is way kawaii.
The lead singer's voice is supposed to be weak. This is the Japanese image of goth metal. Yousei Teikoku is one of my favorites when it comes to this type of music. Kami, Nozomu Sekai to Hakoniwa Gensou and Baptize are the songs I listened to a lot.
Besides Yousei Teikoku, there is Denkishiki Karen Ongaku Shuudan and Kitamura Eri. Also, Shoujo Byou is really nice. This band often uses voice actors in their songs.
Retro background/lounge music I've stumbled upon recently. It probably won't be popular here, but I love it.
Wiresetc said:
VRChat Jimi
That made me happy. :)

I love VRChat videos.

Edit: Wicked Love

What a good, good song.
Танго смерти Of which there are countless covers and arrangements originally came from Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana", <O Fortuna Movement> Original Score:

André Rieu - [O Fortuna (Carmina Burana - Carl Orff)]

Carmina Burana is a scenic cantata composed by Carl Orff in 1935 and 1936, based on 24 poems from the medieval collection Carmina Burana. The text of the poems original dating mostly from the 11th or 12th century. This is possibly the first ever piece of what we would consider Modern Epic Music.

The Choir group ERA also has a nicely orchestrated cover:
ERA (The Mass)



I think one of the Theme Songs from Praprika Susumu Hirasawa - Parade was at least derived from Golden Brown - The Stranglers.
"The term 'shoegazing' was coined by the British music press to ridicule the stage presence of a wave of groups who stood still during live performances in a detached, introspective, non-confrontational state with their heads down. This was because the heavy use of effects pedals meant the performers were often looking down at their feet during concerts."

I never knew that. That's pretty dang interesting. I can say I learned something today.
Italo disco. Modern Project - Vision of Love. Modern Talking Cats style remix

Awesome Instrumental Music for the Soul... Well I left of few of the adjectives and exclamations out of my translation.- however it is a nice upbeat inspirational melody.
In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics being held in South Korea this year, I present to you the traditional Korean folk song Arirang.
Was wading through a swamp of some pretty bad '80s technopop on youtube (don't ask me why.....Did not even know this genre was around at that time - lucky me :) Then some Ministry floated by
Been listening to a lot of synthwave lately. Anyone else digging this music?

Turbo Killer
John Wick
Neo Tokyo (NSFW album cover)
Night of Fire

An excellent song, especially when added to stupid (but funny) internet videos.