Ever wondered what music genres would look like as fonts? Relate to your favourite music genre more than ever by finding out what it would look like as a font. If you are a music lover and have a curiosity when it comes to fonts, stay tuned and find out more about how mixing these two things up!
Down below, you can find popular music genres like indie, grunge, pop, hiphop, even metal. Many of the fonts we picked may be inspired by popular logos in the genres community .
The best pick for indie is most definitely Amperzand. Indie is melodic, accompanied by smooth instruments that might be similar to the Amperzand font. This music font looks smooth and easy going, while also being sophisticated as most indie songs can be. The Amperzand font has a vintage look to it that most indie artists try to achieve.
The slant and curves of this font are really calming and visually appealing, matching the indie effect, therefore making it the perfect font to describe the indie genre.
Rebellious, fearless and brave are words that describes the grunge genre while reminding us of the Onyx font. This font is bold and embraces the rebellious and fearless side of grunge. The height of the letters shows a more courageous side of somebody’s personality.
This font is also very known in the grunge community since popular grunge band Nirvana used the font for their logo.The Onyx font is a big reminder of Nirvana and maybe that’s another reason why this font is suitable for this genre.
Pop is a known and frequently listened genre and is a perfect match for Amazing Grotesk font, which looks familiar, yet unique in its own way as well. This font can really stand out in a text. It could give out nostalgic senses like many pop songs do.
This font is vastly used in the pop community for commercials or logos. We can see that similar fonts are used by artists such as Ariana Grande, who used a similar font in her album cover “Sweetener”, and Billie Eilish, whose logo has a font that is very a like.
If you consider yourself an extreme and daring person, then you most certainly listen to or have listened to metal before. Pastor of Muppets is a really edgy music font. The logo for Metallica, a legend of the metal genre, uses this font, so this must mean something!
The letters are really bold and loud, we might say, some letters even look like thunder bolts. Pretty hardcore, right?
Pastor of Muppets is the best way to see the metal genre as a font and it’s very recognisable too.
King Kendrick is a really good choice when it comes to hip-hop, not only for its talent, but also for the font he uses on his album covers. This recognisable font is made in such a way to resemble graffiti art. This graffiti look alike font is perfect due of its “hood” vibe. It resembles a lot of album covers and hip-hop themed art.
This font is very self explanatory and simple, but also cool looking and groovy. It’s modern and radiant like most hip-hop music these days.
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