I've been working on a few songs from before I got involved with my current trio and started revisiting demo recordings I did. Right now, I have an instrumental track (loosely titled "Maybe") and a track currently an instrumental because I haven't had the flash of inspiration for a vocal melody or lyrical content and figured I could leave it for a potential vocalist to fill a la Mike Patton when he joined Faith No More and wrote all the lyrics/vocal melodies for The Real Thing. That is in no way a comparison to my stuff being as good as FNM on that album. Either way, I programmed the drum machine for both tracks, played the bass and all guitars including the tandem lead on Maybe (I designed the solo on there as a placeholder for when a REAL lead guitarist comes in and plays). I know there are mistakes on there that I didn't record over. This was always meant as a musical scratch pad rather than as a "presenting-to-the-labels" demo. That being said, I had questions about what genre I should call it. I was always thinking of the project as being more free-form in its ability to play across genres, but I am realizing that people like to pigeonhole. I can call this rock, but would these tunes be a specific subgenre of rock? Also, is what I'm hearing in the song structure catchy? I know what I think, but I'm curious if others share my opinions. I'm biased; I've seen just how biased all y'all are. I think I'm strong enough to take criticism on my music writing. Like I said, I know about the mistakes, the production leaves something to be desired (it was my first real foray into recording anything), and I suck at lead guitar. That being said, what do you think about the song structure and what genre should I tell people this is? Thank you for your support.