Mucke vs. Musik
I often see these two words to refer to music. My friend said there is a difference but I didn't understand his explanation at all. Does anyone know?
"Die Mucke" is a very slangy term. In my experience, it is mostly used for modern, rhythm-oriented music; I associate it with dancing.
You would say "Es gab da richtig gute Mucke!" after a concert of "Die toten Hosen" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j09hpp3AxIE
"Die Musik" is the standard word that refers to all kinds of music.
die Mucke is a very casual word for music. it is mostly used by "younger" people. it is not true that it only reffers to modern music (not in my experience) and it has nothing to do with dancing. (even if older people think that way) it is simply put slang for music. while Musik is the "correct" term.
i can only say how my friends and i used it, that for us it is simply a different word for music. but i guess that slang words can be used slightly differently in different parts of germany? dunno