You’ve probably seen the phrase “centrist dad” bandied about the past couple of weeks. It’s a loaded term, originating in UK left wing Twitter before gradually entering mainstream conversation where its definition and import are being debated on the same platforms as Brexit and housing policy. I’ll refrain from attempting my own classification, but this BBC article is an attempt at an impartial character.

I will however, zealously profile their taste in music, and do so with scientific accuracy.

• The Beatles are the best band of all-time, and Dark Side Of The Moon is the best record of all-time.

• Vocally self-deprecating about how out-of-touch he is with modern music, earnestly believing his jokey self-awareness is affable.

• “There’s no political music anymore. No grime doesn’t count.”

• Dropped once at a KLF gig in 1989, so he “gets” raves.

• “Blur are so underrated.”

• Hates Ed Sheeran with a horrifying, incalculable viciousness normally reserved for serial killers.

• “Give me I Wanna Be Adored over Smells Like Teen Spirit any day.”

• Considered signing the petition to cancel Kanye West’s headline slot at Glastonbury 2015, but decided against it because didn't want to be seen as a bit UKIPy.

• “If this is how much vinyl is going for these days, I should have kept the wife’s Bananaramas!”

• Genuinely thinks Morrissey's lyrics aren't terrible.

• “Have you guys heard this band Royal Blood? Proper guitar music. Rock isn’t dead you know, you just have to look for it now”.

• Pink Floyd are the best band of all-time, and The White Album is the best record of all-time.

• “I like rap, but Lil Uzi Vert is not rap music, it’s nonsense.”

• Autotune is an absolute disgrace.

• “Stewart Lee on Friday night then a Peter Hook DJ set on Saturday. The perfect 50th birthday weekender.”

• “Who’s you favourite Beatle?” resurfaces at work drinks every Thursday. After four pints everyone agrees, once again, that it's George Harrison.

• Unironically believes Britpop to be the most important musical movement in the history of the UK.

• “At least Jake Bugg’s authentic”

• Brings a wheelbarrow to his first festival in a decade to cart round the beer cooler, and refuses to acknowledge how unworkable an idea it is until he cracks his back.

• “Sufjan Stevens and Bon Iver are no Van Morrison”