Driving is my favorite place to listen to music
I was having a crap day at work last week, so I took a half hour off and hit the highway playing things like MIA'* "Born Free," Robyn'* "None Of Dem," and this really filthy dubstep remix of La Roux'* "I'm Not Your Toy" by Nero (which I heard in a club once -- the bassline made it feel like my spine was gonna melt). And that'* all it really took to calm me down.
My musical tastes run all across the board, but my favorites for driving (when I don't just set my Walkman'* 1600-odd songs on shuffle) are things like Ladytron, AFI, Innerpartysystem, Robyn, Bad Religion, Ace of Base (no, seriously, I love Ace of Base), and anything by the drum n bass label Ohm Resistance. Especially Temulent. Some of his darker tracks make me insane
on the road (and nothing says, "drive like a crazy person" like tracks with titles like "Kill For Me" and "Sarcoma").
So basically I listen to super bass heavy stuff (drum n bass, dubstep, some tech house and the rare not-crappy trance), electro, punk, and Swedish pop bands from Abba to Robyn and everything in between.
Which reminds me, need to make a post elsewhere about getting that second-hand subwoofer I just nabbed hooked up to power so I can really
bother the wildlife...