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  • trip hop/downtempo/ambient

    17 48.57%
  • hip hop/glitch hop

    2 5.71%
  • dub/reggae/dubstep/garage/grime

    6 17.14%
  • house/prog/minimal/club

    10 28.57%
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Thread: the future of music

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    Default the future of music

    obviously everyone has their favorite tastes and genres of music, but being objective as possible in the electronic music realm, what do you see as becoming the most influential and important music style of the next several years?
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    Default Re: the future of music

    well you're on the right track keeping hip hop in all the options. im sure this garbage shit people produce will be around for many years to come. hopefully it gets better.

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    Default Re: the future of music

    something we don't know about yet, hopefully.
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    Default Re: the future of music

    Music will keep getting more diverse. Thanks to the internets people can download just about anything meaning really specialized genres can thrive despiste mainstream trends.
    But I really hope that dub/reggae/dubstep/garage/grime doesn't pick up anymore steam.
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    Default Re: the future of music

    My husband is into that dubstep stuff, and I'm kind of annoyed by it anymore.
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    Default Re: the future of music

    none of those

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    something we don't know about yet, hopefully.
    that's what I'm rooting for
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    Default Re: the future of music

    none of the above.

    Although I do see a continuing trend in indie electronic acts that are a bit more challenging than standard electronic fare (i.e. Animal Collective)
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    Default Re: the future of music

    I don't even understand what any of it means.

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    Default Re: the future of music

    Quote Originally Posted by algunz View Post
    I don't even understand what any of it means.
    Neither do I. Seriously, just look at "dub/reggae/dubstep/garage/grime" there's four slashes in there in an attempt to describe one genre. That's pretty stupid.

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    Default Re: the future of music

    obviously a genre that is unknown.

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