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- Sat, 21 Sep 2019 01:28:11 EST NZXpvMwQ No.455589
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What do you think the next big thing will be? I think music will become much more hybridized due to the connection of the internet. Maybe we'll see amalgational music. Like rock with a rapper but also some jazz chords thrown in with lots of synths and electronica
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Eugene Hunnerstock - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 01:39:06 EST GFozj8sl No.455590 Reply
Its not so much of how it's gonna change but how we view music as what it's always been which is communication with the universe and musicians are opening portals to the dark matter ether which holds the answers to why we suffer. The problem is the mainstream channels reveal a watered down version of authenticity so as to reach the most people but when people continue to connect with their self they'll find their niche and subsequent access to discover the musicians making music that's on the same frequency and the competition aspect will be done away with and we all live in a creative utopia where everyone creates music even if it's lazy at least it's genuine and we'll continue adding to the human experience.
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Molly Trotgold - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 02:10:15 EST G0iKD9yu No.455591 Reply
"This manifests itself in a greater number of mainstream consumers coalescing in the middle ground of popular music. Consequently pop music has become more amorphous, with all genres of music having strong footholds in the pop end of the spectrum. But this does not mean that genres have stopped mattering. In fact what has changed is that they have different relevance according to the sophistication of the consumer. What we have is in fact a genre ladder (see figure)."

from https://musicindustryblog.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/how-the-role-of-genres-has-changed-in-music-culture/
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Esther Criblingson - Mon, 23 Sep 2019 10:00:03 EST 9/lXIuRg No.455599 Reply
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>>455589
>What do you think the next big thing will be?

More voice alterations, pitch will also get higher (i.e autotune, pitch mod etc)

More 2-step, dub, UK garage rhythmics

I wouldn't be surprised to see more hyper-pop with electronic influence (think 2008 ke$ha)
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Clara Smalldale - Tue, 24 Sep 2019 18:24:34 EST 6FD1tcde No.455605 Reply
more super low bass spasms that have nothing to do with an increasingly minimalist rythms built off that same highhat sample you hear in every song

lyrically it will be a mix of single words built out of random syllables that are dry heaved on the 1 of every measure and some guy who just shot a bunch of novacaine in his tongue lazily talking one of two subjects(material wealth and sexual prowess)

dark days lie ahead
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Nell Bumbleshit - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 14:34:41 EST GZNLOvwB No.455707 Reply
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>>455589
As of popular music, it's probably gonna be all merged with porn or something. It's all about image and very little about music anyway.

>>455589
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Henry Sunnerchane - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 18:41:01 EST eYaHU/96 No.455708 Reply
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>>455589
Everything has pretty much been done at this point. I imagine it will just be morphing of different genres or rehashing the same old shit. Unless we start venturing into more avant-garde stuff like microtonal music or atonal music I don't see a whole lot of change occurring.


I'm kind of tempted to just start making mumble rap and get rich quick. All you got to do is make some variant of woofer cooker, a rapid quantized hi-hat tick, and just mush mouth some shit about materialism and suddenly every black, hispanic, and white 13-30 year old is just head over heels. I'm not a typical hater of the new sounds and all but there is literally zero redeemable qualities about this shit. I don't even understand it on any level at all. Yet I can go to my yuppie 89% white local college town where it is a bunch of faggy white boys wearing sperries, a north face jacket, and bermuda shorts and they'll be blasting some mumble rap in their 7 foot tall GMC Sierra.

I was watching that Punk Rock MBA guy and he compared brokncyde to modern mumble rap and it wasn't far off.

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