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What will the distant future (2010) sound like?

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What do you think music's going to sound like in the distant future of 2010? Will the classical musician and his instrument disappear alltogether and be replaced by a scene of tight pants and button boards similar to Star Trek? Since all music is inherantly political (except when it isn't) what sort of messages will musicians deliver through futuristic soundboxes which are only audible from inside your head?

 

Post up that future shit.

 

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9PWq3ZqPuE

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GAaqfe4nv8

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5h1Us1M9Wc

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6NH1PVJLTI

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etkl1FXO60A

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those things you posted do not sound like the future, they sound like 2009.

 

 

and as long as everyone is on this taylor shift shit, it might be that and a bit of electronica....oh wait, isnt that lady gaga?

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any music that has come out in the last 10 was hardly predictable, i would say a genre of music might make a comeback, bad hiphop ruled the 00's so maybe regurgitated glamrock or grunge may be on the horizon its ironic that you said irony is dead, bc if its dead then its read for the mainstream, hence my prediction.

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Dubstep is gonna keep getting bigger because its "underground" "cool" and promotes drugs

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Interesting you bring up Dubstep. I have in fact noticed a growth in its popularity or at least attention paid toward Dubstep in the States as of late.

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Music in 2010 is probably going to sound a lot like music in 2009. I know that's quite a gamble, but I must say it's where I stand.

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Fuck Dubstep. Half of the mainlining artists in that category dont even belong there. They're half way around the world producing music that's far out of the cookie-cutter sound which dubstep requires, and have very little contact with that scene. You mind as well have said Donk's up and coming.

 

That said, Im not here to be serious. This thread is so far from caring what's actually going to happen I cant believe you guys don't get it. "Soundboxes emitting noises only heard in the brain?" You mean a speaker? C'mon, this is CH0. You people dont actually know shit about music (more than most but still) and im not asking you to. This is supposed to be funny. Put your lazer hats on and get creative or take a back seat.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGNgtDfQuXE

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JuEBMMhQbf0

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Dubstep is going to get hot and by the end of 2010 it will be picked up by rappers and used for beats.

 

Mainstream rock is going to continue becoming more emo until it turns into soft rock, while punk and metal will turn towards the post-rock scene for more inspiration. No wave will return.

 

Country will not change, but will continue to sell itself like a 2 bit whore.

 

R&B cannot get better since its got no Soul.

 

Auto-tuning will be used sparingly, after being adopted into modern music, and then be deemed played out entirely.

 

Indie will get better after the hipsters die.

 

Urban outfitters will report a drop in sales at the end of 2010.

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8bit nitendo themed music.

90s hardcore

auto tune as a standard.

 

the world is going to consume itsself soon. i cant wait.

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any music that has come out in the last 10 was hardly predictable, i would say a genre of music might make a comeback, bad hiphop ruled the 00's so maybe regurgitated glamrock or grunge may be on the horizon its ironic that you said irony is dead, bc if its dead then its read for the mainstream, hence my prediction.

Grungy noise rock and garage punk have been pretty popular again for quite a few years now. I guess not mainstream popular, but still garnering a fair bit of attention.

No wave will return.

Already has.

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