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OK, i don't know the proper abbreviation for 2010 to 2020, don't hate me

If music follows its previous pattern, what genre of music does the pit think will become the "in" thing?
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#5
I thought of the 1910's when I saw the title.

As for the next decade, I have no idea. I usually predict more folky stuff and electro-pop, but everyone says that that's what's popular now. In 5 years, there'll be some crazy shit.

EDIT: Post-electro folkcore
#13
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what pattern?

80's was synth pop, 90's was boy bands, 00's is r'n'b (kinda)
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#16
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80's was synth pop, 90's was boy bands, 00's is r'n'b (kinda)



And that is neither a pattern, nor that accurate of a representation of the music of those decades.
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#18
Techno inspired Polkacore with a flair of Country

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Metal will be heavier


How is that even gonna be possible? Theres already a lot of bands who are 'OMG TEH BROOTALEST' already, its gonna be hard to top a band like Nile when they tune to Drop F
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#21
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80's was synth pop, 90's was boy bands, 00's is r'n'b (kinda)

I heard that fashion goes in 20 year cycles

80's synth pop --> Lady Gaga and Britney Spears
80's post-rock and new wave --> today's "indie"
70's funk and soul --> ??? Maybe today's RnB
80's metal --> "Metalcore"

See a resemblance? Yes? No? I'm not sure what to expect. Grunge and boybands?
#23
If dio were to die then it'll be a new wave of heavy metal in tribute to him.
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#24
Music is a fad, it will be dead by then
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#25
I'm looking forward to music in the next 10 years. Thanks to things like youtube and illegal dowloading, musicians as kids (my and most people on this website's generation, really) will be exposed to way more music with alot more ease.

Of course most mainstream, "factory" music can only get worse.
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#26
Metal will be getting as progressive as it possibly can, seeing as it can't get much faster or heavier. Popular music will start off how it is now (R'nb) and get more elctronic based methinks. Actually most genres will probably get more electronicey
#27
Probably, everyone will just cover songs from the 80's, 90's and 00's
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#28
Br00talz neo-classical medieval blues shred will be teh new sensation mark my words.........


Metal I reckon will stay the same but towards the end of the "10s" it'll become more popular and more idiots will start to like metal and think they're teh br00talz.
I can't say much though, i don't have a clue what will happen with music
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#29
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How is that even gonna be possible? Theres already a lot of bands who are 'OMG TEH BROOTALEST' already, its gonna be hard to top a band like Nile when they tune to Drop F

Drop D. An octave lower.

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See a resemblance? Yes? No? I'm not sure what to expect. Grunge and boybands?

Oh lawdy no.
#30
I am actually really intrigued as to what is going to happen with music this coming decade. What with filesharing and everything.
#32
Grunge is coming back after an few years of electro pop.
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#33
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I am actually really intrigued as to what is going to happen with music this coming decade. What with filesharing and everything.

Why? It's not like music will end. We might just get a lot more live shows, which would be good IMO.
#34
electronic pop like MGMT, Animal Collective, Passion Pit will grow more popular, at least thats what I hoped. those are some good bands.
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#35
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Why? It's not like music will end. We might just get a lot more live shows, which would be good IMO.

I think he was going more along the lines of my point.
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For me, the 60's ended that day in 1978...

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#37
Rock and Roll will make an awesome comeback!!!!! YEAH !!!!! I personally just hope that pop and dance music just die.
#39
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Why? It's not like music will end. We might just get a lot more live shows, which would be good IMO.

Yeah but surely then all the big music companies will have to go bust.

Also i'm interested because it seems as if there isn't much uncharted territory left anymore and I would like to see what the next "popular" genre is.
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