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#1
It was the San Francisco for the 60's, New York/London for the 70's (IMO), Los Angeles for the 80's, and Seattle for the 90's. My question is what city has had the most prominent music scene this past decade and also which city is looking to have the best music scene in the next 10 years? Any opinions would be great. Thanks.
#2
It's a scaled up version of musical chairs I presume?

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#8
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There's more to music than rock you know


This.

That being said, I would have loved to have been alive in London in the late 60s.
#10
Everybody always forgets about Kingston...
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New Orleans? The place was saturated at one point.


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#14
Nashville has owned all of your examples.
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#15
Finnish metal!
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#16
Manchester/Liverpool? I know it's not been big recently but that's where bands like Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys hail from, as well as various clones, which have been pretty influential on modern rock music
#17
This isn't true considering that there are more genres than rock, but I would probably say Omaha, Nebraska.

It is where most of the major "indie" arists were from. (Sunny Day Real Estate, Bright Eyes, Elliott Smith, Cursive, etc.)
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Manchester/Liverpool? I know it's not been big recently but that's where bands like Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys hail from, as well as various clones, which have been pretty influential on modern rock music

Arctic Monkeys are from Sheffield.
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Manchester/Liverpool? I know it's not been big recently but that's where bands like Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys hail from, as well as various clones, which have been pretty influential on modern rock music


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#25
Lancaster turned out August Burns Red and Texas in July recently.

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#26
Detroit! We started Motown, and plenty of big acts have come out of here. White Stripes (which in turn lead the way for the Raconteurs and Dead Weather), Iggy Pop and The Stooges, Alice Cooper, Kid Rock, Eminem, D12, so on.
#27
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Lancaster turned out August Burns Red and Texas in July recently.




Yeah we did.


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#30
Long Island

we have soo many famous people music wise and in general

for example

STEVE VAI and JOE SATRIANI ARE LONG ISLANDERS!!

i mean seriously we also have got Dream Theater, Billy Joel, Mariah Carey, Public Enemy, Taking Back Sunday, Ashanti, De La Soul, Run-DMC, Glassjaw, and many more


I may not like them all but Long Island gave birth to them all. So all of you STFU
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#31
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Adelaide. Oh wait, all the bands skip us when they tour...



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#32
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Adelaide. Oh wait, all the bands skip us when they tour...


I actually clicked on the thread to say Adelaide

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#33
for the music I listen to, most of Europe, America just doesn't do it as well as we used to
VERY METAL!
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#34
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Lancaster turned out August Burns Red and Texas in July recently.



Lancaster, California turned out Frank Zappa
#35
If you're talking the United States, Nashville and New Orleans are saturated with musical culture.
#36
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I'm pretty intrigued that Vancouver is becoming a hub for the new glitch-hop scene. Finally something to originate in my province


I'm sure I'm not the only one wanting to know this...

What the hell is glitch-hop?
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#39
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I'm sure I'm not the only one wanting to know this...

What the hell is glitch-hop?


+1 What the hell is that? Another new fusion of two random words, no doubt.
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#40
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I'm sure I'm not the only one wanting to know this...

What the hell is glitch-hop?


I think it's a mix between progressive dreamfunk and blackened crabcore.
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