Poll: Music Style
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Rock n Roll
6 5%
Indie
19 16%
Metal
20 17%
Jazz
9 7%
Gangsta rap
21 17%
R&B
4 3%
Grunge
3 2%
Alternative
7 6%
Other
32 26%
Voters: 121.
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#1
Pit what do you think the 12's music interest will be? We have a bunch of metal heads and indie kids it seems like. What do you think?
#3
Not very different then 2011.
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#4
..Since when the fudge does music taste depend on your UG join date?
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#5
A greater appreciation for bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, old time, ragtime, and western would be nice, but I'd imagine that it would be highly unlikely.

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#6
Some band will do something a little different that still appeals to fans of the regular ol' stuff and then a lot of other bands will try to copy that sound.

That's how stuff changes.
#9
Something you've never heard.
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#10
There'll probably be a lot of pop music in the charts, and in the periphery there will be some metal, some country/western, some jazz, some blues, some electronica, some rap, and lots of other stuff that I can't think of at the moment. But there will be far, far more bands/artists/projects in all of these genres than any one person can know, listen to and appreciate. And since recordings of past artists are still being piled up, in 2012 there will be more music around for people to listen to than at any point in history, so there's something for everyone really
#15
Rock and roll that sounds like if Dave Grohl's music had a baby with Allison Mosshart's music.

Pop that sounds like dubstep.

Dubstep that sounds like pop with spoken word breakdowns and builds, because of hipsters.

And more Asian vocalists.
#17
I'm betting on Skrillex-type dubstep everywhere and more bubblegum plastic pop trash...

and then there'll be some great albums like 11's Helplessness Blues, King of Limbs, etc.
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#18
Gangsta Rap Dubstep
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#19
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Gangsta Rap Dubstep
Almost there...
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#23
I think more indie music will break into the mainstream, following Foster the People's success. I also agree wubstep will be integrated (much like rap has been) into bubblegum shit; whether or not dubstep as a whole will continue to enjoy success like it has had in 2011 is yet to be seen.

I hope: more funk integration into rock music, following RHCP's lead, at least rhythmically.
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#24
Old news ^ EDIT to dubstep breakdowns/music having dubstep influence

I can see metal having more complete genre shifts mid song, see BTBAM, Painted in Exiles "Skylines", and August Burns Red's Internal Cannon
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#25
Quote by jeffbecklad
I think more indie music will break into the mainstream, following Foster the People's success. I also agree wubstep will be integrated (much like rap has been) into bubblegum shit; whether or not dubstep as a whole will continue to enjoy success like it has had in 2011 is yet to be seen.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bw9CALKOvAI&ob=av3e#t=2m5s

Hmm...
#27
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Not very different then 2011.



This.


Related: I hope 2012 brings the death of brocore breakdown bands and 'djent'
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#28
Quote by due 07
More wubstep and wubstep influence on top 40 type music.

sadly this
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#33
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metalcore w/ dubstep breakdowns

Lord have mercy.
#37
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A greater appreciation for bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, old time, ragtime, and western would be nice, but I'd imagine that it would be highly unlikely.




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#38
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A greater appreciation for bluegrass, blues, country, jazz, old time, ragtime, and western would be nice, but I'd imagine that it would be highly unlikely.
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#39
Same horrible pop music.
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#40
Quote by Spartan101400
Jazz Thrash fusion



This i actually want too see this. Want to start the first band of it lol.
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