The future of electronica
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Asked by: k_wylie_21-ga
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08 Nov 2006 11:09 PST
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There are all sorts of great/innovative DJs out there today like Tiesto and Sasha. But what will electronic music sound like 10 or 20 years from now? It's such a new sort of music (relatively) that it's hard to know where it's heading. I did some poking around online - but I couldn't find ANY opinions about this! What do you think? I look forward to reading your insights.
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Re: The future of electronica
From: aliciadenney-ga on 08 Nov 2006 12:41 PST
As an avid, avid electronica fan ... I feel qualified to say that one could not effectively prognosticate such a concept, though I do have my suspicions. I believe that soon, gone will be the stereotypical monotony of the bassline -- as drugs to which these sounds are conducive fall out of favor in the dance community. I look forward to a more dynamic, yet perhaps even minimalistic sound. I'd say something like Plastikman meets Mauro Picotto. Check it! Both have myspaces, FWIW. Great question! TOUGH answer ------> Why I only feel comfortable giving you my humble opinion. I would love to discuss more! Perhaps another researcher out there is savvy with the technicalities behind electronica, but I would venture to say you won't find another researcher with as much of a passion for the sound and emotion behind techno-proper as I. P.L.U.R. aliciadenney-ga
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