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MOON PERSONs have seriously fucked up taste in music

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    Originally posted by RisiR Forgot to switch accounts, altfucker.

    Actually I was high and talking to myself you derpadew
  3. #23
    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    We're pretty much at that point where it's difficult to make new music. That's kind of interesting to think about, the evolution of music and how at some point there's just only so much that can be created without essentially repeating previous versions. The electronic music surge over the last decade has been pretty indicative of this truth, remixes and whatnot. I wonder what music will be like in 50 years from now. We need some new instruments, and some new sounds altogether.
  4. #24
    Originally posted by mmQ We're pretty much at that point where it's difficult to make new music. That's kind of interesting to think about, the evolution of music and how at some point there's just only so much that can be created without essentially repeating previous versions. The electronic music surge over the last decade has been pretty indicative of this truth, remixes and whatnot. I wonder what music will be like in 50 years from now. We need some new instruments, and some new sounds altogether.

    I personally see trends happening like we do now with groups like Tame Impala simply giving a refresh to 70's music. You've got some rappers doing 90's type stuff now too. I heard a weird song the other day that was a modern 50's-60's now, some English kids beating up a pinata in the music video. IDK.

    Point is, I think this is what's gonna have to happen to keep fresh. I can't fathom what can be done to change the sound of music but then again, I'm no pioneer.
  5. #25
    Debstep and tech is my instrument
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    snab_snib African Astronaut
    Originally posted by mmQ We're pretty much at that point where it's difficult to make new music. That's kind of interesting to think about, the evolution of music and how at some point there's just only so much that can be created without essentially repeating previous versions. The electronic music surge over the last decade has been pretty indicative of this truth, remixes and whatnot. I wonder what music will be like in 50 years from now. We need some new instruments, and some new sounds altogether.

    josquin and palestrina were churning out hundreds of parody masses in the 15th century, which isn't really any different than sampling/remixing a track.
  7. #27
    Lanny motherfucker
    Originally posted by Discount Whore



    Thanks, Lori.
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    cerakote African Astronaut
    all yours my friend
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