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    Default A new genre born every day...

    just got this email from beat port...... i don't even know what this crap is, there is really a few main genres but just with different names. sad....

    http://view.beatport-email.com/view_...0775711072&r=0

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    post-dubstep isnt even funny as a joke. I'd honestly like to throat punch the person who claims they coined it.

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    Deep Granola Trail Mix House

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven Deep View Post
    post-dubstep isnt even funny as a joke. I'd honestly like to throat punch the person who claims they coined it.
    honestly post-dubstep was one of the least offensive of those.


    glo-fi on the other hand, wtf? melancholic house, dubtronica, street bass?
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    Glo-Fi is pretty big in the UK and is one of the few genres names that actually resembles the music that it describes.

    I like a lot of Glo-Fi

    http://www.last.fm/tag/glo-fi/artists

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    hehe i was laughing at first, but then i was pissed, because all the hipster djs in my town are gonna jump on this bandwagon.

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    street bass it so 2010

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karlos Santos View Post
    Glo-Fi is pretty big in the UK and is one of the few genres names that actually resembles the music that it describes.

    I like a lot of Glo-Fi

    http://www.last.fm/tag/glo-fi/artists


    It sounds like another NME coined term for indie bands with a passing interest with neon and glowsticks.
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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DubluW View Post
    It sounds like another NME coined term for indie bands with a passing interest with neon and glowsticks.
    Yeah it does but it isn't

    It's just slow, lo-fi, Indie with a lot of fuzzy ethereal sounds. Pretty much like the old 'shoe gazing' stuff of the 90's . Definitely not kids and glow-sticks. I think that died out with the Klaxons and the nu-rave indie scene, thankfully.

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