Fresh music genres come and go, but they always leave a good, lasting impression. Here are some of the newest forms of music that the new generation today is enjoying.
Dark bass is also referred to as an underground music genre that combines the melody and style of industrial, trip hop, and electronic genre bass music.
Just like much other electronic dance music (EDM) records, the dark bass has a heavy bass. It likewise features that dark, raw, and deep vibes you often feel from other forms of organic music.
Progressive Heavy Electro Rock
This is another music genre that may be likened to EDM. Only, progressive heavy electro rock’s arrangement is more aggressive and progressive like those in metal and rock music. It also often combines other genres such as dubstep, electro, and trap.
Air pop is a genre that combines the elements of psychedelic rock, pop, trip hop, and ambient music. Its vocals may either be calm and dark, or soft and mysterious at the same time. Moreover, air pop’s bottom is controlled by live bass and big dirty hip hop breaks.
Although this genre sounds like one, glitch soulazz is not jazz. Rather, it’s a combination of DJ-produced electronic music and glitch hop with the traditional blues and jazz elements. If you like the sound of glitch hop, then you’ll surely find glitch soulazz more upbeat and exciting.
Country Dance Music (CDM)
For sure you’re thinking where or how country dance music originated. It’s likely a result of the music industry’s experiment on two of the popular music genres of all time: country and dance music. As its name suggests, CDM has a four-on-the-floor beat with country-like vocals and melodies.
Here’s another music genre that’s getting more and more popularity nowadays. As fancy as its name sounds, it really is a big deal today. If you’re familiar with trap music, space trap somewhat has a low-gloss style. The rapper often crafts urban language and stories over spacey 808-filled music grooves.
Orchestral Intelligent Dance Music (IDM)
It’s a good combination of punk and orchestral music. If you haven’t heard it yet, it’s quite hard to imagine how it really sounds. This trippy adventure somehow gained the nod among music enthusiasts and is, in fact, gaining more popularity and support from punk rock loyalists.
Heroine pop features a low-gloss style of female pop songwriting that features unglamorous stories about sex, class, and adolescence. Although it sometimes highlights broken-heartedness in the lyrics, heroine pop sounds a little bit trashy. It also sounds exaggerated, but it can be very comforting among ladies.
Don’t be fooled by its name. While it may sound boring to you, slouch rock is actually more exciting than you would initially think it is. It features some lazily articulated vocals with mid-tempo alternative rock music. Often sang by a male vocalist, slouch rock may be backed by a slide guitar track or fuzzy electric guitar.