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28th Sep '16 5:46:22 AM YonTroper
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* Darren Korb, the composer for the Bastion soundtrack, refers to it as "acoustic frontier triphop" and, by Pyth, it sure is.

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* Darren Korb, the composer for the Bastion ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'' soundtrack, refers to it as "acoustic frontier triphop" and, by Pyth, it sure is.is. His soundtrack for Supergiant Games' subsequent project ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' also fits - he described it as "old-world electronic post-rock".
23rd Sep '16 10:58:05 PM nombretomado
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* CoheedAndCambria is rooted in ProgressiveMetal, but unusually has prominent PopPunk and {{Emo}} influences.

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* CoheedAndCambria Music/CoheedAndCambria is rooted in ProgressiveMetal, but unusually has prominent PopPunk and {{Emo}} influences.
19th Sep '16 4:53:53 PM Loiterer
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* While starting as a traditional Death Metal band seem to be becoming some sort of hybrid Death Metal/Swing band if this video[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QeIgsBQTHQ]] is anything to go by. They also seem to be incorporating Voodoo-themes into their lyrics.

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* While starting as a traditional Death Metal band band, Trepalium seem to be becoming some sort of hybrid Death Metal/Swing band if this video[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QeIgsBQTHQ]] is anything to go by. They also seem to be incorporating Voodoo-themes into their lyrics.
19th Sep '16 4:53:07 PM Loiterer
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* While starting as a traditional Death Metal band seem to be becoming some sort of hybrid Death Metal/Swing band if this video[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QeIgsBQTHQ]] is anything to go by. They also seem to be incorporating Voodoo-themes into their lyrics.
10th Sep '16 9:04:35 AM PhysicalStamina
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* [[{{Vaporwave}} Vapor]][[http://rateyourmusic.com/genre/Vaporwave/ wave]], during its early days, could be described as Chopped & Screwed edits (more or less) of Pop/R&B/Smooth Jazz music TheEighties and [[TheNineties '90s]], sometimes mixed with {{Shoegaze}}. These days, it has spawned many different styles (or sub-genres if you wish to call them as such) that could all have descriptions here. Vaportrap, for example is a mix of {{Ambient}} music and TrapMusic.

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* [[{{Vaporwave}} Vapor]][[http://rateyourmusic.com/genre/Vaporwave/ wave]], during its early days, could be described as Chopped & Screwed edits (more or less) of Pop/R&B/Smooth Jazz music from TheEighties and [[TheNineties '90s]], sometimes mixed with {{Shoegaze}}. These days, it has spawned many different styles (or sub-genres if you wish to call them as such) that could all have descriptions here. Vaportrap, for example is a mix of {{Ambient}} music and TrapMusic.
29th Aug '16 7:20:30 PM UltimateLazer
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* Music/TameImpala started as pretty straight-forward PsychedelicRock, but by their third album, they became a bizarre mixture of psychedelia, pop, disco, R&B, funk, and electronica.
29th Aug '16 2:49:52 AM UltimateLazer
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* Ratatat define their style as "rocktronica", which is fitting because it's equal parts rock music and electronica. Over the course of their career, they've integrated elements of funk, post-rock, and psychedelia, while playing ElectronicMusic backed by rather intricate guitar playing.
29th Aug '16 12:42:05 AM UltimateLazer
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* Music/LCDSoundsystem pioneered DancePunk by mixing together, well, dance and punk. The elements range anywhere from ElectronicMusic to {{Disco}}, and other aspects like NewWave, glam, {{Pop}}, SpokenWord, krautrock, acid house, AlternativeRock and more can show up at any time.
28th Aug '16 2:22:45 AM UltimateLazer
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* Major Lazer has this more-or-less as the main point. At the very least, they mix together [[ElectronicDanceMusic EDM]] with [[{{Reggae}} Dancehall]]. However, they also take influence from African, Middle Eastern, and Indian music whenever they feel like, and experiment with {{Pop}} and HipHop along the way.

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* Major Lazer Music/MajorLazer has this more-or-less as the main point. At the very least, they mix together [[ElectronicDanceMusic EDM]] with [[{{Reggae}} Dancehall]]. However, they also take influence from African, Middle Eastern, and Indian music whenever they feel like, and experiment with {{Pop}} and HipHop along the way.
28th Aug '16 1:33:18 AM UltimateLazer
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* SOPHIE, the man who produced the album, also fits. His style has also been referred to as "experimental pop", featuring elements taken from j-pop, k-pop, eurodance, and even boy band pop music -- all taken to an "extreme" form, not mention the various noises he integrates into his music. It's almost impossible to tell what genre he's playing, because of how weird it all sounds.

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* SOPHIE, the man who produced the album, EP, also fits. His style has also been referred to as "experimental pop", featuring elements taken from j-pop, k-pop, eurodance, and even boy band pop music -- all taken to an "extreme" form, not mention the various noises he integrates into his music. It's almost impossible to tell what genre he's playing, because of how weird it all sounds.
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