It's 2016. Why haven't you created a new and fresh music genre yet /mu/?
How about we backmask anime themes, slow them down, put pre-made drum loops over them, and call it "anti-may"
Why haven't you created a new and fresh music genre yet
because I've discovered that it's really hard to make my own subgenre of metal core that isn't garbage on FL Studio.
there is no aesthetic. All album covers will look like this
How about you grab a pair of lesser known genres (or less globalized ones, like something popular in South America or some asian countries), remove all the traditional instruments, mix elements of both of them up and make it electronic music? Bonus points if it's not danceable but rather an introspective genre.
and then you add vaporwave samples (which are already pretty much samples of something else already) buried in the rest of the music and call it vanguard mixwave or something horribly meaningless and pretentious like that
I've been working on something I want to call Dead Wave or The Second Coming of North American Cold Wave.
It would take footwork style percussion, math rock like guitars, but only bass VI's, baritones or 7 strings, and synth/electronic work similar to prurient.
It would be either melancholy or tonally ambiguous with a preference for harsh vocals over singing
Subject matter would deal with isolation, depression, weird features of the human experience as we move towards a more technology-based lifestyle.
I'd like for it to be a strictly Minnesotan thing because it would be nice to have a new style of music come up with a srong Internet presence but also have an oddly centralized region.
How autistic is it that I have all this figured out an I've yet to record the music for it.
i personally am interested in making some experimental noise rock which hopefully has a unique sound. started learning bass guitar about 4 months ago to pursue it, my friend is on drums and we'll be using a synth as well, he's also looking to cop v-drums and we will also try and use some field recordings probably.