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This positive trend is continuing strongly into 2022, with indie share of the UK market overall now up to 28.9% YTD, boosted by No.1 albums from The Wombats, Don Broco, Stereophonics and rapper Central Cee. The enduring appeal of independently-released albums that have gone on to become classics sees them now finding fresh audiences thanks to streaming and sales of vinyl. Arctic Monkeys’ 2013 release AM was the biggest-selling indie album of 2021, while Adele’s 21 and 25 also powered the success of the sector. Music isn’t only about the songs themselves, events centred around music have their own trends that constantly evolve. Globally, cultural progression is currently being fuelled by club nights that are opening up for certain parts of society that have long been oppressed. While clubbing centres like London, Brighton and Berlin have a history of being more advanced in regards to LGBTQ+ rights, all three are experiencing a rise in female queer and gay nights.

  • A study suggests diverse life forms existed on Earth much earlier than previously thought and there’s a rare planetary alignment that will grace the UK night sky next week.
  • First posted by @astronomicalboy, all this dance trend requires is for you to hit the move on the first two beats of Carrie’s track, and then bop to the rest.
  • This ’80s bop from Timex Social Club has been turned into a meme that basically exposes every day lies, thanks to its “stop spreading those rumours around” lyrics.
  • The Silhouette challenge has taken over TikTok, and it sees people serving body against a backdrop of red light.

In a reverse of the PS1 formula, Topic have taken a credible club track and made it a lot more commercial. They’ve built a bright pop song about having a Better Day over the deep and dark beats of Kerncraft 400’s Zombie Nation. While rap fusing with other genres is nothing new – see Aerosmith and Run DMC’s Walk This Way, or the Collision Course EP by Linkin Park and Jay Z as just two examples – 2019 took it to a whole new level. Before last year, frantica.com no one could have predicted that Billy Rae Cyrus would team up with an unknown rapper to release a song like Old Town Road. But team up they did, and the result was one of the standout tracks of the year, and the rap/country fusion peaked on the Billboard 100 for nineteen consecutive weeks, a new record. Whether it’s through changes in culture or technology, new instruments or techniques, the march of time has always and will always change music.

Please refresh the page regularly with the latest news, pictures and videos. Icebergify isn’t the only Spotify Wrapped alternative that you can use to share your music taste. But for the rest of the year, Spotify doesn’t offer an easy way of sharing your music taste, which is why some music fans have taken to creating tools of their own. It depends on your point of view, but I like the way these acts are taking something from decades ago and doing something new with it.

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Well, actually, there’s a few tracks that have been used but the main one is a remix of Paul Anka’s ‘Put Your Head on My Shoulder’ and Doja Cat’s ‘Streets’. Natasha Bedingfield’s iconic track has been given the dance treatment thanks to @rony_boyy, who has seen their infectious choreography go viral on the app. The routine also features some dance moves inspired by Beyoncé’s ‘Single Ladies’ choreography. There’s a couple of variations to the start of this dance for this viral challenge floating about on YouTube but the first one appears to be from @sharlizetrue_, @pressleyhosbach and @shariahtrue.

NFTs provide another way for musicians to connect with their fans. The exclusivity of providing digital assets grants fans a greater sense of inclusivity, connecting them with other people who’ve invested in a musician’s own collection of NFTs. He added that first dances don’t always have to be to slow, romantic songs.

This summer-vibes track is being used by TikTokers who start out driving normally in their cars, and then switch to headscarves and sunglasses on the beat of the chorus. The ‘Adeola wanna roll with a geezer’ track is everywhere on TikTok right now, especially in transition edits. Is your FYP overwhelmed with people cutting and slicing up cucumbers with a big knife while Olivia’s melancholic bop plays in the background? The trend is directed at people’s exes who moved on to a new relationship and well, you can kinda of guess get the rest… The duet between Usnavi and Vanessa from In The Heights has become a meme on TikTok, with users either performing both parts of the song by themselves, or with a friend.

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According to Epidemic Sound, 8D audio is a subcategory of music that “tricks your brain into thinking you’re in a bigger space”. Buckle up kids, this listening experience is going to blow your mind.

With Godfathers such as Fela Kuti, we’ve seen the genre evolve to a global phenomenon spearheaded by the likes of Wizkid and Davido. 93% of Youtube’s most popular videos were music videos, which means that people are actively seeking out and watching videos created by artists. Something that has changed over the last few years when it comes to music videos is their aesthetic. Today, genreless-ness defines much of the sound in any given top 100 chart with persistent R&B and hip-hop influences, while the return of pop-punk is also making a mark.

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While women in music have forever been unfairly judged by their looks and youth, Madonna’s ability to continually stay relevant is a reflection of her uncanny ability to forever keep just ahead of musical trends. However, being a global African DJ myself, the true question at hand is the long-term stance of this beautiful yet misunderstood genre dubbed ‘Afrobeats’. Being Nigerian I have a natural bias towards Afrobeats , and have nothing but faith in its bright future. Having said that, we cannot avoid the need for structure and governance if Afrobeats is to stand the test of time. In comparison to other genres, it has had a relatively short life-span but its story is just as powerful and inspiring. The whole video was done with green screen – an ongoing trend that peaked during the pandemic’s social distancing mandate.

By purchasing a musician’s NFT, you don’t just connect to an artist through a single experience, but through a digital link that will remain forever on a blockchain. Jonny emphasised the importance of having music during the meal, which he predicts is going to be the next big trend in the wedding industry. The humming harps and rhythmic tabor beats evoke a sense of connection with our feudal ancestors and their own grim experience of battening down the hatches against the latest outbreak. Alongside appealing to the global sense of pandemic ennui, connecting to our forebears through music also reminds us that our existence is predicated upon the fact that they survived their darkest hours. Sign up for exclusive newsletters, comment on stories, enter competitions and attend events.

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