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http://www.billboard.com/files/styles/promo_310/public/Best%20Bets%202013/best-bets-albums-eminem-650-430.jpg Music of the 2000s Culture: 2000s and Beyond 21st Century Folk Revival:
-Originated in the United Kingdom (Mumford & Sons, etc.), but after gaining popularity around the world, many American folk bands also rose to success, such as:
-The Avett Brothers
-Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros Film and TV of the 2000s Movies Art of the 2000s Fashion of the 2000s -Popular ("Top 40") music was substantially influenced by the introduction of digital downloads
-Today, many choose to listen to music online or through mp3 players, as opposed to buying entire albums.
-Current popular genres:
3.) Soft rock
4.) Electronic/techno 21st Century Popular Music: Pop Music Hip-Hop/Rap Soft Rock Electronic/Techno Future? -What originated as "popular music" has now become a distinct genre
-Today, pop artists put a large focus on visual appeal of performances through costumes and choreography
-Modern pop music is often criticized for being shallow and "selling out" to make money, rather than "quality music" -Second only to pop music in terms of marketability, profits, and appeal
-Since gaining popularity, rap has influenced pop artists in their style of music
-Distinct regional differences became apparent in areas like New York and Los Angeles -The growing influence of technology on American culture has made its way into the music industry in recent years
-Music producers have become more prominent, such as Danger Mouse
-Dubstep and similar forms of electronic music have risen to popularity, despite criticism from musical "purists" -Technology for holographic performers originating in Japan has begun to make its way into America
-Coachella: a hologram of the late rapper Tupac "performed" in 2012
-Will we see more of this in the future? Probably, it is a global trend that could potentially bring back famous musicians of the past -Also called the "Post-Grunge" movement
-A softer feel than rock music of previous decades; more ballad and anthem-style music
-Artists include Foo Fighters, Lifehouse, 3 Doors Down, and Nickelback Street Art Digital Art Contemporary public space artwork
Often used to spread awareness on social or political issues
In the form of graffiti, sculptures, or posters Shepard Fairey One of the most well known and influential street artists Barack Obama "Hope" poster Use of digital technology in the creative process
Can change over time or respond to viewers
Makes the experience more personal and thought provoking. Trends in the 2000's -mash up of old and new trends
-denim-miniskirts and jackets
-skinny jeans with boots
-leggings http://foxyfashion.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/studded-denim-jacket-30-from-dorothy-perkins-743093742.jpg Popular Trends -Hipster-skinny jeans
-Boho-long skirts, sunglasses, boots Future Trends? -technology used in fashion
-clothing that provides protection-Frontline gloves
-Clothing that captures energy-electronic devices http://www.thecoolist.com/the-tech-of-fashion-10-ways-technology-drives-tomorrows-fashion/bike-helmet-airbag-2/ http://www.thecoolist.com/the-tech-of-fashion-10-ways-technology-drives-tomorrows-fashion/frontline-gloves-networked-security-gloves/ Television Trilogies
Animation Trends Trends Office settings
Animation More Photo Credits http://www.unurth.com/filter/Obey