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Bachata  Bachata is from the Dominican Republic and is known as a popular Latino form of the Blues. Usually only found in brothels it began its rise much like the blues, through the underground music culture. It became popular around the 1980’s because of Blas Duran and his music and has become a style popular outside of Santo Domingo. Both the Blues and Merengue were influences on Bachata and the genre uses those styles for its rhythms. Now however, Bachata is more of a romantic style and is seen as another type of Bolero music. (Wayne, D. (n.d.). History of Bachata, The guitar music of the Dominican Republic. Retrieved July 24, 2016, from of-the-dominican-republic) (Bachata - The Music of Bitterness. (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from  The first song I am going to analyze is “La Diabla” a popular Bachata song by Romeo Santos. The song starts of by playing the guitar as the strings are rapidly plucked and there are drums, maracas, and a keyboard harmonizing with it. The artist sings the Spanish lyrics about love in his Falsetto a changes the pitch of his voice during certain lyrics to provide emphasis. Next is “Te Extrano” by Xtreme which features the artist also singing in his falsetto. This song is slower paced then the other giving it a more romantic feel, and features a guitar along with drums. Death Metal  Death Metal is a subgenre of Heavy metal music but has a few key characteristics. The style they play the guitar is described as lengthy phrasal riffs because the music is composed of power chord forms. The subject matter is also very dark and morbid which is why it is not popular with the general population. It is believed that death metal came onto the scene during the 80’s thanks to bands such as Black Sabbath. Death metal most notably is recognized by the extremely fast tempos of their songs. (A history of death metal. (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from death-metal-249395) (Death Metal Underground : The Heavy Metal FAQ. (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from  The first song I am going to analyze is called “Hammer Smashed Face” by Cannibal Corpse. The song has an extremely fast paced Presto tempo straight from the start. The song quickly plays riffs from an electric guitar and the drummer rapidly beats the drums to the tempo. The vocals come out as low animalistic growls with incomprehensible lyrics. The second song is called “Maze of Torment” by Morbid Angel where the band plays a similar presto tempo. They also play the same low pitch, fast, power riffs popular with death metal and this song plays the drums at an even faster tempo than the first song. In this song however, the lyrics are somewhat understandable but still sung in a low growling voice. Dubstep  Dubstep started around the late 90’s and became largely popular during the 2000’s. The genre itself started out as more dark but has always consisted of very high BPM’s and lots of electronic reverberations. Dubstep started with the DJ’s in London One of the first on the dubstep scene was the Producer Skream. It gets its name from the combination of “Dub” and “2 step” which was popular in London. (History. (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from (What Is Dubstep? (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from  The first song I chose to analyze is called “Eyes On Fire” a remix of a Blue Foundation song by Zeds Dead. This song is completely electronic but has guitar in it playing throughout the song. The song starts out at an Adagio tempo until it builds up to a Moderato. The female vocals in this song are soft and simple, and are given effect through electronic reverberation. The second song I chose to analyze is “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” by Skrillex. This song starts off a bit faster at a Moderato tempo and features male vocals. The male vocals are singing in Falsetto are electronically reverberated until the moment where the tempo builds up and plays one large note into a faster tempo part of the song. EDM  EDM is an abbreviation for Electric Dance Music. It is also the genre in which all electronic music subgenres falls under. This music is made by DJ’s who perform their music in clubs. EDM became popular because of its mass appeal to the public making it popular around the world. Some even say that EDM has joined hip hop in the top ranks of today’s pop music. ((n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from hype-why-electronic-dance-music-really-could-be-the-new- rock/259597/) (Etymology of EDM: The Complex Heritage Of Electronic Dance Music. (2014). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from of-electronic-dance-music-d3e3aa873369#.rggl242xa)  The first song I am going to analyze is “Light It Up” by Major Lazer ft. Nyla and Fuse ODG. The starts off with a trumpet tune as the song plays electronic reverberations of drums and autotuned female vocals. The chorus consists of electronically altered trumpet and drum notes and male vocals. All of the song is played at Allegretto tempo. The second song has an Andante tempo to start but features a slightly less electronic female vocalist. As the song progresses there are harmonizing vocals in the background and repeated lyrics until the beat drops and plays at a faster rhythm. Grunge  Grunge music started in the late 1980’s and its popularity continued into the 90’s. The genre itself started around the Seattle area and served as a middle ground between Heavy Metal and other genres. It is widely agreed upon that Nirvana was the most significant and popular band within the genre. After the death of Kurt Cobain and the end of Nirvana the genre died out. The were many other band that tried to have the same style but Nirvana was the most significant band within the genre. (J. (2016). The Best of the 1990s: A Guide to Grunge Music. Retrieved July 24, 2016, from nostalgia-where-to-start-with-grunge.html/?a=viewall) (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica. (n.d.). Grunge. Retrieved July 24, 2016, from  The first song I am going to analyze is “Lithium” by Nirvana. The song’s intro features simple slow guitar riffs and simple drum beat. The vocals are sung by the famous Kurt Cobain in a low soft voice until the chorus where the guitar begins playing rapid low riffs and the drum beat speeds up. The vocals then harmonize with the phrase “yeah” and the lyrics of the chorus and the songs speeds up to a Moderato tempo. The second song is “Black Hole Sun” which features electric guitar, keyboard, drums, bass and male vocals that are higher than Kurt Cobain harmonizing with the low guitar riffs. Reggaeton  Regaeton started in Puerto Rico and grew there which later developed most of Reggaeton’s most popular artists. It became popular in parts of North and South America within the Latin communities. Mostly started with the underground youth, much like hip hop. It also draws influence from North American Hip Hop and Jamaican Reggae. It is a genre that was most popular with the Latin youth. (Reggaeton History. (n.d.). Retrieved July 25, 2016, from http://www.reggaeton-in- (Reggaeton Music. (n.d.). Retrieved July 25, 2016, from rico/music/reggaeton-music)  The first song I am going to analyze is “Gasolina” by Daddy Yankee. The song starts off with rapid electronic low beeping sounds and backup up singers all at a Presto tempo. During the lyrics and chorus drums and the lyrics are added in with the male rapping in Spanish. This all continues until the part where it slows down and the artists sing in their tenor. The second song I am going to analyze is “Ay Vamos” by J. Balvin. The intro consists of only a few simple keys on a keyboard until it harmonizes with the vocals. Then during the bridge the drums and the bass join in along with wind instruments until the chorus where all the instruments harmonize with the vocals. Symphonic Metal  Symphonic Metal is a subgenre of Heavy Metal with a much smaller following. Symphonic Metal takes the subject matter and stylistic choices of metal. However most of the music and instrumentation itself is symphonic or orchestrated. Symphonic metal rose in popularity during the late 80’s and 90’s with the band Savantage. There’s different styles of Symphonic Metal and it mostly depends on the vocals. (Symphonic Metal. (n.d.). Retrieved July 25, 2016, from metal.html) (Levine, R. (2006). From Heavy Metal to Symphonic Rock and Holiday Gold. Retrieved July 25, 2016, from ?_r=0)  The first song I am going to analyze is “The Siren of the Woods” by Therion. The song starts off with only stringed instruments using both a plucking and a strumming style while harmonizing. Then slowly an organ is added in for harmony and soft female vocals are added in. The song sounds more like something you would hear at an orchestra concert until the vocals are added in. The second song is “Ghost Love Score” by Nightwish which sounds very similar to an orchestra because of the rapid drum beats along with the harmony of the wind, brass, and string instruments. The song starts off with the female vocals at first but then uses male vocals.


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