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With no new genres emerging and pop music mimicking the past, what is the sound of right now?

It's hard to listen to mainstream music and pick out what our present-day sound is. The airwaves are all over the place. Sometimes you’ll come across a twangy acoustic guitar alongside a yowling folk singer — the kind of stuff that…

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