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The Next 10

While going through video footage we’ve shot in the course of 5 Magazine’s 10 years, it struck me how things have changed in a very short span of time. The evolution of the music industry is forever tied with that of technology, sometimes at the expense of artistry. Yet at the same time technology enhances it, creates new possibilities for sound and the presentation of it. And Lord knows it’s certainly made it easier and more accessible for everyone to express their musical vision.

So in lieu of a formal editor’s note, we asked 12 insiders in the dance music industry to gaze into the proverbial crystal ball and give their predictions as to how the art and business will be three, five or ten years from now.

Rees Urban: What The Future Looks Like

AT THIS POINT I'M absolutely lost with the direction of dance music. It's at an all time high as far as the fanbase is under the umbrella of EDM, but at an all time...

Steve “Silk” Hurley: What The Future Looks Like

FIVE YEARS FROM NOW I have a feeling that House Music will have made a complete comeback to where it was in the early '90s, but with even more commercial success. I believe it...

Tommie Sunshine: What The Future Looks Like

I BELIEVE people will get interested in what House Music was all about in the beginning: the feeling. I predict there will a gravitational pull towards the real and towards anything that evokes an...

Rich Medina: What The Future Looks Like

IN FIVE TO TEN YEARS, DJs who cannot function without digital music will hit a wall and be forced to turn back to the analog basics in some way, shape or form, as...

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