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bumping  
von Barloup (DE), 2016-08-02, 07:36  like dislike  Spam?  
Es geht um die Musik zu einem Video. Die Produzentin beschreibt den Song so: "It's very catchy and bumping. It has this 'I don't care' attitude." Zu "bumping" fällt mir absolut nichts ein. (Gemeint ist der Song "Maa Ka Phone Aaya", falls jemand reinhören möchte...)
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" rockig "  ?  #850465
von sunfunlili (DE/GB), 2016-08-02, 09:23  like dislike  Spam?  
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von Barloup (DE), 2016-08-02, 09:49  like dislike  Spam?  
 #850468
Hast du mal reingehört ;-) ?- Aber rockig ist nicht schlecht, "fetzig" ginge vielleicht auch - oder ist das zu altmodisch?
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Looks like Indlish to me  #850493
von Proteus-, 2016-08-02, 12:21  like dislike  Spam?  178.191.29....
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von anon1, 2016-08-02, 14:55  like dislike  Spam?  100.4.125....
 #850510
Im US-amerikanischen Englisch und in diesem Zusammenhang würde bumping auf eine rhytmische Bassuntermalung hindeuten, zu der man sich Vorstoßen und Zurückziehen der Hüfte vorstellen kann. AE bump-and-grind: Hüfte vor-und zurückschieben mit zeitweiligen Hüfte-kreisen-lassen Einlagen.
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von Barloup (DE), 2016-08-02, 15:28  like dislike  Spam?  
 #850514
4;Proteus: Es ist Indlish: Das Making of eines Bollywood-Films. Danke für den Link - scheint ein interessantes Buch zu sein!
4;anon 1: Also so die Richtung von groovy? Ich brauch halt ein einziges Wort...
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von anon1, 2016-08-02, 16:57  like dislike  Spam?  100.4.125....
 #850541
Bei groovy muss ich an seichte Musikbegleitung zum 1970er Kannabisrausch denken. Hier geht's wohl eher um sexuelle Energie, die musikalisch zum Ausdruck gebracht wird. Aber das treffende Wort fällt mir auch nicht ein, sorry.
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Vielleicht eingängig und erotisch — Letzteres kann ich beim mithörenden Ansehen überhaupt nicht nachvollziehen  #850547
von Proteus-, 2016-08-02, 17:24  like dislike  Spam?  178.191.29....
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von uffiee, 2016-08-02, 19:12  like dislike  Spam?  80.144.97...
 #850564
I'd guess this means bouncing up and down.
https://books.google.de/books?id=O94ZBQAAQBAJ&pg=PA43&lpg=P...

I can't imagine it has anything like the Jamaican connotations of bumper etc.
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alle  #850577
von Barloup (DE), 2016-08-03, 06:51  like dislike  Spam?  
Vielen Dank für eure Hilfe! Ich denke, ich werde in Anlehnung an sunfunlilis "rockig" "geht ab" nehmen - "der Song ist eingängig und geht ab." Erotisch ist er übrigens überhaupt nicht....
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Analytische Nachschrift  #850620
von themadhatter (GB), 2016-08-03, 12:50  like dislike  Spam?  
It's always more complicated, sorry!  Apart from the literal meanings there seem to be  3 clear uses "bumping" in popular speech.  (Pl see below).  My guess is that it has become a word of general approbation (meaning 3) by a generalisation of meaning 1, since the bumping bass is obviously a good thing. :) But I think Barloup's Produzentin is referring to meaning 2, the genre of the music (while picking up the good vibes from meaning 3).

So "rocking" captures the feeling, although it doesn't describe the music, which is much more House and Rap, than R&B.  I also thought "rocking" sounded archaic, but ngram says its use has been increasing steadily since 1964 (similarly with "catchy"). "Geht ab" certainly captures meaning 3.
https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=rocking&year_star...
https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=catchy&year_start...

(Enough sociolinguistics) :)

Meanings of "bumping"
:
1.  Playing music loud with lots of bass, typically in your car,  with the windows down, e.g.

"blaring (verb) music and getting down to it. Jaming. Rocking out. Grooving to the music. Often used in reference to people driving down the road in their cars listening to some recording artists that they really like.
e.g.  "My neighbor is bumping Journey on his stereo. "
"We were bumping hardcore rap."
by runandwin June 27, 2005"
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bumping

here are some more quotes (note the flexible syntax)

"What are some good rap songs that bump with subs?"  i.e. subwoofers,
"what are some good songs with nice bass? ... which can turn the power up and down so i got some control on how much is bumps."
"I need some new songs to listen to, but I dont want any songs that aren't going to bump my car."
"LED lights that bump to your subs"
"link me some sick ass songs to bump in my car."

2. Bumping music

is a specific style of disco music with a fast steady beat.  Ironically it doesn't have a lot of bass, so it wouldn't be much good for bumping in your car.  Here's a sample:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osZ-2CsspQk

But it does (to my ear at least)  sound quite like the Bollywood song which Barloup's Producer is describing! (Maa Ka Phone):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVLgGkOcnYY

Urban Dictionary has this account:
"Bumping (music)
Bumping is a genre of music that we think came from the infamous 'Stupid House' of the 90s. It combines the legendary donk bass with some really hard and fast beats ideal for doing some crazy-arse jumpstyle dancing. Therefore it is most liked by people with punky haircuts, 'Welcome 2 Paradise' clothing and Puma shoes with a lot of springs or Nike TNs for example.

Bumping is known (and created) in Russia, probably some countries around Russia and Spain, too.

Making a bumping song normally takes around five minutes while having breakfast; it doesn't include any supercomplex basslines 'cause theyre repeating the same 2 bars through the whole song, build-ups can be made pretty quick just by adding the classic alarm sound that comes with the famous Virtual DJ software, and also the melodies don't have to be too heart-touching."

...  full article at:
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Bumping%20%28music%29

(I'd like to tell you more about  the bumping donk bass, but apparently it "has its own secret recipe that no one knows (similar to coca-cola)")

3. "Bumping" in general parlance seems to be used to mean "good/exciting", e.g.

"bumping"    adjective
- full of people. Typically used to refer to a party, a dance club (disco,) etc. Usually
pronounced "bumpin."That party was bumping!"
- good.  "That pie is bumpin'."   (2002)
http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/bumping
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Analytische Nachschrift  #850623
von themadhatter (GB), Last modified: 2016-08-03, 13:07  like dislike  Spam?  
It's always more complicated, sorry!  Apart from the literal meanings there seem to be  3 clear uses "bumping" in popular speech.  (Pl see below).  My guess is that it has become a word of general approbation (meaning 3) by a generalisation of meaning 1, since the bumping bass is obviously a good thing. :) But I think Barloup's Produzentin is referring to meaning 2, the genre of the music (while picking up the good vibes from meaning 3).

So "rocking" captures the feeling, although it doesn't describe the music, which is much more House, and Rap, than R&B.  I also thought "rocking" sounded archaic, but ngram says its use has been increasing steadily since 1964, (similarly with "catchy"). "Geht ab" certainly captures meaning 3.
https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=rocking&year_star...
https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=catchy&year_start...

(Enough sociolinguistics) :)

Meanings of "bumping"
:
1.  Playing music loud with lots of bass, typically in your car,  with the windows down, e.g.

"blaring (verb) music and getting down to it. Jaming. Rocking out. Grooving to the music. Often used in reference to people driving down the road in their cars listening to some recording artists that they really like.
e.g.  "My neighbor is bumping Journey on his stereo. "
"We were bumping hardcore rap."
by runandwin June 27, 2005"
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=bumping

here are some more quotes (note the flexible syntax)

"What are some good rap songs that bump with subs?"  i.e. subwoofers,
"what are some good songs with nice bass? ... which can turn the power up and down so i got some control on how much is bumps."
"I need some new songs to listen to, but I dont want any songs that aren't going to bump my car."
"LED lights that bump to your subs"
"link me some sick ass songs to bump in my car."

2. Bumping music

is a specific style of disco music with a fast steady beat.  Ironically it doesn't have a lot of bass, so it wouldn't be much good for bumping in your car.  Here's a sample:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osZ-2CsspQk

But it does (to my ear at least)  sound quite like the Bollywood song which Barloup's Producer is describing! (Maa Ka Phone):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVLgGkOcnYY

Urban Dictionary has this account:
"Bumping (music)
Bumping is a genre of music that we think came from the infamous 'Stupid House' of the 90s. It combines the legendary donk bass with some really hard and fast beats ideal for doing some crazy-arse jumpstyle dancing. Therefore it is most liked by people with punky haircuts, 'Welcome 2 Paradise' clothing and Puma shoes with a lot of springs or Nike TNs for example.

Bumping is known (and created) in Russia, probably some countries around Russia and Spain, too.

Making a bumping song normally takes around five minutes while having breakfast; it doesn't include any supercomplex basslines 'cause theyre repeating the same 2 bars through the whole song, build-ups can be made pretty quick just by adding the classic alarm sound that comes with the famous Virtual DJ software, and also the melodies don't have to be too heart-touching."

...  full article at:
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Bumping%20%28music%29

(I'd like to tell you more about  the bumping donk bass, but apparently it "has its own secret recipe that no one knows (similar to coca-cola)")

3. "Bumping" in general parlance seems to be used to mean "good/exciting", e.g.

"bumping"    adjective
- full of people. Typically used to refer to a party, a dance club (disco,) etc. Usually
pronounced "bumpin."That party was bumping!"
- good.  "That pie is bumpin'."   (2002)
http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-definition-of/bumping

btw. Bump-and-Grind is quite a different style of music to Bumping: andante/adagio rather than Bumping's allegro, with clear(ish) and significant lyrics.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAXxkNaRkp8
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themadhatter  #850625
von Barloup (DE), Last modified: 2016-08-03, 13:21  like dislike  Spam?  
Wow. Vielen Dank für die detaillierte Erklärung!!
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Barloup  #850675
von themadhatter (GB), 2016-08-03, 23:11  like dislike  Spam?  
Gerne!  Danke für das Auslösen, ein ganz interessant Forschungsbereich :)
Ich bin in dieser schöne neue Welt des US Slang/Musik hingerissen, und habe dieses zunächst geschrieben, es mir selbst zu erklären.
Übrigens, dass jeder Titel nur langsam beginnt, habe ich nicht erwähnt.  Man muss den in der Mitte hören.

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