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Warnman
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Posted - 2021/05/30 :  04:21:24  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Warnman's homepage  Reply with quote
It's interesting to notice that the sound of the music, which I had adored, still seems to be stuck in the American dictatorship of EDM after 15 years! There is absolutely no way to deny that the roots of Electronic Music was founded in the U. S. (Detroit) - of course, the pioneers, like Kraftwerk and others were originally from Europe.
However, I have adored the sound of synthesizers since the 80's and Americans used to call me a faggot, because back then, they still connected this kind of music to the Homosexuals. However, in Europe Electronic Music was the big fashion in the 90's (Eurodance, Hardtrance, Happy Hardcore, etc.), but whenever you go and visit a "typical 90's Party", it's all about Boy-/Girlgroups and Popcrap from the U. S..
Kindly hand over anything alreday perfectly designed to citizens of the U. S. and they are going to develope it to completely shit instead:
Rugby turns to American Football
Cricket turns to Baseball
Soccer (football) is called a sissy sport, although I personally think that a bunch of meatballs hopping on each other should be more confusing.


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Impulse_Response
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Posted - 2021/05/30 :  05:23:27  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Impulse_Response's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Warnman:
It's interesting to notice that the sound of the music, which I had adored, still seems to be stuck in the American dictatorship of EDM after 15 years! There is absolutely no way to deny that the roots of Electronic Music was founded in the U. S. (Detroit) - of course, the pioneers, like Kraftwerk and others were originally from Europe.
However, I have adored the sound of synthesizers since the 80's and Americans used to call me a faggot, because back then, they still connected this kind of music to the Homosexuals. However, in Europe Electronic Music was the big fashion in the 90's (Eurodance, Hardtrance, Happy Hardcore, etc.), but whenever you go and visit a "typical 90's Party", it's all about Boy-/Girlgroups and Popcrap from the U. S..
Kindly hand over anything alreday perfectly designed to citizens of the U. S. and they are going to develope it to completely shit instead:
Rugby turns to American Football
Cricket turns to Baseball
Soccer (football) is called a sissy sport, although I personally think that a bunch of meatballs hopping on each other should be more confusing.



How about you go back to bed.


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DJ_FunDaBounce
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Posted - 2021/05/30 :  05:24:59  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit DJ_FunDaBounce's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Impulse_Response:
quote:
Originally posted by Warnman:
It's interesting to notice that the sound of the music, which I had adored, still seems to be stuck in the American dictatorship of EDM after 15 years! There is absolutely no way to deny that the roots of Electronic Music was founded in the U. S. (Detroit) - of course, the pioneers, like Kraftwerk and others were originally from Europe.
However, I have adored the sound of synthesizers since the 80's and Americans used to call me a faggot, because back then, they still connected this kind of music to the Homosexuals. However, in Europe Electronic Music was the big fashion in the 90's (Eurodance, Hardtrance, Happy Hardcore, etc.), but whenever you go and visit a "typical 90's Party", it's all about Boy-/Girlgroups and Popcrap from the U. S..
Kindly hand over anything alreday perfectly designed to citizens of the U. S. and they are going to develope it to completely shit instead:
Rugby turns to American Football
Cricket turns to Baseball
Soccer (football) is called a sissy sport, although I personally think that a bunch of meatballs hopping on each other should be more confusing.



How about you go back to bed.



lol!


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Samination
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Sweden
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Posted - 2021/05/30 :  08:16:33  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Samination's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Impulse_Response:
quote:
Originally posted by Warnman:
It's interesting to notice that the sound of the music, which I had adored, still seems to be stuck in the American dictatorship of EDM after 15 years! There is absolutely no way to deny that the roots of Electronic Music was founded in the U. S. (Detroit) - of course, the pioneers, like Kraftwerk and others were originally from Europe.
However, I have adored the sound of synthesizers since the 80's and Americans used to call me a faggot, because back then, they still connected this kind of music to the Homosexuals. However, in Europe Electronic Music was the big fashion in the 90's (Eurodance, Hardtrance, Happy Hardcore, etc.), but whenever you go and visit a "typical 90's Party", it's all about Boy-/Girlgroups and Popcrap from the U. S..
Kindly hand over anything alreday perfectly designed to citizens of the U. S. and they are going to develope it to completely shit instead:
Rugby turns to American Football
Cricket turns to Baseball
Soccer (football) is called a sissy sport, although I personally think that a bunch of meatballs hopping on each other should be more confusing.



How about you go back to bed.



sssh, you're gonna start WW3

And Warnman, where the hell have you been all my life. I havent seen you post much since.... 2014?


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Sulphurik
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 2021/06/16 :  21:04:29  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Sulphurik's homepage  Reply with quote
At moment in hardcore, there's the UK hardcore style and the modern happy hardcore style.

UK hardcore which has various influences including from hardstyle but also other influences - from labels such as One Seventy which seems to be one of the biggest labels about at moment.

Modern happy hardcore sound that many artists from 24/7 Hardcore are doing such as Al Storm, Rob IYF, Stompy, Easyvibe. 24/7 Hardcore not only doing that sound but doing a modern style also with hardstyle influences and harder kicks.

Which style is anyone preferring at moment?



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Edited by - Sulphurik on 2021/06/16 21:06:19
LeVzi
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Posted - 2021/06/17 :  05:35:30  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit LeVzi's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Sulphurik:
At moment in hardcore, there's the UK hardcore style and the modern happy hardcore style.

UK hardcore which has various influences including from hardstyle but also other influences - from labels such as One Seventy which seems to be one of the biggest labels about at moment.

Modern happy hardcore sound that many artists from 24/7 Hardcore are doing such as Al Storm, Rob IYF, Stompy, Easyvibe. 24/7 Hardcore not only doing that sound but doing a modern style also with hardstyle influences and harder kicks.

Which style is anyone preferring at moment?





Having heard nothing of the two styles you talk about, I am liking the Lethal Theory EP of bouncy techno.


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Samination
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Posted - 2021/06/17 :  05:56:00  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Samination's homepage  Reply with quote
24/7 is still mostly UK Hardcore aswell...

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jenks
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Posted - 2021/06/18 :  14:24:08  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit jenks's homepage  Reply with quote







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Samination
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Posted - 2021/06/18 :  14:52:00  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Samination's homepage  Reply with quote
God dammit. That set became much better when he stopped playing the same stuff for 18 minute. 2nd half was definitely much better

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Vladel
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 2021/06/21 :  20:09:24  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Vladel's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Sulphurik:
At moment in hardcore, there's the UK hardcore style and the modern happy hardcore style.

UK hardcore which has various influences including from hardstyle but also other influences - from labels such as One Seventy which seems to be one of the biggest labels about at moment.

Modern happy hardcore sound that many artists from 24/7 Hardcore are doing such as Al Storm, Rob IYF, Stompy, Easyvibe. 24/7 Hardcore not only doing that sound but doing a modern style also with hardstyle influences and harder kicks.

Which style is anyone preferring at moment?





I find the 24/7 stuff hit and miss but with a lot of good tracks in there and I certainly wouldn't like to be without them. The stuff from One seventy I find as dull as dishwater.


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Samination
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Posted - 2021/06/23 :  16:16:32  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Samination's homepage  Reply with quote
Taking queues from late 2010's Hardcore while still staying true to early 2010's

https://whiterecords.bandcamp.com/track/awaking


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robertybob
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United Kingdom
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Posted - 2021/06/25 :  19:20:09  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit robertybob's homepage  Reply with quote
quote:
Originally posted by Samination:
Taking queues from late 2010's Hardcore while still staying true to early 2010's

https://whiterecords.bandcamp.com/track/awaking



It's a good track, but that 'breathe in' vocal has been used by others already (Darwin and Technikore(?) come to mind)


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jenks
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Posted - 2021/06/25 :  21:39:01  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit jenks's homepage  Reply with quote






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Sulphurik
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Posted - 2021/06/25 :  21:56:11  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit Sulphurik's homepage  Reply with quote




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Edited by - Sulphurik on 2021/06/25 22:00:45
warped_candykid
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Posted - 2021/06/26 :  04:21:04  Show profile  Send a private message  Visit warped_candykid's homepage  Reply with quote
Is it just me, or are many new tracks just not using a hard drum? It's getting harder and harder to find tracks with a stompy 4/4 sound. Many tracks have that "boom splat boom splat" drum pattern, and it just steals the energy away.

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