Anime Speed
Anime Speed is a megamix compilation album of Dancemania's Speed series, released by EMI Music Japan in 2005. The album features uptempo cover remixes of popular theme songs for various anime works su...
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Early hardcore
An early hardcore music (here, Wheres me rizzla? by IchiBaN).Gabber, or gabba, (/ˈɡæbər/; [ˈxɑbər]) (also known as Rotterdam techno) is a style of electronic music and a subgenre of Hardcore Techno...
Happy hardcore
Happy hardcore, also known as happy rave or happycore, is a genre of hard dance typified by a very fast tempo (usually around 160–180 BPM), often coupled with solo vocals and sentimental lyrics. Its c...
Breakbeat hardcore
Breakbeat hardcore (a.k.a. oldskool rave hardcore) is a genre of electronic dance music and a derivative of acid house and techno music, of the late 1980s and early 1990s, that combines four-on-the-fl...
Speed SFX
Speed SFX is a compilation album of Dancemania's Speed series, released by EMI Music Japan in the late 2003.As a special edition in the Speed G series, the album features uptempo remixes of popular th...
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Dancemania Speed Presents Trance Ravers
Dancemania Speed Presents Trance Ravers is a compilation album of Dancemania's Speed series, released by EMI Music Japan in the late 2001.As the successor to the previously released happy hardcore com...
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List of breakcore record labels
This is a list of notable breakcore record labels.
List of breakcore artists
This is a list of notable breakcore artists. This includes artists who have either been very influential within the genre, or are nationally known due to a considerable amount of exposure (for example...
Jan Robbe
Jan Robbe (born 14 June 1980 in Ghent, Belgium), otherwise known by his music project aliases Atomhead, Erratic, and UndaCova, is an electronic music artist. He founded the experimental netlabel Entit...
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Dancemania Speed Presents Happy Ravers
Dancemania Speed Presents Happy Ravers is a compilation album of Dancemania's Speed series, released by EMI Music Japan in the early 2001. With the leading mixer DJ Evil, the album features fast-paced...
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Candy Raveparty
Candy Raveparty is a series of compilation albums released by LPU Records (Volumes 1, 2 and 3) and Rush Hour 2 Label (Volume 4). They are all live recorded at various clubs in Osaka, Japan.
Releas...
Autopsia
Autopsia is an art project dealing with music and visual production. Autopsia gathers authors of different professions in realization of multimedia projects. Its art practice began in London in the la...
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Rave
A rave (from the verb: to rave) is a large party featuring performances by disc jockeys (DJs) and occasionally live performers playing electronic music, particularly electronic dance music (EDM). Mus...
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Eustachian (band)
Eustachian is a San Francisco based Neo colonial digital power violence / breakcore duo (Anthony Welter & John Roche). They have released on labels such as Fathme, DeathBomb, 1320, M3rck. Eustachi...
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Venetian Snares
Venetian Snares is the main performing alias of Canadian electronic musician Aaron Funk. Known for making electronic music often in odd numbered time signatures (mostly 7/4), up until 2007, Funk was p...
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Xanopticon
Ryan Friedrich (born July 14, 1980 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States), better known by his moniker Xanopticon, is an electronic musician. One of breakcore's most prominent producers, he has t...
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Bouncy techno
Bouncy techno is a hardcore dance music rave style that developed in the early 1990s from Scotland and North England. Described as an accessible gabber-like form, it was popularised by Scott Brown und...
Sublight Records
Sublight Records was a Canadian record label started in 2004 and ran until June 2007. Based out of Winnipeg, Canada. It was named among the top 25 indie record labels of 2006 by XLR8R magazine - "Su...
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Terrorcore
Terrorcore (also terror or in Dutch and French: "terreur") is a hardcore techno music genre.
Terrorcore is a faster variant of hardcore techno. It is noticeably different to some other hardcore ge...
Mainstream hardcore
A Hardcore track (here, US by Johan Jello and Peligro Extremo). Notice the distorted kick at 0:24 which is a particularity of the genre.Hardcore or Gabber, is a style of electronic musicThe essence...
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Axiome
Axiome is a Belgian musical project combining elements of rhythm, industrial, breakcore and noise. It has been releasing music on Germany’s Ant-Zen record label since 1999.
Axiome consists of Oli...
Hecate (musician)
Rachael Kozak, better known by her stage name Hecate, is an American-Austrian experimental industrial and breakcore musician based in Berlin, Germany. Her stage name originates from Hecate, the Greek ...
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Breakcore
Breakcore or noisecore is a style of electronic dance music largely influenced by hardcore, jungle, digital hardcore and industrial music that is characterized by its use of heavy kick drums, breaks a...
Best of Hardcore
Dancemania Speed Presents : Best of Hardcore, or simply Best of Hardcore, is a compilation album of Dancemania's Speed sub-series, released by Toshiba EMI in the early 2003.With the leading mixer...
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Mákina
Mákina is a subgenre of hardcore techno, originating in Spain. Similar to UK hardcore, it includes elements of bouncy techno and hardtrance. The tempo ranges from 150 to 180 BPM.
Dance music in Sp...
Speedcore
Speedcore is a form of hardcore techno that is characterized by a high tempo and aggressive themes. The name originates from the genre hardcore techno, and refers to the high tempo found in this genre...