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Postby TOMSIKO » Thu May 05, 2005 1:02 pm

Originally posted by Ryan
but most down in our notorious Ybor City (Tampa) play Florida Breaks


Do you guys still see the break dancing crews in these clubs??


We hosted Aaron Carter recently at the radio station and me and a couple of the other jocks were hanging out with his backup dancers.. One was from Miami and was telling us about his break dancing crew..


Sounds awsome!!
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Postby PCDJ Ryan » Thu May 05, 2005 1:05 pm

Sometimes, not much though.....not like 5 years ago anyway
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Postby Peter, Sweden » Wed May 25, 2005 1:12 pm

Originally posted by TOMSIKO
Yes I lived in Italy for a short period.. I remember the cheezy dance crap!!! UUUGGGGHHHH!!


Trust me, Tom. That's not over in Europe. Not in Sweden but especially not in Italy... but one gets used to it.

Speaking for myself I don't ever listen to hip-hop at home, and am having difficulties hear the difference between the most popular stars. And they are soooo slooow! 90-100 BPM sometimes... when I started out most hits were about 120 and up

...but choosing between Eurodance and Hip-hop/R'n'B I go for the latter!
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Postby TOMSIKO » Wed May 25, 2005 1:22 pm

Peter.. What is the club scene like in sweeden.. I know how it is in southern europe but whats it really like up there.
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Postby Peter, Sweden » Wed May 25, 2005 8:41 pm

That's really not my line of work, mate, but I'll get back to you on this!
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Postby MP3J Sark » Thu Jun 02, 2005 6:01 pm

I think "Dance" as a category is just insanely narrow.

For example, I haven't seen anyone list Industrial Dance Music (IDM), EBM, or Synthpop / Futurepop. And those are just definable variations on a common root.

I could bring up Goth, Ethereal, Shoegazer and other such flavors. Again, these are all styles with a common root, but discernable from eachother.

All of these styles are still very alive and popular in Southern California, from what I've seen. And I read about clubs representing these genres all over the world.

Contradicting myself a bit, I usually just bill as "eclectic dance music", because I don't limit my sets to any one genre. When the Levee Breaks goes right into Rhymin' and Stealin' just as easily as it does Wreath of Barbs.

And then there's my Front 242 / George Clinton combos....

Just sayin'.

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Tribal

Postby vanderi » Sun Jun 05, 2005 8:20 am

And a few tribals would be..

PQM / Prince Quick Mix
Darko
Blackwatch (Definately tribal)
Nick Muir
Loudeast
John Creamer & Stephane K
PMT (I just had to say it one more time=))
Guy Guerber
Satoshi Tomiie (To some point)
Science department

The mixes of Hernan Cattaneo are true inspirations for this kind of music. Check out his "South America" 2 cd released on Perfecto.


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Postby DJ LEVLHED » Fri Jul 11, 2008 2:31 pm

http://techno.org/electronic-music-guide/
he's supposedly making a newer updated one, but this one oughtta help clear things up for you
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