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Hardstyle Art Of Punk - W.A.R (Hardstyle Mix) Techno

In 2002, Fabian Bohn co-founded with Pieter Heijnen (known as DJ Thera) a duo named Blademasterz concentrating on making hardstyle music, after having experimented with various styles of music like techno, hard trance and tech trance. After more than three years of cooperation, the duo split and went their own ways, with Bohn taking the name Brennan Heart and Pieter Heijnen continuing as DJ Thera.[1]

Hardstyle Art Of Punk - W.A.R (Hardstyle Mix) Techno

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The "rave" genre would develop into oldschool hardcore, which lead onto newer forms of rave music such as drum and bass, 2-step and happy hardcore as well as other hardcore techno genres, such as gabber and hardstyle.[29]

  • Hardstyle One of the biggest genres, if not the biggest subgenre of hard dance music, hardstyle is similar to and developed alongside gabber in the '90s and early 2000s. It has its origins in the Dutch and Italian hard dance scenes with the term originally applying to various mid-tempo dance music styles with downpitched kicks and faded or reversed basslines. A characteristic of virtually all hardstyle is its drop-buildup-drop structure, use of screeching "hoover" synths and a big, booming sound that incorporates sidechaining and reverb effects that emphasize the sound of the kick drum. The evolution of hardstyle has resulted in a number of microgenres emerging throughout the years. Early hardstyle arose from the 90s hard dance scene and features bass-boosted kicks, sparse instrumentation, and gabber-esque sampled lyrics. This would continue to evolve into the mid-2000s, thanks to the advancement of computer technology and DAW software allowing for more complex yet still "classic" sounds. Example: Brain Ovulation - Kick & Bass (Acid Step Mix)

  • Nu-style/Jumpstyle arose in the late 2000s as early hardstyle began to wane in popularity, and new sounds that were conducive to Dutch hakken dancing began to be phased in. It is faster than early hardstyle (at 150 BPM) and is more polished in its production, with the now-distinctive layered kicks (colloquially called "toks") being a defining feature of the sound. Furthermore, compositions became more complex, with a greater number of samples, harsher screeches, cleaner melodies and some songs written in Uncommon Time. Examples: Hyperdrive - Brain Confusion, Headhunterz - Power of the Mind

  • Euphoric hardstyle is defined by a focus on musicality, with less harsh kicks and flowing melodies that evoke a livelier and more soulful mood while still sounding "hard". Vocal tracks are fairly common. Example: Max Enforcer - Lost in Paradise

  • Raw hardstyle focus on the "hard" aspect of the style, and features more abrasive sounds with harsh hoover screeches and loud, punchy kicks. An interesting development in rawstyle is the "kickroll" - a drum fill made by creatively varying the pitch, rhythm, and tempo of the kick drum that is often used to spice up the hard drops. Example: Unresolved & Jason Payne - Nuclear

  • Reverse-bass hardstyle ditches the now-typical punchy toks in favor of deep, bassy kicks and faded/reversed basslines to create a steady, booming sound reminiscent of early hardstyle tracks. Occasionally, gated kicks will be used to create a darker and more "underground" feel. Examples: Audiofreq - Warcry, DJ Isaac - Party People

  • There are other "fusion" subgenres of hardstyle, such as psystyle/hardpsy (fused with psychedelic trance), tekstyle (fused with techno and industrial), and dubstyle (fused with dubstep)

  • Subground Similar to hardstyle and gabber, but significantly slower (around 120-140BPM, the same tempo range as techno), with a greater focus on minimalism and sub-bass frequencies. Few melodic elements are present, and the kicks are less harsh and more bouncy overall. Often considered as a fusion between hardstyle, gabber, and Electro House. Example: ACTI - The Sound of QULT

  • Schranz / Hardtek / Hardtechno A primarily German subgenre of hardcore with a very great emphasis on rhythm, usually with a powerful, fast and galloping beat, fat sub-bass, complex transitions in between song movements, and a raw, lo-fi recording style. Melodies are brief and repetitive, often consisting of mininalistic stabs or screeches (akin to hardstyle) or short but fast synth runs. As the name suggests, the genre is considered to be a Darker and Edgier variant of modern techno and thus takes more direct influence from it than other recent hard dance subgenres. Example: this live session from Fernanda Martins.

  • Touhou j-core Basically, hardcore techno arranges of Touhou Project songs. It has grown into a genre of itself due to the j-core scene being very largely underground, and due to Touhou's creator being OK with underground artists doing derivative works of his series. Their main distinguishing feature is a decidedly melodic sound, much more than other variants of hardcore techno, and being often performed in an upbeat major key. Examples: a gabber arrange of Sakuya's song, a speedcore arrange of Yuuka's song, a hardstyle arrange of Kaguya's song.

  • Hardbass A Russian breed of hardcore techno that appeared in the late 90's, drawing inspiration from hardstyle, UK hardcore and tech trance. It has a highly characteristic bass tone that is used as part of the melody, often features rapping lyrics, and its accompanying dance style ditches Dutch hakken moves in favor of That Russian Squat Dance. The best known act is XS Project. It has been appropriated as part of the recently developed Eastern European gopnik subculture.

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