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 No.1355

I recently discovered that i like techno music but between all the different genres im kinda lost rn
So post your favorite techno music and tell me which genre it is (maybe a short definition of the genre if you would be so kind)
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 No.1357

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 No.1361

>>1357
It's also Germany
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 No.1362

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 No.1365

I'm currently can't get enough of the revival of Happy Hardcore known as "gabberdisco". I would describe it as captchy upbeat techno with tons of sampling from pop music/media/memes. Haven't had this much fun in ages.
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 No.1366

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My heart with always belong to hardcore acid techno. The "acid" refers to the distinct sound the Roland TB-303 and similar bass synthesizers make when modulated while playing.
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 No.1373

>>1365
Thats great music
Could you recommend more of that genre
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 No.1374

>>1365
Is this related to the gabber revival happening lately from France? I found this group last year that seem to bring back more oldschool gabber:
>Casual Gabberz Army - 3L Reloaded [gabber hardcore revival]
https://youtu.be/5ccivYEWu-I?t=47
>Casual Gabberz Army - f le 17 [gabber hardcore revival, anti-police song]
https://youtu.be/6wNtx18p7ZY
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 No.1376

>>1373
A whole record label was started around the idea a couple years ago.

>>1374
Maybe, the main guy behind the label was influential in the Frenchcore scene in the '00s and '10s. He felt like his stuff was getting too edgy and wanted to return to the wacky funtimes like on Mokum Records in the '90s.
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 No.1377

>>1375
It should be noted that the Dutch/German "gabber" scene was always much more upbeat and playful than what was called gabber in Britain and perhaps France.
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 No.1378

>>1376
That's kinda what's making me scratch my head here because I'm of the opposite opinion. I always liked the other side of hardcore more. I wish he returned to this, which The Speed Freak put out, 10 years ago, a classic in post-gabber / contemporary hardcore, in my opinion:
https://youtu.be/B7arr-xayuU

He jumped the fence the bastard! lol
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 No.1380

File: 1618451178550.mp3 (9.77 MB, 12 - Weapons of mass-confu….mp3)

>>1378
I don't see his Gabber Disco stuff all that different from his other stuff he's done while calling himself Speed Freak. Here's a masterpiece from 2006 for example. The edge on his Speek Freak stuff has always been super tongue-in-cheek if you can recognize all the media where he grabs his samples from. He's used Postal Guy audio like in your link in something like four or five songs now. It's more like he's returning to his hyperactive rate of motif changeups for which he first started calling himself Speed Freak in the '90s and become absolutely fearless in the kind of cheese he experiments with now. Just the fact that he would throw something from a Parodius game into a hardcore track leaves a giant grin my face.
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 No.1383

>>1376
>>1378 (me)
<cont.
I do agree that both sounds (gabber and happy) were better intermixed back in the mid 90s, but I would not imply that Mokum was exclusively 'happy'.

This was standard Mokum: https://youtu.be/v1rnmPUQaVg?t=131
This absolute cringe is happy as it emerged around the same time: https://youtu.be/-gamdkCW--s

But I do concede that this 'gabberdisco' as The Speed Freak re-imagines it sounds a lot better than '96-era happy (or any happy that I've usually had the displeasure of hearing). It's a huge testament to his artistic abilities.
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 No.1384

>>1380
>that mp3
Ahh this is great.

I was kinda half-joking earlier (acting like a purist) It's still pretty good (the 'gabberdisco' stuff).

I like that we came and took this techno thread hostage with our hardcore spaz tunes
https://youtu.be/6gxk8YL-_fk
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 No.1406

Since the thread started sliding with no other contributions I'm gonna continue where we left off.
Here's one of my favorite happy gabber tracks
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 No.1497

Is this techno?
It has synth mods
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 No.1498

You can't ignore my techno.
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 No.1534

>>1497
I dont think thats techno
still good music though
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 No.1536

>>1498
BASED

I listen to Italo-inspired space disco where most of the comments are from Hungarian boomers who wear knockoff leather jackets.
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 No.1537

There's a British artist who has several projects under the Mild Peril Video Club label who I like a lot.
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 No.1555

Youtube recommended me a lot of Boris Brejcha one time who does minimal techno. Like the name says, it's characterized by a stripped-down aesthetic that exploits the use of repetition and understated development, like in minimal music. Doesn't sound like much, but this renders the techno a bit trippy. Here's a 2021 special edition mix of Boris and dozen other minimal techno artists.
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 No.1973

Let's go with Wanderwelle who do some chill dub techno. Been a while since I ran into these guys. Had forgotten about them
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 No.1974

Recently I became addicted to lolicore
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 No.1987

File: 1622646269951.mp3 (6.99 MB, 01. MO - Soliloquy.mp3)

>>1974
Good shit
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 No.1988

>>1974
http://lolicore.org is a large archive of lolicore, j-core and other kinds of electronic music.
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 No.2010

>>1974
Is that the same as lolistyle?
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 No.2013

>>2010
LOLISTYLE GABBERS is an artist (and record label), they make j-core but I wouldn't call it lolicore tbh.
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 No.2014

>>2013
tbh you might get away with calling it lolicore

It's pretty good music so who cares really
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 No.2016

>>1988
BASED Thanks for sharing!
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 No.2028

>>2025
Yes it's one of a kind. The genre's called flashcore
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flashcore#Flashcore
https://www.last.fm/tag/flashcore
and is a fusion of speedcore, breakcore and perhaps most notably glitch, which gives it a very distinct atmospheric feel

The channel of the video you linked is the best I've found on youtube, but here's also a list of artists on the last.fm page that seems accurate after a quick double-check: https://www.last.fm/tag/flashcore/artists
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 No.2032

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 No.2033

>>2032
More like this.
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 No.2038

Check this out
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 No.2040

>everything electronic is techno
Found the American.

This guide will help. Keep in mind it gets tongue in cheek in some genres as a joke using fake names for some only listing real name under the description. If you don't like the layout an old version is still up and running at a different address but it's less complete.
https://music.ishkur.com/

And this will get you through the different subgenres of psytrance.
http://psytranceguide.com/

>>1365
I'm not versed as much as I'd like but doesn't sound like Happy Hardcore to me, closer to a mix of Freeform and Dancecore.
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 No.2041

>>1365
>>2040
It's hardtek. It's what you would hear at teknivals. Pretty fun genre. With the illegal parties it also has an anarchist vibe to it. Lots of mixes here: https://freeteknomusic.org/

There's also "raggatek" for reggae based samples, I think the beat is mostly the same, also worth checking out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5r79Hj-8FgE
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 No.2042

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Perfect hardtek for summer vacations, check if out: https://slax23.bandcamp.com/album/90s-girly-tekno-beat-ep
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 No.2043

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>>2042
Fans of lolicore and speedcore will also enjoy the works of Slax's alter ego, yumeHolic: https://yumeholic.bandcamp.com/
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 No.2044

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>>2042
Thats very nice thx for sharing
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 No.2051

If you want to know which genre of electronic music suits you, check out this video. It's very helpful!
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 No.2073

>>2051
> EDM
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 No.2123

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 No.2124

Check out Partiboi69 on YouTube. He has great ghetto Detroit techno.

Also great, not Detroit style:
DJ Aedidas (with the weird looking ae letter)
No4mat
Dj poolboi

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