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  Breakcore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of industrial, jungle, hardcore techno and IDM into a breakbeat-oriented sound that encourages speed, complexity, impact and maximum sonic density.
Similar to punk, breakcore adheres to a loose set of stylistic 'rules' and is maybe defined more by an attitude than by a musical formula.
In the last couple of years with the breakcore sound spreading across the globe and easy access to sophisticated, easy to use software, what is and isn't breakcore is arguable.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Breakcore   (311 words)

  
 Breakcore Encyclopedia Article @ AlienArtifacts.com (Alien Artifacts)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Similar to punk or jazz music, breakcore adheres to a loose set of stylistic 'rules' and is maybe defined more by an attitude then by a musical formula.
The style began to emerge at the end of the late 90's as hardcore techno artists were feeling a staleness in the Roland TR-909 and Roland TB-303 drum machine-based sounds, the commercial "childish" elements in Dutch gabber and the overall assaults of speedcore began to be adapted.
This advance in "complexity" was made possible primarily by the proliferation of cheap computers and it is worth noting that the majority of breakcore was produced on cheap computers using free software (especially trackers) or warez.
www.alienartifacts.com /encyclopedia/Breakcore   (465 words)

  
 Droon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Droon is an alias of Belgian breakcore producer William Ghysels.
Via widerstand.org he found out other people made music in the style he thought he had invented, and that they called it breakcore.
Droon still is resident at Breakcore Gives Me Wood and as of 2005 as 'operating manager' in charge of booking artists.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Droon   (309 words)

  
 michael ohlsson: Pop Will Eat Itself: China Breakcore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
I was first introduced to breakcore by Kid 606 in San Francisco, whose tongue-in-cheek butchering of cheesy pop stars like Britney Spears and post-hip hop sonic pranks seemed the perfect music to kick off the new millennium.
Breakcore music is like graffiti -- it will be influential and important -- but it can never be truly commodified, and therefore popular.
But "noise" bands are not "breakcore," and when C-Drik (Netherlands) stepped up behind his laptop, the breakcore began.
www.urgentculture.com /jaime/china_breakcore.html   (1487 words)

  
 C8 Forum :: View topic - Praxis Newsletter 18: Breakcore?
Breakcore was then a hybrid strategy rather than a style or genre.
Breakcore seems to consist, on the one hand, of Ragga-Jungle that refers to the same sub-style 10 years ago, which is fine but hardly innovative.
Commercialised breakcore may not appeal to you, but it still serves as a 'gateway drug' to innovative musicians, who, if history is anything to go by, show no signs of dissapearing.
www.c8.com /c8/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=4822   (6699 words)

  
 DISK/club transmediale: Wasted
Like many of the newest sub-genres of electronic music, Breakcore is a boiling cauldron of manipulated left over bits and pieces of other styles of music.
Breakcore is unique in that the scene internationally is largely linked up and distributed online, as a quick glance at where the participants come from reveals: Phoenix, Lublin, Basel, Rennes — not the usual suspects when the talk is up about electronic music.
Many Breakcore live sets can be much more of a performance than most electronic music, with the musician directly engaging the audience, dancing, singing, and getting wild.
www.clubtransmediale.de /index.php?id=16   (338 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Breakcore Article
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of drum and bass, hardcore techno, rhythmic noise, illbient and " IDM ", into a breakbeat -oriented sound that encou...
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of drum and bass, hardcore techno, rhythmic noise, illbient and "IDM", into a breakbeat-oriented sound that encourages speed, complexity, and maximum sonic density.
The style began to emerge in the late 1990s, as hardcore techno artists were feeling a staleness in the Roland TR-909 and Roland TB-303 drum machine-based sounds, the commercial "childish" elements in Dutch gabber, and the overall assaults of speedcore.
www.ipedia.com /breakcore.html   (280 words)

  
 XLR8R - LIVE FAST: BREAKCORE
Breakcore artists are some of the most thoughtful, inventive, and politically progressive people making music today, but on stage they are a bunch of fucking loons.
One favorite, shared with every touring breakcore artist who invariably stops by their studio, concerns a bar show they were booked to play in Detroit.
Doily, who is one of the few women making breakcore, has strong opinions on the role of female musicians in the scene: “No, [the scene] is not integrated between men and women.
www.xlr8r.com /content.php?uid=9EC35201135BB03403B5BC78B0B1FDB5   (2023 words)

  
 What the fuck is breakcore
Breakcore is a genre of late '80s and early '90s British indie rock, named after the bands' motionless performing style, where they stood on stage and stared at the floor while they played.
Most breakcore groups worked off the template My Bloody Valentine established with their early EPs and their first full-length album, Isn't Anything, but Dinosaur Jr., the Jesus and Mary Chain, and the Cocteau Twins were also major influences.
In 1992 — after the groups had dominated the British music press and indie charts for about three years — the breakcore groups were swept aside by the twin tides of American grunge and Suede, the band to initiate the wave of Britpop that ruled British music during the mid-'90s.
www.ardkor.com /what-the-fuck-is-breakcore   (2972 words)

  
 nialler9 - Music Blog » Blog Archive » Breakcore Nights   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
This month, UK label Wrong Music are doing a short breakcore tour of Ireland entitled ‘The Leprechaun Error Tour’ in association with Leechrum with artists Shitmat, Chevron, Ebola, Lakker, The Gross Consumer and a load of others.
Last year, there was a venue with weekly, albeit somehow erratic breakcore nights, and it made me rather choosy, where before allmost anything that had enough bass, distortion, breaks and speed would’ve done it for me.
I hadn’t been to a breakcore gig before and it was just mad craic - some of the most fun I’ve had in yonks.
www.nialler9.com /blog/?p=23   (570 words)

  
 Blentwell.com - the peoples dj mixset link collective -Genre:breakcore
While this mix up of dancehall, crunk, breakcore, etc. certainly rocks in mp3 it cannot compare to a high end CD sound system blasting this as you bomb down the highway.
Genres: bollywood, breakcore, crunk, downtempo, dubstep (?), grime, hip hop, jungle, ragga, rai
Genres: breakcore, disco, funk, hip-hop, house, jungle, riddim, screw, techno
www.blentwell.com /tags.php/breakcore   (714 words)

  
 Urban Dictionary: breakcore
Breakcore was started by a bunch of weirdos obsessed with IDM and chaoticly structured beat noise.
Breakcore was started by gabber producers that began to get tired of 4/4 beats and wanted to experiment with the gabber sound.
Breakcore can either be dead serious or the funniest shit u've ever heard.
www.urbandictionary.com /define.php?term=breakcore&r=f   (362 words)

  
 Breakcore | Beatfreax - Electronic Music Platform
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of Drum'n Bas hardcore techno, rythmic noise, illbient and IDM into a breakbeat oriented sound that encourages speed, complexity, and maximum sonic density.
The style began to emerge in the mid 1990s, as hardcore techno artists were feeling a staleness in the Roland Tr909 and Roland Tb 303 drum machine based sounds, the commercial "childish" elements in Dutch gabber, and the overall assaults of speedcore.
breakcore en op het eind lekker hellfish of akira
www.beatfreax.com /s/9d9b68ac2b/f/1/t/1070.html   (777 words)

  
 Mudd Up! - dirt, sound, lit, rupture
Fringeli and I agree that breakcore had the potential to be one of the more extreme forms of party music, which is why we grumble when it stabilizes as fun-but-conservative/retro ragga and/or non-danceable IDMy beats.
Breakcore tends to operate in alternative social networks (squat parties, DIY shops, dedicated anti-commercial distributors, etc) but that's only half of it -- it may stregthen vague subterranean networks but doesn't make them any less exclusionary.
the thing with wood is the atmosphere, even people that wouldn't even think of listening to breakcore come check it out, cos to heared someone in their neighboorhood be al enthousiastic about it, talk about bringing music to the people and let them here the other things that are out there.
www.negrophonic.com /words/pivot/entry.php?id=220   (1656 words)

  
 Breakcore Encyclopedia Article @ StardustMemories.com (Stardust Memories)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
This page contains quite a lot of relevant information about Breakcore.
His music is best described as an amalgamation of breakcore, abstract hip hop and lo-fi synthpop characterised by fast tempos, frequently shifting sequences...
At this moment in time the biggest buzz seems to be coming from places like Belgium, Berlin, Rennes, London, Sydney, Los Angeles, etc. You can find breakcore scenes on all the inhabited continents.
www.stardustmemories.com /encyclopedia/Breakcore   (298 words)

  
 Breakcore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of drum and bass hardcore techno rhythmic noise illbient and " IDM " into a breakbeat -oriented sound that encourages speed complexity and sonic density.
The style began to emerge in the 1990s as hardcore techno artists were feeling staleness in the Roland TR-909 and Roland TB-303 drum machine -based sounds the commercial "childish" elements in gabber and the overall assaults of speedcore.
Straining out much of the rave " influence on hardcore and adding a of complexity breakcore was a more palletable for music fans who were turned off the rave scene and so there is of a crossover audience for fans of music of all types including grindcore harsh industrial music noise music and "IDM".
www.freeglossary.com /Breakcore   (560 words)

  
 Breakcore - About Breakcore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Breakcore is a loosely defined electronic music style that brings together elements of jungle, hardcore techno and rhythmic noise, into a breakbeat-oriented sound that encourages speed, complexity, and maximum sonic density.
As hardcore techno artists were feeling a staleness in the Roland TR-909 and Roland TB-303 drum machine-based sounds, the commercial "childish" elements in Dutch gabber and the overall assaults of speedcore began to be adapted.
Breakcore related artists tend to bunch together and form labels among their friends.
www.breakcore.dk /about.php   (324 words)

  
 Wasted2: Breakcore in Berlin-Artists Bios
Breakcore Gives Me Wood, BE Straight out of Gent, Belgium, these tag-team brothers will put a hurting on the wheels of steel.
They are part of the amazingly popular "Breakcore Gives Me Wood" crew and have developed one of the best Breakcore scenes in the world.
During this time, he became one of the main developing influneces in hardcore techno and helped invent what was to be known as breakcore.
www.wasted.clubtransmediale.de /wasted2/artists2.html   (1050 words)

  
 phorum - cock rock disco - Breakcore Shooting
They refer to the party as a 'zombie rave' with some of the kids in some sort of face paint and dyed hair.
No mention of breakcore, but many refences to raves and rave culture.
although the title is abit misplaced, chance is alot of people into the local breakcore scene came to the party and that after party, but thats not really relevant...
www.cockrockdisco.com /phorum/read.php?f=6&i=16288&t=16288   (353 words)

  
 subtutious :: View topic - DnB/Breakcore: Dj C64 (Dross:Tik - Toronto)@ RELOAD July 29   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-19)
Breakcore has always been on the outside — not really being from any specific country.
Some might argue Germany and the whole DHR scene in the mid-nineties, was the origin, and that may be true……but today, breakcore has no geographic boundaries.
Chris Minifie, under the moniker of c64, consistently chooses to push the boundaries of jungle, and remains a champion of the underground jungle/breakcore/dnb scene.
www.subtutious.com /forum/viewtopic.php?t=20475   (3443 words)

  
 Gratisvibes - The Creative Commons-Licensed Electronic Music Blog » Breakcore
This is my first exposure to 8 bit breakcore, so far most of the 8 bit music I’ve heard of emphasized using only 8-bit synthesizers for all the tracks, […]
Gratisvibes aims to lead readers to the best of Creative Commons-licensed Electronic Music on the web, spreading the word for greater musical freedom for both artists and listeners alike.
Gratisvibes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License.
gratisvibes.com /post/category/breakcore   (161 words)

  
 Phono :: Bekijk onderwerp - Breakcore
enneh voor veel breakcore feesten zal je toch het kraakcircuit in moeten...
Voordeel is dat die feestjes toch bijna altijd gratis zijn en je dus gewoon aftaait als er niks aan is.
breakcore is toch gewoon een soort overstuurde en snellere variant van breakbeats?
forum.phono.nl /index.php?name=PNphpBB2&file=printview&t=33635&start=0   (685 words)

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