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Darksound -
More Industrial. Better Terror than Techno, mates.
hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
On 13-03-2019 11:15:11, Darksound wrote:

More Industrial. Better Terror than Techno, mates.


Please no, awful suggestion
Darksound -
On 13-03-2019 20:52:44, hardcorerepublic wrote:

On 13-03-2019 11:15:11, Darksound wrote:

More Industrial. Better Terror than Techno, mates.


Please no, awful suggestion


You really don't like Hardcore.
hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
On 13-03-2019 20:57:48, Darksound wrote:

On 13-03-2019 20:52:44, hardcorerepublic wrote:

On 13-03-2019 11:15:11, Darksound wrote:

More Industrial. Better Terror than Techno, mates.


Please no, awful suggestion


You really don't like Hardcore.


Interesting observation, maybe take out the word 'really' and you might be close to the truth.

At the moment i really prefer the (techno) style from KRTM or Tripped. I absolutely can not enjoy a (recent) set from N-Vitral or Dither.
Gewijzigd door hardcorerepublic op 13-03-2019 21:12
Darksound -
On 13-03-2019 21:11:33, hardcorerepublic wrote:
Interesting observation, maybe take out the word 'really' and you might be close to the truth.

At the moment i really prefer the (techno) style from KRTM or Tripped. I absolutely can not enjoy a (recent) set from N-Vitral or Dither.


You talk about mainstream. I refer to Terror or Industrial-Crossbreed, underground hardcore. [KRTM] made excellent industrial and terror tunes. I don't understand that you prefer soft techno, so soft!!!........... It's so far about the essence of Hardcore...
Gewijzigd door Darksound op 13-03-2019 22:05
hardcorerepublic [Moderator] -
On 13-03-2019 22:04:43, Darksound wrote:

On 13-03-2019 21:11:33, hardcorerepublic wrote:
Interesting observation, maybe take out the word 'really' and you might be close to the truth.

At the moment i really prefer the (techno) style from KRTM or Tripped. I absolutely can not enjoy a (recent) set from N-Vitral or Dither.


You talk about mainstream. I refer to Terror or Industrial-Crossbreed, underground hardcore. [KRTM] made excellent industrial and terror tunes. I don't understand that you prefer soft techno, so soft!!!........... It's so far about the essence of Hardcore...



If you listen carefully ..you can hear the essence of Hardcore in this set. A lot of this magical essence is used to pollute the airwaves and something needs to be done to ensure future generations will still be able to enjoy the pleasures of hardcore. A mixture of high quality techno essence with hardcore seems to be a very sustainable solution that could protect the essence from being wasted..  :p

And you're right ..the old stuff was also great! I guess you should never underestimate the impact of garbage on the environment  :D
Darksound -
I feel so many soft this liveset. Much more Techno than Hardcore.
sinenV -
To say that Techno is soft is such an uneducated statement  :clown: remember that if not for Techno then Hardcore would not exist. Listen to the Copenhagen Techno playlist put together by Resident Advisor and you'll hear many similarities with Hardcore, especially Industrial and the old PCP sound.
Darksound -
On 07-04-2019 01:50:10, sinenV wrote:

To say that Techno is soft is such an uneducated statement  :clown: remember that if not for Techno then Hardcore would not exist. Listen to the Copenhagen Techno playlist put together by Resident Advisor and you'll hear many similarities with Hardcore, especially Industrial and the old PCP sound.


If you support pretty Techno music, less Terror and Industrial will play this great dj when he played really hard music.
pointzero -
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On 07-04-2019 01:50:10, sinenV wrote:

To say that Techno is soft is such an uneducated statement  :clown: remember that if not for Techno then Hardcore would not exist. Listen to the Copenhagen Techno playlist put together by Resident Advisor and you'll hear many similarities with Hardcore, especially Industrial and the old PCP sound.


I agree and like the current development of techno with integrating some "Acidcore"-Style from the early 90ties like 100% Acidiferous
Gewijzigd door pointzero op 07-04-2019 20:07
McBong [Set Editor] -
On 07-04-2019 08:01:54, Darksound wrote:

On 07-04-2019 01:50:10, sinenV wrote:

To say that Techno is soft is such an uneducated statement  :clown: remember that if not for Techno then Hardcore would not exist. Listen to the Copenhagen Techno playlist put together by Resident Advisor and you'll hear many similarities with Hardcore, especially Industrial and the old PCP sound.


If you support pretty Techno music, less Terror and Industrial will play this great dj when he played really hard music.


Ok so we all will stop liking this awesome techno to force KRTM to produce terror again to make darksound happy  :doh:
Darksound -
Except some very slow tunes which are hard, almost all tunes are very very soft. I dont understand where you listen really hardy and neither that people than like estentorian gabber, support very soft techno. Krtm made amazing Terror. Due to this soft music, he doesnt dedicate time for Terror, my favourite music.
Gewijzigd door Darksound op 08-04-2019 13:40
pointzero -
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On 08-04-2019 12:54:16, Darksound wrote:

Except some very slow tunes which are hard, almost all tunes are very very soft. I dont understand where you listen really hardy and neither that people than like estentorian gabber, support very soft techno. Krtm made amazing Terror. Due to this soft music, he doesnt dedicate time for Terror, my favourite music.


Everybody has the right for their own opinion, so do you. As you stated, Terror is your favourite music, so it is understandable that you personally dislike this style - compaired to KRTM lets say 3 years ago.

I was more strict too when i was younger and disliked most hardcore from the later 90ties and Millenium for example the same way i disliked Techno/Schranz. Nowadays, after i listend a lot to Uptempo and Terror, i like Trance/Hardtrance from my teenager time even more than back in the days, the same way i love Early Hardcore/Early Terror/Gabber. Some Gabbers would shake their heads for sure but sometimes opposites attract.

From the point of a creator/producer, i find it important to open up to various styles as you develop and grow in this process. I made the experience that you often find in the contradiction what you have seeked.