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Postby Tiifa » 14 May 2011, 19:11

hardstyle, or any of those genres in fact, doesn't exist here in sweden. at least not in stockholm. a few clubs play hardstyle sometimes but it's very rare. here it's all about house and rnb :P like sch said, it will never be accepted as swedish people are the most narrowminded people on earth.
tho, dubstep has gotten very popular.. ugh. "omgomgomg deadmau5!" -.-
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Postby Subject Zero » 14 May 2011, 19:16

Oh yeah its the exact same here in regular clubs. You would need to go to an event here for hardstyle, theres usually around 1 a month though. In regular clubs its all shitty chart music, house and rnb too
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Postby TheDiscoFan » 14 May 2011, 19:17

gussaadawwg:
casefan:I don't really like hearing hardstyle or hardcore on the public radio, because that's a sign it's getting commercialised too much..

good point


That's not true, genres like Hip-Hop and Metal have been commercialised without being played on your average radio station.
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Postby Subject Zero » 14 May 2011, 19:19

TheDiscoFan:
gussaadawwg:
casefan:I don't really like hearing hardstyle or hardcore on the public radio, because that's a sign it's getting commercialised too much..

good point


That's not true, genres like Hip-Hop and Metal have been commercialised without being played on your average radio station.

^ Very true
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Postby GolGotha » 14 May 2011, 19:35

Hardstyle is really hated in a lot of areas of the UK. People who aren't already into it won't give it a try, and if you try they say it's evil or sounds like nazi marching music :rofl:

Guess it doesn't help that a lot of hardstyle DJs will belt out hardstyle or hardcore at 3am after a Techno DJ :+
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Postby Marcotjuh » 14 May 2011, 19:36

Tiifa: dubstep has gotten very popular.. ugh. "omgomgomg deadmau5!" -.-


Sorry but this makes no sense XD

Haha well, dutch are really openminded, like that fact :)
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Postby ceero » 14 May 2011, 19:38

GolGotha:Hardstyle is really hated in a lot of areas of the UK. People who aren't already into it won't give it a try, and if you try they say it's evil or sounds like nazi marching music :rofl:

Guess it doesn't help that a lot of hardstyle DJs will belt out hardstyle or hardcore at 3am after a Techno DJ :+

Nah, that's Dj Adolf :+
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Postby Double-T » 14 May 2011, 20:18

Marcotjuh:
Tiifa: dubstep has gotten very popular.. ugh. "omgomgomg deadmau5!" -.-


Sorry but this makes no sense XD


It does when you know the Internation Dance Music Awards rewarded Deadmau5 - Raise Your Weapon as best dupstep song of 2010 :facepalm: Deadmau5 is fine, but just because he produced a uber-hyped song, everybody claim he is listening to dubstep, let me :rofl:
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Postby Tiifa » 14 May 2011, 20:21

just like double-t says. i hate it when people hear ONE song of an artist, and claims they listen to the whole damn genre that artist is in.
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Postby Matt » 14 May 2011, 20:25

Tiifa:just like double-t says. i hate it when people hear ONE song of an artist, and claims they listen to the whole damn genre that artist is in.


Absolutly, Deadmau5s first Album has nothing to do with Dubstep at all ! Actually dunno what style Get Scraped is...
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Postby Double-T » 14 May 2011, 20:33

Matt:
Tiifa:just like double-t says. i hate it when people hear ONE song of an artist, and claims they listen to the whole damn genre that artist is in.


Absolutly, Deadmau5s first Album has nothing to do with Dubstep at all ! Actually dunno what style Get Scraped is...


I'd say a mix of several genres.. House (incl. Progressive), some soft D'n'b, some IDM, some weird electro...
Oh fuck I don't know either xD
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Postby Matt » 14 May 2011, 20:35

Double-T:
Matt:
Tiifa:just like double-t says. i hate it when people hear ONE song of an artist, and claims they listen to the whole damn genre that artist is in.


Absolutly, Deadmau5s first Album has nothing to do with Dubstep at all ! Actually dunno what style Get Scraped is...


I'd say a mix of several genres.. House (incl. Progressive), some soft D'n'b, some IDM, some weird electro...
Oh fuck I don't know either xD


I think soft DnB could be the right term :+
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Postby hostage » 14 May 2011, 20:38

Get Scraped belongs more into the (s)crap genre. :+

k i'm lame bai
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Postby Tiifa » 14 May 2011, 20:41

hostage:Get Scraped belongs more into the (s)crap genre. :+

k i'm lame bai

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Postby Double-T » 14 May 2011, 20:44

hostage:k i'm lame bai


Yes. :D

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