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Postby noiseshock_of » 23 Jul 2018, 16:57

you guys just dont understand a lot of people like uptempo for whatever reason they have? gzus

I love it tbh, mainstream hardcore just isn't what it used to be in 2006-9 and uptempo has filled the spot for me. Can't get enough of those bouncy microtonic kicks, dont care if some forumhead considers them amateur or whatever.

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Future Shokk:What's the purpose of all those uptempo Maximum Force bootlegs/edits whatever they are called tracks lately? :rofl: Uptempo scene is completely out of "ideas" or what? :wave:

You just don't understand. Mainstage and hardstyle is too soft that people can properly hakken and take drugs to them. That's why people make uptempo edits of the anthem. It NEEDS to be fast and hard, not utter shit what everything besides uptempo and frenchcore is. You don't want to be dissed by their friends if you like something else more than braindead uptempo. It's hardcore till I die, H4L!!!

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it's actually exacty the same concept as people who listen to "standard" hardcore in search of the validation from being a true r3b3l outcast which is a large % of the crowd tbf... so whats the matter. HC has always ripped stuff off just like every other genre, don't give all the shit to uptempo.
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Postby Morbid_Angel » 23 Jul 2018, 17:03

And for people (like me) that have followed the scene for over 20 years, Uptempo is literally cancer and it's killing any passion I used to have for finding new music in hardcore.
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Postby noiseshock_of » 23 Jul 2018, 18:50

Morbid_Angel:And for people (like me) that have followed the scene for over 20 years, Uptempo is literally cancer and it's killing any passion I used to have for finding new music in hardcore.


you do realize the entertainment industry is focused on the youngest generations right?
no one will focus on keeping the exact same batch entertained for 20 years.
I personally wish millenium hardcore and 2009 hardstyle were still made but there's no way around it.

whatever was cool 10 years ago, actually even 5, is never coming back.
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Postby SarahKerrigan » 23 Jul 2018, 20:41

I haven't really been paying much attention to hardcore lately, I used to just outright love everything that came out and still hold Tommyknockers Q-Base 2007 set as the greatest set of all time, regardless of genre. But hardcore nowadays feels soulless. I can't remember how many times I've scrolled through Instagram and watched a Angerfist story with his "BIG G'S GA GA GANGSTAS"-videos and just wanting to headbutt the phone.

There's of course good tracks out there, but I've been really enjoying Frenchcore lately. Peacocks Defqon set (especially the start of it!) is fucking amazing. No set will ever beat Tommys though but damn Sefa and Peacock is really amazing _O_
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Postby Faber93 » 02 Aug 2018, 12:35

Seems Rebelscum is coming back!
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Postby bassfaceBAM » 24 Aug 2018, 01:10

Blade, best action vampire movie ever with some strange gabber soundtrack? Yeah why not

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Postby Future Shokk » 11 Sep 2018, 15:08

Care to explain why this Sefa guy get's pushed like retarded lately? Don't understand this hype at all o_O Personally i can't take his music serious because it feels like listening to cheesy (not the quality cheese, more like some cheap cheese) mickey mouse music at ridiculous speed with awful kicks :sick:
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Postby Morbid_Angel » 11 Sep 2018, 17:39

Future Shokk:Care to explain why this Sefa guy get's pushed like retarded lately? Don't understand this hype at all o_O Personally i can't take his music serious because it feels like listening to cheesy (not the quality cheese, more like some cheap cheese) mickey mouse music at ridiculous speed with awful kicks :sick:

It's literally just the shitty Happy Hardcore of the 90's with slightly harder kicks - it's awful. But, seeing how popular garbage like Uptempo is, shitty happy hardcore is just a lighter version of that garbage.
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Postby NEKA » 11 Sep 2018, 22:44

Morbid_Angel:
Future Shokk:Care to explain why this Sefa guy get's pushed like retarded lately? Don't understand this hype at all o_O Personally i can't take his music serious because it feels like listening to cheesy (not the quality cheese, more like some cheap cheese) mickey mouse music at ridiculous speed with awful kicks :sick:

It's literally just the shitty Happy Hardcore of the 90's with slightly harder kicks - it's awful. But, seeing how popular garbage like Uptempo is, shitty happy hardcore is just a lighter version of that garbage.


Uptempo is too monotonic, basic hardcore is 90% bad, he brought something "new" to frenchcore + his social media game and marketing is pretty good :+
I still think the real reason is there's nothing else to add to the scene at the moment (as producers are afraid of doing something which isn't current hype or meta) plus the amount of drugs "raw warriors" and "uptempo front row" use.
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Postby Hodentrommler » 27 Sep 2018, 00:56

Wtf? Uptempo is new and fresh, keeps the scene alive. It's like raw vs euphoric (Hardcore vs Uptempo) since the first one got way too mainstream-ish and people try to keep the hardness, which is done by addingtempo at first. It has happened many times, look at Hard Trance/Early Hardstyle vs Nu-style. First the tempo, then everything else. Don't cry about the past, the scene will be healthy and big, we need new stuff, even though not everybody lieks it.

To each his own. As long as people are entertained, there's NO reason to complain. Every one get's his stage and act at most events, so why cry?
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Postby Neko » 27 Sep 2018, 12:06

Talking about uptempo, frenchcore and so on, whats up with the big names in the mainstream hardcore?

I havent been following hardcore in quite some time and I'm wondering about what happened.
The rise of uptempo and frenchcore through sefa is obvious, and I have the impression that it killed mainstream hc is that right? What is neophyte, tha playah, mad dog and the other guys doing? Do they even get booked nowadays? Do they even release music? Havent seen anything from them in a while..
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Postby hutzdani » 29 Sep 2018, 08:08

Man this scene is dead, aside from afew random releases 95% of the scene is shit these days.

Enzyme is pretty much dead.

The Third Movement has gone to shit in the last 3 years

PRSPCT just keeps spitting out the same stuff but having a loudness war with each release.

Everyone needs here just ass kisses the outside agency and never replys on anything else.

Speedcore is well in self destruct mode between sedan and Dr Peacock.

Even Tymon and KRTM and Tripped and Synaptic Memories are moving towards Hard techno and creating bangers, but it seems to be a trend since TOA hit the web with Ghost in the machine, so that will be saturated in 6 months.

Poor old ophidian even began to sound like a clone of himself, now he's gone to experimentation thank God we might hear something fresh.

Much much smaller artists seem to have the best tracks in the last year or so.

In the last year i have purchased 6 releases from the scene KRTM's Album / the last 2 releases on Meta4 / return of the silence and Party in my head by somatic one

Its so dead it's hardly worth being registered here.
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Postby mrcax5 » 29 Sep 2018, 12:13

hutzdani:Man this scene is dead, aside from afew random releases 95% of the scene is shit these days.

Enzyme is pretty much dead.

The Third Movement has gone to shit in the last 3 years

PRSPCT just keeps spitting out the same stuff but having a loudness war with each release.

Everyone needs here just ass kisses the outside agency and never replys on anything else.

Speedcore is well in self destruct mode between sedan and Dr Peacock.

Even Tymon and KRTM and Tripped and Synaptic Memories are moving towards Hard techno and creating bangers, but it seems to be a trend since TOA hit the web with Ghost in the machine, so that will be saturated in 6 months.

Poor old ophidian even began to sound like a clone of himself, now he's gone to experimentation thank God we might hear something fresh.

Much much smaller artists seem to have the best tracks in the last year or so.

In the last year i have purchased 6 releases from the scene KRTM's Album / the last 2 releases on Meta4 / return of the silence and Party in my head by somatic one

Its so dead it's hardly worth being registered here.


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Postby The Convicted » 29 Sep 2018, 12:29

But he's right about the amount of great hardcore releases coming up these days. Didn't really found too many good industrial hardcore and crossbreed stuff in the last 1-2 years either and I have a premunition these genres will fade out simply :(

(yet there are lots of tracks to discover from the past)
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Postby Future Shokk » 29 Sep 2018, 16:43

Neko: What is neophyte, tha playah, mad dog and the other guys doing? Do they even get booked nowadays? Do they even release music? Havent seen anything from them in a while..


Uhm Neophyte was responsible for this years Dominator anthem and Mad Dog recently released an EP for example :p No panic the big mainstream hc names are ofc still around and they are gonna stay unlike the uptempo/frenchcore hype producers who have to adapt or die when the hype is over sooner or later ;)
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