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Notes On Breakcore
The term Breakcore tümpelt for over a decade by the marginal areas of the underground electronic music, where it long in the shadows as Jungle / Break Beat Bastard of Gabba and Hardcore Techno. The increasing popularity in recent years he has increasingly taken up by the general music press as a further categorization of the music system in the drawer front. On closer inspection, the vermeindlich new genre emerges as a hybrid strategy that accumulates the most diverse styles and adapted. The range of built-in sounds now ranges from punk to free jazz, classical and metal to pop, soul, 80? S pop / rock and hip-hop (to name a few). Despite his many affinities Breakcore is largely spared from the effects of the music industry and remained unkategorisierbar, yet it covers almost all areas due to its Chamäleonhaftigkeit contemporary electronics from – from the party noise storm on the dance floor, to the intricate experiments of the current electronic avant-garde.
The graphic artist, comic artist and DJ King Bertram Hofer (research and interviews) and the video artist and musician David Kleinle (camera, editing and interviews) have set out to inquire of its protagonists to their self-definition and life as a musician. What was received in the 1990s still in the E-and art-music context, emancipated from academic contexts and has been incorporated into the clubs.
Artists portrayed the established labels and platforms communicate the world via the Internet and thus provide independent sales organizations. They organize the sub-and high culture. With their laptops, electronic devices and turntables, they are the rock stars of the hour, the escape with their do-it-yourself attitude of a conventional, media placement and thus offer their own community, what they promise: “My subculture can kick your subculture’s ass anytime 24 / 7 “- worldwide and independent.