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Hardstyle in Ireland?



  • Registered Users Posts: 3,735 ✭✭✭ Stuxnet

    should of posted this when you were posting the hardstyle dance videos !!
    Im sure youve all seen before anyway !

    defqon.1 Uganda ! :D

  • Closed Accounts Posts: 1 MarkoPolo94

    I live for hardstyle and gabber!!!!

    im in galway and ive only ever met one other person who likes it too :P

  • Registered Users Posts: 24 auplant


    I like this genre. But I'm interested in the huge amount of dislike for it.

    I do not like badly produced music however (in any genre), when it comes to hardstyle - I would only listen to the best of the best stuff. Someone made an analogy saying that if he doesn't like a certain food - he's not going to consume it. I guess that would sum it up. Some people don't like it, but perhaps don't know why they don't like it. There is also an argument that people won't like what they're not used to.

    I feel just slightly guilty for producing it. I'm on my own obviously, and I already put a lot of work into the sound design. I think it's good music for adrenaline junkies. Hardcore is good music as well - but again, it has to be produced well.

  • Registered Users Posts: 867 ✭✭✭ Count Dracula

    I like the new dark disco, kind of industrial electronic sound. Reminds me of early house with an extra bounce and grind.

    Some really brilliant house and electronica at the moment, really good stuff, I am loving it.

    I like

    Red Axes

    Cabernet Nocturne


    Italian 90's house

    New Leftfield Album should be cool

    Ewan Pearson is on it.

    Donetouchthebrownaceeeed, they have some loverly slowed down Gabba, around 108 - 114 bpm sounds great.

    Guy J, Todd Terje, Bunga Bunga parties. Louis Walsh nightmares. Aloka. That baldly guy with the glasses plays cool techno.

    Spoilt rotten these days, all at your fingertips, we should be having much more raves and parties. Feel the Noise.