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Hard Dance, High Nrg, Freeform EDM Rave Mix - October 2014 - New Music Link
Stylistic origins: EDM space disco new wave synthpop
Cultural origins: Late 1970s - early 1980s, United States and United Kingdom
Derivative forms: Eurodance
Fusion genres: Italo disco Hard NRG New Beat Eurobeat Techno
Regional scenes: New York Tokyo San Francisco Mexico London
Hi-NRG (pronounced "high energy") is a genre of uptempo disco or electronic dance music (EDM) that originated in the United States during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
As a music genre, typified by a fast tempo, staccato hi-hat rhythms (and the four-on-the-floor pattern), reverberated "intense" vocals and "pulsating" octave basslines, it was particularly influential on the EDM scene. Its earliest association was with Italo disco.
Hard Dance (Hardcore Techno)
Hard Dance is an electronic dance genre mixing influences from eurodance, hard house, hard trance and hardcore. Hard dance incorporates strong synths, percussion and echo effects from Eurodance and a lot of pitched up trance music and is generally regarded as happier sounding music. Hard dance is distinct and separate from hardstyle or reverse bass which typically consists of a deep, hard-sounding kick drum, intense faded or reversed basslines accompanying the beat, a dissonant synth melody, and detuned and distorted sounds.
Eurodance often carries a positive, upbeat attitude; the lyrics usually involve issues of love and peace, dancing and partying, or expressing and overcoming difficult emotions. The early to mid-1990s Eurodance vocals were frequently done by a solo vocalist or a mixed rapper-vocalist duet. Sometimes non-rap vocals are used. Almost all Eurodance emphasizes percussion and rhythm. The tempo is typically around 140 beats per minute, but may vary from 110 to 150.
Hardcore is typically faster than hardstyle, ranging from 160 - 200+ BPM. Hardcore songs usually have less distorted and more compressed kicks than hardstyle. Hardcore songs, such as Rock the House and The Pressure, have been mislabeled as Hard Dance when in reality they are actually hardcore.
The color associated with this genre for Monstercat is green. It is important to note that the following sub genres are classified as Hard Dance under Monstercat, for labeling purposes. These include:
Hard Dance is one of the fewest released genres on Monstercat.
The most common subgenre of Hard Dance as of October 2017 is Happy Hardcore.
* Hard Dance began being posted in every 3-4 monthly Monstercat album as of 028 Uproar, due to Stonebank producing this genre more often. It began appearing even more since 030 - Finale, because of Hard Dance artists Darren Styles, Gammer, Kayzo, and others.
* The start of 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 began with a Hard Dance song. In 2017, nanobii, instead of a 3rd Stonebank song in 2015, 2016 & 2018, returned to Monstercat with Chipland. 2018 was Sky is Falling by Stonebank And Darren Styles (featuring Emel).
* Since Sky is Falling was the first release of 2018, that means that a Hard dance song was the first ever and founding release of Monstercat: Uncaged and the fourth streak of a Hard Dance song in a starting year.
UK Hard House
Stylistic origins: House hardbag, Hi-NRG, acid house, hardcore breakbeat, hardcore
Cultural origins: Early 1990s, UK
UK hard house or simply hard house is a style of electronic dance music music that emerged in the 1990s and is synonymous with its association to Trade club and the associated DJs there that created the style. It often features a speedy tempo (around 150 BPM), offbeat bass stabs, hoovers, horns and crowd cheering samples. It usually contains a break in the middle of the track without drum. UK hard house often uses a long and sharp string note to create suspense. Most of the time, the drops are introduced by a drum roll.
* Hard bounce
Hard bounce (or more originally known as bouncy hard house) is a style of UK hard house which first emerged around 1999. Unlike other hard house genres, it features an upbeat, energetic sound and heavily focuses on the 'pipe' sample as an offbeat bassline, which usually represents a 'donk' sound. In recent years, hard bounce has come to refer as style far less uplifting trance orientated than the original Scouse house genre, which also utilizes the same sample but takes a slightly more commercial approach. It is often considered a derivative of the Russian hardbass.
* Hard dance
Hard dance is a cross over genre between hard house, Eurodance and hard trance.
Hard house is similar to, but distinct from hardstyle. Confusion can sometimes arise as some club nights and events will play both hardstyle and hard house. This may be because hardstyle is quite well-known across western Europe, whereas hard house has only ever had a limited audience outside of the UK, so there is more new music being released in the hardstyle scene.
Stylistic origins: Hard house, mainstream hardcore techno/trance, industrial music, hard trance, New Beat
Cultural origins: Late 1990s - early 2000s (decade), Netherlands
Hardstyle is an electronic dance genre mixing influences from techno and hardcore. Early hardstyle typically consisted of an overdriven and hard-sounding kick drum with a lot of sustain, with intense faded or reversed basslines accompanying the beat. Hardstyle also utilises harsh and distorted synths, detuned and distorted sounds accompanying the main instruments along with a lot of modern hardstyle songs that also incorporate poetry and story telling within the music.
The natural evolution of music has seen hardstyle mellow out over time. What was once a very dark, assertive and powerful genre began to incorporate trance-like synths and uplifting melodies. Modern kicks are also now layered, with multiple layers of higher frequency distorted kicks, combining with a lower frequency tremble to create a thicker and fuller kick drum. During the mid-late 2000s, pitching kicks became popular in hardstyle as well, and all this has led to hardstyle becoming more accessible and popularity increased. Many hardcore artists produce hardstyle tracks as well, and many newer Hardstyle tracks are written in compound time (for example, older Headhunterz and Noisecontrollers work).
Hardstyle has also been an influence on other styles of electronic dance music as well, most notably big room house, that shares similarities with hardstyle, like structures, rhythms and later pitched kicks. Artists who are linked with hardstyle have found significant success within house. These artists include Martin Garrix, Showtek, Headhunterz, D-Block & S-te-Fan and Maarten Vorwerk.