Hardcore Continuum

The term was coined by Simon Reynolds in one article of the Wire magazine in the 2009. Hardcore continuum is a British invention — the early `90s club genre hardcore became the answer to American house and techno, later all British electronic music became based on it.

Birth: 2009 Bloom: 2010

Hardcore continuum relived a number of music styles: from early rave through jungle and breakbeat, through the dance floor kings The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, and Fatboy Slim to the latest achievements of British electronic sound — to dubstep or newfangled wonky. The continuum is the preservation of traditions and their development. In the late 00s another time loop gained itself — now British leading producers actively appealed to 20 years old sound.

Umbrellate style: Hardcore

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