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Turntablism Turntablism DJ vinyl turntable system Turntablism is the art of manipulating sounds and creating music using direct-drive turntables and a DJ mixer. The word turntablist was coined in 1995 by DJ Babu[1] to describe the difference between a DJ who just plays records and one who performs by touching and moving the records, stylus and mixer to manipulate sound.
DJ Roc Raida DMC 1996
Dj-Qbert @ The Summit [1998 ]
DJ Craze - DMC 99 Set
History[edit] 1990s[edit] Trip hop originated in and around the city of Bristol[5] during a time when American hip hop, dance and house music had begun to increase in popularity. According to Merriam-Webster's Dictionary, the term "trip-hop" was coined in 1989,[6] though its earliest use in print was in June 1994; Andy Pemberton, a music journalist writing for Mixmag, used it to describe Mo Wax Records Artist (U.K) R.P.M and (American) DJ Shadow's "In/Flux" single.[7] The original hip hop artists of the 1970s had been Jamaican-born New Yorkers, but when new forms of American MCing and DJing began to rise in popularity, these original Caribbean influences were eventually lost. Trip hop Trip hop
DJ Shadow - Midnight In A Perfect World
Drum and bass Drum and bass (/ˈdrʌm ənd ˈbeɪs/) (also written as drum 'n' bass or drum & bass and commonly abbreviated to D&B, D+B, DnB or D'n'B) is a type of electronic music which emerged in England in the mid-1990s.[1] The genre is characterized by fast breakbeats (typically between 160–180 beats per minute;[2] occasional variation is noted in older compositions[citation needed]) with heavy bass and sub-bass lines.[3] History[edit] In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a growing nightclub and overnight outdoor event culture gave birth to a new electronic music style called rave music, which, much like hip-hop, combined sampled syncopated beats or breakbeats, other samples from a wide range of different musical genres and, occasionally, samples of music, dialogue and effects from films and television programmes.

Drum and bass

Jump-Up (electronic music) History[edit] In the late 1980s and early 1990s, a growing nightclub and overnight outdoor event culture gave birth to a new electronic music style called rave music, which, much like hip-hop, combined sampled syncopated beats or breakbeats, other samples from a wide range of different musical genres and, occasionally, samples of music, dialogue and effects from films and television programmes. But rave music tended to feature stronger bass sounds and a faster tempo (127 to over 140) beats per minute (BPM) than that of early house music. This subgenre was known as "hardcore" rave but from as early as 1991, some musical tracks made up of these high-tempo break beats, with heavy basslines and samples of older Jamaican music, were referred to as "jungle techno", a genre influenced by Jack Smooth and Basement Records, and later just "jungle", which became recognised as a separate musical genre popular at raves and on pirate radio in Britain. Jump-Up (electronic music)
DJ Krust - Warhead
scorpio - trouble
Dj Zinc - Super Sharp Shooter (Original)
Techstep Techstep A techstep tune (here, Pale Horse by Jonjon). Techstep is a subgenre of drum and bass that was popular in the late 1990s.[1] Style[edit] History[edit] Skullstep[edit] Although skullstep was originally a derisive moniker for techstep (as was the word clownstep), it came to designate an especially repititious and aggressive style of techstep similar to breakcore.
Black Sun Empire - Extraction
Technical Itch-Critical Switch
Noisia Noisia Career[edit] 2003–2006: Record deals and formation[edit] After a few collaborations with Martijn, who had been involved in music (hip hop production/classical piano) for quite a while before he hooked up with Nik and Thijs, Martijn was added to the Noisia team. The first Noisia song that received interest from a label (Mayhem's Shadow Law Recordings) was found on a production message board. February 2003 saw the birth of the recording that was going to be the first Noisia release; "Tomahawk" by Noisia & Mayhem on Paul Reset's Nerve Recordings imprint.
Noisia - Split the Atom (Official Video)
Evol Intent - 8 Bit Bitch (Spor Mix)
Hive - Surreal Killer
Sambass
Sambassim - DJ Patife Remix
Diariamente - DJ Patife feat. Camila Andrade
Suv- Rip Curl
DJ SUV @ Respect
Dj Suv @ El Living - Santiago, Chile on Vimeo
Dubstep Towards the end of the decade the genre started to become more commercially successful in the UK, with more singles and remixes entering the music charts. Music journalists and critics also noticed a dubstep influence in several pop artists' work. Around this time, producers also began to fuse elements of the original dubstep sound with other influences, creating fusion genres including future garage, the slower and more experimental post-dubstep, and the harsher electro house and heavy metal influenced brostep, the latter of which greatly contributed to dubstep's rising mainstream popularity in the United States. Characteristics Musical score of the above recording.

Dubstep

Bassnectar Bassnectar is the stage name of Lorin Ashton, a freeform electronic music producer and DJ based in Santa Cruz, California.[1] He is best known for his live performances, light shows, and community engagement.[2] Musical style and influences[edit] Bassnectar experienced an immediate sense of welcome and comfort going to raves in the mid-nineties, which led to the confluence of his heavy and electronic style of music.[5] He has been creating genre-bending music since the 1990s, using a variety of programs such as Vision/OpCode, Reason, and Ableton Live.[6][7] Bassnectar describes his music as amorphous and ever-changing, which is reflected in the diverse sounds and personalities of his numerous albums, EPs, and podcasts. Bassnectar
BASSNECTAR - Teleport Massive (Bassnectar Remix) (Official)
Bassnectar - Blow
BASSNECTAR - BOMB THE BLOCKS - New Music Video!
Benga & Coki - 'Night'
Rusko - Woo Boost
MRK1 - Dubelek
Aesop Rock performing at Irving Plaza NYC in fall 2007 Underground hip hop is an umbrella term for hip hop music outside the general commercial canon.[1][2] It is typically associated with independent artists, signed to independent labels or no label at all. Underground hip hop is often characterized by socially conscious, positive, or anti-commercial lyrics.[3] However, there is no unifying or universal theme – Allmusic suggests that it "has no sonic signifiers".[2] "The Underground" also refers to the community of musicians, fans and others that support non-commercial, or independent music. Music scenes with strong ties to underground hip hop include alternative hip hop and horrorcore. Many artists who are considered "underground" today, were not always so, and may have previously broken the Billboard charts.[4] Underground hip hop Underground hip hop
Definitive Jux Definitive Jux is an independent record label based in New York City, United States. It was co-founded in 1999 by Jaime Meline (El-P) and Amaechi Uzoigwe.[1] History[edit] Definitive Jux was initially known simply as Def Jux. Definitive Jux
Murs - L.A. [Track 07]
MURS & 9TH WONDER - "I USED TO LOVE HER (AGAIN")
Cannibal Ox - Raspberry Fields
Company Flow - 13. Vital Nerve
RJD2 - The Horror
Mr. Lif - Jugular vein
Aesop Rock Biography[edit] Early and personal life[edit] Bavitz was born at Syosset Hospital in Syosset, New York and raised in Northport, Long Island, New York to his father Paul and mother Jameija.[8] Ian has two brothers: Chris (born 1975) and Graham (born 1977).
Aesop Rock - Pigs
Aesop Rock - Freeze
Aesop Rock - Daylight
Aesop Rock - Labor
Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass
Aesop Rock- Nightlight
El-P - Stepfather Factory
Blackalicious - Alphabet Aerobics & Chemical Calisthenics
Lyrics Born -Lady Don't Tek No
Aceyalone - The Grandfather Clock
Haiku D'Etat - Mike Aaron & Eddie
agent 23 Nocturnal Artist