Is anyone else scared for "EDM" ?
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    Default Is anyone else scared for "EDM" ?

    Just found this kid...and supposedly he's extremely popular.


    My day is officially ruined.
    This is honestly one of the worst things I have ever seen...
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    not really my thing
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    We've done this already, nothing to see here...
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    He just got done with a show here a few months ago. Until then, I had never heard of him. Did a quick YT search and wasnt impressed. Apparently he is known for his "crazy" videos and chuckie mask. Not a whole lot of innovation behind the mix, but the kiddies seem to like that hardstyle, electro party rock sound that he has.

    Heard a rumor that he refused to play a show when his mask got stolen and/or wasn't returned. Just goes to show that he doesn't have much confidence without it and that his "shows" seem to revolve around him dancing and fist pumping before and after his "transitions".

    I dont think that "EDM" is in danger at all from him. IMO the new generation of electronic music fans will move onto other things soon enough or they will outgrow the hyphy scene and start to respect performers and artists like Derrick May, Mark Farina, James Zabiela etc.

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    Say what you want, it's got you talking about him
    And he's the one with fit girls dancing round him..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicky H View Post
    Say what you want, it's got you talking about him
    And he's the one with fit girls dancing round him..
    ahh true.
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    Check out what paris hilton is doing. You can learn a few things from her. She just started out as well....

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    sorry man but i find it a bit funny to be scared for any type of music. electronic music has been around for quite some time and will continue to keep going forward. "old" sounds are still being created and reinterpreted with some cases leading to new sub genres or styles. to be honest, i'm in a state of constant amazement and awe of how many people are stepping up and creating music that i love every single day. if i don't like something, i skip it and move on until i find what floats my boat.
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    Shinny disco ball? haha

    This is not far off from a SNL skit IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janky View Post
    He just got done with a show here a few months ago. Until then, I had never heard of him. Did a quick YT search and wasnt impressed. Apparently he is known for his "crazy" videos and chuckie mask. Not a whole lot of innovation behind the mix, but the kiddies seem to like that hardstyle, electro party rock sound that he has.

    Heard a rumor that he refused to play a show when his mask got stolen and/or wasn't returned. Just goes to show that he doesn't have much confidence without it and that his "shows" seem to revolve around him dancing and fist pumping before and after his "transitions".

    I dont think that "EDM" is in danger at all from him. IMO the new generation of electronic music fans will move onto other things soon enough or they will outgrow the hyphy scene and start to respect performers and artists like Derrick May, Mark Farina, James Zabiela etc.
    Mark Farina's Mushroom Jazz records are a steady staple in my listening diet, and always will be

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    This is something that I could actually play at a club and expect people to freak out to. It's crazy in the good way IMO and it sound as he has put much time in the song choice.

    This is better then a lot of the shit I'm used to hearing of DJ's around where I live.
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