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whats the difference between breakcore and drill n bass?


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to my ears, they both seem to be heading in the same direction, towards the infinite possibilities of music

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breakcore: distortion, randomness, horror movie samples, etc made by people who listen to metal or industrial or something

drill n bass: melodic drum n bass with snare rushes and all sorts of random DSP, made by people who listen to aphex twin and squarepusher

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i listened to venetian snares filth yesterday. i was amazed that he is still doing his style of filth..."i want to drink the seamen in your condom". is breakcore always involved with this level of sexuality and immaturity?

 

does anyone else but me see the similarities between the two genres?

 

they both seem to be directed towards an advancement of more complex rhythms

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Drill n Bass was popular from 1995 to 1997 and was exclusively released on Warp and Rephlex. (The Flashbulb is an exception but he sucks.)

 

Breakcore is only produced by bedroom producers who release it through labels with no criterion.

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i listened to venetian snares filth yesterday. i was amazed that he is still doing his style of filth..."i want to drink the seamen in your condom". is breakcore always involved with this level of sexuality and immaturity?

 

does anyone else but me see the similarities between the two genres?

 

they both seem to be directed towards an advancement of more complex rhythms

 

Both tend to use the

. Sounds like you have a thesis on your hands.

 

is gabber another word for breakcore or are they separate genres?

 

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i listened to venetian snares filth yesterday. i was amazed that he is still doing his style of filth..."i want to drink the seamen in your condom". is breakcore always involved with this level of sexuality and immaturity?

 

does anyone else but me see the similarities between the two genres?

 

they both seem to be directed towards an advancement of more complex rhythms

 

Both tend to use the

. Sounds like you have a thesis on your hands.

 

is gabber another word for breakcore or are they separate genres?

 

picard-headesk.jpg

 

your gravitation towards ridicule instead of helping leads me to believe you dont see the difference either, yet you are so enveloped in your opinions that you fail to see the truth behind it

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The difference is that drill 'n' bass doesn't exist.

 

It's called experimental jungle.

 

Breakcore is what happens when you let Death Metal fans make jungle.

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the difference is that breakcore has a very very tenuous relationship with underground english dance music in that it involves sampling

 

it is directly evolved from crap metal, made by and for crap metallers, who entirely missing the point, fail to hear past the fast noisy angry shouty elements because they are young and spasticky

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breakcore is for teenage spastics who like crap metal and dont own any jungle records

 

not fucking true at all.

 

 

are you calling me a liar?

 

no, I'm just saying that that statement isn't true. I've been DJing jungle for 12 years now and breakcore records make a lovely addition to my collection.

I also haven't been a teenager for quite some time now.

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