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I feel there's a large disconnect between electronic music fans and fans of guitar driven music. However, I am an appreciator of both forms (however general that may sound) and have a large place in my heart for hardcore. Please throw in some of your favorites, new/old/whatever.

 

[media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuaYb8CfAnI[/media]

 

[media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWM35_GhwcU[/media]

 

[media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0KaZyIW7Dw[/media]

 

[media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJ2tW3cVqjk[/media]

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Never been a huge fan of this genre although I love that Discharge album, Bad Brains, Black Flag, Cro-Mags (does that count?), etc. Besides that, whenever I'm in the mood for this I usually just shuffle the four 'A Fist in the Face Of God presents Brad’s HXC Comp' albums, which are definitely worth checking out.

 

 

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cripes, where to begin even if the macho-posturing/fighting didnt always align itself with vegan politics,,,,,,,,whats the point in caring about lil animals if you kick the fuck out of each other?

 

for the US specific cities are a good guide: DC-Hardcore had some rrrrrrrockin bands, grip everything by Minor Threat and the spin-off of sorts Dischord label, State of Alert, Black Flag obviously (Rollins is a fuckin institution!), fuckin love Bad Brains for "Bad Brains" and "I Against I" lp's, Dag Nasty's "Can I Say".

 

Moving north you can not ignore Cro-Mags for NY & CBGB's, there was a ton of stuff going on around Boston that i'm not too clued up about & you could throw in MDC (Millions of Dead Cops) from Texas/SF as well.

 

Crossover bands did some good gear (listed above), Suicidal Tendencies, DRI & Corrosion of Conformity, couldnt beat any of those bands for deeeep guitar chugs on top of Hardcore-style insania

 

There was a top vid on u-tub about DC/US Hardcore, loads of interviews but internet on this train is fookin shite, but check out Salad Days, new doc on all things Hardcore:

 

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3905662/

 

http://saladdaysdc.com/

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iunno about you guys, but I love where hardcore electronic is going

 

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I don't follow hardcore acts as much as I used to these days, but lately I've been digging Single Mothers:

 

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Hardcore is probably the reason why I love music so much. I've grown up in a town that had a very strong hardcorescene and I live near to the biggest hardcorefestival in Europe (Groezrck) so I've been very lucky to witness some of the bigger bands I love. But the best harcoreshows (and any show actually) are held in small rooms with poeple you know.

I've since moved to listening to dubstep and later IDM and a bunch of other stuff but no matter how much I love AFX and Autechre, hardcore gives me much stronger emotions than anything else I've experienced in my life musically. The problem with much "popular harcore" is that its just a bunch of fake ass gangster macho bullshit, something I really don't like.

 

Here are some local band I grew up with.

 

Accept The Change (escapism is a dying art), probably my favorite album of all time

[youtubehd]/cLLGZ2IHOFQ[/youtubehd]

 

More than life, the most emotion and honesty I've ever witnessed in a show.

[youtubehd]H60TavT9quw[/youtubehd]

 

there's a few others but they aren't on the internet :)

 

And some better known bands.

 

Verse

[youtubehd]t1y9iPtfdk4[/youtubehd]

 

Have Heart

[youtubehd]iSZQFVnZo4A[/youtubehd]

 

More than life

[youtubehd]jLhnElo_EGU[/youtubehd]

 

Defeater, recently saw them live and I've never heard a hardcoreshow that sounded as nice as that.

A member of defeater (Jay Maas) also mastered Some Verse and Have Heart records

[youtubehd]wEFkTfGy7CQ[/youtubehd]

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one of my most memorable memory when I was like 15 and totally impressed with the girl that start singing in this harcore song.

 

hardcore was my first love in music along metallica, limb bizkit and korn lol:

I particularly loved:

from autum to ashes

poison the well

choke

as I lay dying

the red chord

the diliger escape plan

life in your way

darkest hour

 

I still listen to choke qutie often, but harcore is sadly not in my life. sadly because I should revisit. theres a lot in that kind of emotion that cannot be replaced any other way then with metal/hardcore ect

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I've never been a serious hardcore follower and I'm guessing this isn't even proper hardcore really, but I just remembered this song that I used to listen to back in highschool. I was fully expecting to cringe but it's not as bad as I thought would be on a revisit.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_B0uXwLCTg

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"Black Flag obviously (Rollins is a fuckin institution!)"

 

 

Henry Garfield destroyed Black Flag.

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Soviet hardcore was far more badass, bitching about Reagan and Thatcher is one thing, having to escape out the back of a venue when the KGB cut the power is another.

 

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