(Original post by Dj Nastie)
yea but uk hardcore is just stupid, really bad produced music, a horrible 4x4 kick drum, its like something hammering at your head. The only decent hardcore producer is scott brown.
(Original post by Higgy)
Oh god yeh there are sooo many different genres and all people seem to think is that dance is that crappy commercial house like Eric Prydz 'call on me' and the like grrrr, UK hardcore isnt crap! The best producers are styles & brezze imo and hixxy of course!
sorry but i have to disagree with you both there...yes scott brown is undoubtedly a legend and imo one of the best....and styles, breeze & hixxy are also fantastic producers when it comes to uk hardcore
...but scott brown is too samey...and styles & breeze are too cheesy (i mean come on...did you ever see the video to heartbeatz?!!) and also incredibly over played at events...raverbaby is an excellent label but their songs are played to death and not released to buy until about 20 years after the song's long dead (hardly a benefit to ordinary amateur dj's)
the best producers of uk hardcore are and always will be Brisk and Ham.
(Original post by Commander V)
um i dont actually remember much, but i heard sunrise and do you know by angel city,
Jurgen Vries: The Theme, The Wilderness, Take My Hand, The Opera Song (Brave New World) feat. CMC- check out the video to this too as it's snazzy! Also check out Jurgen Vries' album called Trance Revolutions.
Lasgo: their album Somethings.
Ian Van Dahl: their album Lost And Found is brilliant though the album Ace is fabulous too especially with the song Castles In The Sky.
Angel City: their album Love Me Right.
DJ Tiesto: I've already mentioned in a previous post.
I could be more specific with songs if you want me to.
I think i like breeze & styles stuff so much as im also a massive trance fan first and foremost so the 'trancecore' side of hardcore i find much better than the more freeform stuff aka Scott Brown whos music i cant stand.
I wouldnt really say the big commercial trance djs are that commercial as not that many people seem to know what the likes of tiesto, van dyk and ferry corsten produce, i mean in the dance world then yeh they are commercial but in general chart terms they are not.