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AKA: Hex • 1,076 releases
Heavily bit-crushed vocals, sometimes sped-up and pitched-up, and highly compressed and distorted production, typically made from existing material of other genres.
AKA: Weightless Grime • 174 releases
Weightless is a style of instrumental Grime that developed in the early 2010s, characterized by "weightless", sparse percussion, and atmospheric, spectral production.
Future bass is a broad subgenre of Electronic Dance Music that emerged in the early to mid-2010s. Taking influences from various styles of Wonky, Trap [EDM], a handful of post-Dubstep trends and to a certain extent Purple Sound, future bass is generally characterized by woozy, detuned synths, mostly sawtooth and square waves.
AKA: Street Bass • 1,852 releases
Wonky is the name given to a fusion of Dubstep and Hip Hop (particularly Glitch Hop) which first developed in the mid-to-late 2000s. Along with those main elements it also has secondary influences such as IDM and its namesake, Wonky Techno.
Footwork is a style of Electronic Dance Music and a fast-paced dance that accompanies it that originated in Chicago's South and West Sides in the mid-to-late 1990s. It is derived primarily from Ghetto House and Juke music, both styles and scenes closely associated with it, while also incorporating elements of Hip Hop.
AKA: Juke HouseJukin' House • 742 releases
Faster than Ghetto House, playing at 160bpm, and makes striking use of unconventional drum patterns which differ wildly from other house styles.
AKA: SonificationData-Driven Music • 90 releases
Data sonification refers to the concept of converting various types of data into sound and subsequently creating soundscapes and music with that. The process of "sonification" has numerous applications, but it is particularly useful in scientific domains, such as astronomy.