|· Breakcore (1528)|
The crappiest music EVER made... Even worse than trance.
| ||· Chiptune (124)|
Monophonic Synths, Nintendo Synths, and Emulation Synths, 8-bit samples. Chiptune tracks are the stuff we all love to hate.
|· Dark Ambient (91)|
Dark and progressive music, very closely releted to Noise, and Industrial
| ||· Digi-Grind (97)|
Its like grindcore but with computers and even nerdier people.
|· DnB (221)|
Hardbreaks, dark bass lines, and hoovers...
| ||· Dubstep (96)|
Originally comprised of elements of the largely South London-based 2-step, as well as elements of dub reggae. However the genre has quickly incorporated other influences.
|· Experimental (397)|
Breaking the confines of a normal Genre.
| ||· Freeform (120)|
Bouncy hardcore techno, heavy acid influence, neither happy, or gabber.
|· Frenchcore (24)|
Fast hardcore style oscilating between 180-250 bpm with characteristic bassdrum. Came to hardcore scene from freetek parties in France where had been played with tekno and hardtek.
| ||· Gabber (119)|
Dutch hardcore techno
|· Glitch (88)|
Twitchy, breaks, with little assemblence.
| ||· Glitch-Hop (22)|
Hip hop that more than bounces and shakes, it quakes.
|· Glitchcore (49)|
Possibly the most incomprehensible hardcore music.
| ||· Grime (11)|
Grime is a sub-genre of urban music which first emerged in London in the early 2000s, primarily a development of UK garage, drum and bass, dancehall and hip hop.
|· Happy Hardcore (28)|
Happy Hardcore is probably the best known, and best selling variant. Happy hardcore focuses on being positive and high energy.
| ||· Hardcore (196)|
4 to the floor pounding beets, the 909s FAVORITE genre.
|· Hardstyle (21)|
Characterized by hard synth riffs and the 4 to the floor bass line. Usually has a sample that is played multiple times through the song, looped or chopped.
| ||· Hip-Hop (56)|
Heavy urban beets, and simplicity make hiphop what it is.
|· IDM (189)|
Intelligent Dance Music.
| ||· Industrial (112)|
Focusing on the mechanical side of music, musical entropy.
|· Mashcore (130)|
Country one second, drum and bass the next, and always hardcore.
| ||· Midi-Core (9)|
The even nerdier way to version/way to define Digi-Grind.
|· Noise (93)|
The bastard child of industrial, and ambient. Drones, loops, and machine sounds
| ||· Noisecore (54)|
Very noisy hardcore. This style is related to Speedcore and Terrorcore.
|· Raggacore (100)|
Heavy over use of the amen, and a ragga sample.
| ||· Schranz (22)|
A style based around massively bass-heavy kick drums, driving percussion and distorted, looping synth noises..
|· Speedcore (106)|
With tracks can range from 250 bpm all the way up to 1000 bpm.
| ||· Splittercore (22)|
With tracks that can range from 400 bpm all the way up to 3000 bpm. Based on Extratone theories.
|· Terrorcore (31)|
Terror from Holland which employs the use of scary or evil sounding samples and sounds to give the tunes a frantic terror feel. Popularized in Rotterdam, Holland in the mid to late 1990s.