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Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Add Comment. I'll follow the sun 2. I'm loser 3. Kansas city 4. In the s, jazz was preached against from pulpits and editorial pages as the devil's music, its crazy rhythms jangling the nerves, speeding the degeneracy of American civilization, and responsible in part for the ongoing failure of the temperance movement. In the s, rock and roll was sneered at as jungle music, provoking lascivious displays unfit for the Ed Sullivan Show as well as responsible for juvenile delinquency and reefer madness.
In the s and '90s, rap music was censured as violent thuggery, non-music responsible for everything from urban blight and teenage pregnancy to the crack epidemic and school shootings. There have been plenty of moral panics about electronic dance music, from the homophobic anti-disco movement of the late '70s to fretting about ecstasy, the ravers' drug of choice, in the '90s. And of course from the '20s to Ciceros Brahms Symphony - Eugen Cicero Trio - Romantic Cine Jazz '50s to today, parents have worried about kids staying out all night dancing Do You Want To Dance That Rock N Roll - Johnny Boshoff - The Gods Must Be Crazy / Les Dieux Sont To loud music while under the influence of controlled substances.
But most of the current non-parental criticisms of EDM are made in purely aesthetic or culturally derogatory terms: Dismissive, class-based coinages like " brostep " which is supposed to mean "dubstep for uncultured mooks" are employed to wall off "real" electronic music as the preserve of the specialists.
The music that was first called dubstep, created around in London's underground-dance scene, was just that kind of specialist music: thoughtful sound-sculpture stuff of fragile beauty and subterranean pleasures, music for opiates Do You Want To Dance That Rock N Roll - Johnny Boshoff - The Gods Must Be Crazy / Les Dieux Sont To than stimulants.
Fifteen years ago that kind of dubstep would have been called IDM intelligent dance musica label with a dismissal built into it: Music made for physical release, for dancing Pchelka (Little Bee) - Lube Fondue - Homeless Cosmonaut than chin-stroking, is assumed to be stupid.
And EDM is nothing if not physical. Skrillex shows are sensorily assaultive, the bass so loud it rattles not just the stomach but the ribcage.
The structural feature around which much modern EDM is built—the "drop," a series of fritzing, tempo-shifted noises that seem to stretch Wurrs My Cash - Chingy - Jackpot surrounding music like warm molasses, often characterized in Internet slang as WUB WUB WUB —can, at sufficient decibel levels, scramble the synapses of even the most sober audience member.
The "drop" has become an indicator of crass vulgarity, both in the sense of being commercially popular and in the sense of being something for the unwashed masses. The class connotations of this criticism are both inescapable and depressingly familiar: The early criticisms of jazz, rock, and hip-hop were couched in precisely the same terms—crass, vulgar, commercial, populist—by self-appointed arbiters of taste.
Today, the drifting or blissful or spiky pleasures of don't-call-it-IDM are designed to appeal to the same graduate students, media industry professionals, and cultivated music junkies who champion indie rock or modern classical. Meanwhile, EDM's forcefulness and emphasis on movement is pitched at a broader audience more interested in using music as an aid to dancing or, when rhythm is taken away, to losing their shit than in analyzing it. Stupidity can be a virtue, especially in pop. Think of the brazen, visceral dumbness in a garage-rock classic like "Louie Louie," or in the entire catalog of the Ramones.
The critic and musician Norman Brannon recently noted that the new EDM populists play short sets of two hours or less, as opposed to traditional electronic DJs, whose sets could stretch to 26 hours or longer in extended cycles of build, peak, release, ebb, and build again.
Would that even be mentally possible? And again the specter of class is raised: Working people don't have 26 hours to spend at a rave.
And just because the music bypasses the higher reasoning processes doesn't mean its fans are as stupid as some critics would like to believe. The derision towards the genre is typified for me in one of those screenshots that get passed around on Tumblr : Skrillex had posted a song by legendary British experimentalist Aphex Twin on his Facebook page, and the reactions from his young fans, as recorded in the screenshot, were variants on "cool music You might still be wondering what the fuss is about—hasn't electronic dance music been hugely popular, both commercially and critically, in a wide variety of forms, for almost four decades now?
And of course you'd be right. Electronic music has evolved and fragmented since the days of Kraftwerk, Brian Eno, and Giorgio Moroder in the s, and has come to encompass everything from disco and synth pop to drum 'n' bass, jungle, and trip-hop. And electronic dance music did flirt with the U. Indeed, Skrillex and his peers freely admit to not having invented the building blocks of EDM's sound.
But of course nothing ever was truly new. Syncopation had existed for centuries before jazz, and New Orleans musicians in the late 19th century simply applied the harmonic scale of the blues to the rhythm of ragtime via the medium of the marching band. Rock and roll was merely the Do You Want To Dance That Rock N Roll - Johnny Boshoff - The Gods Must Be Crazy / Les Dieux Sont To step of Appalachian country given electric instrumentation and a blues structure.
Hip-hop was simply funk built from records instead of live bands, with hype-men talking in rhythm over the beat, a novelty staple from vaudeville and Broadway. What all of these explanations leave out, of course, is the cultural context: the specific milieus that created, disseminated, and popularized each genre. So it is with the current wave of EDM, which could be thumbnailed, back-of-envelope style, as being to hip-hop generally what rock and roll was to jazz: not a total overthrow of the dominant musical paradigm though it was often billed as such at the timebut a paring down of ideas that had been present in the music from the beginning.
When hip-hop challenged rock's dominance in the U. It wasn't until the turn of the millennium that entirely electronically programmed productions of hip-hop music became seen as the norm; for much of its history, rap's emphasis on streetwise realness and on sampling was paired with beats built from existing Paul Anka - Just Young breaks rather than those that were created electronically.
Besides, every grass-roots youth-based musical movement claims the fundamental right of refusing to acknowledge history. Music journalists are only just now beginning to grapple with how EDM seemingly sneaked up Do You Want To Dance That Rock N Roll - Johnny Boshoff - The Gods Must Be Crazy / Les Dieux Sont To them unawares.
The narrative of new music has so often been one of building from a despised underground after years of struggle, rip-off, and hustle to mass popularity.
Luke had a gloriously scuzzy drop in place of a bridge, and ever since, the "dubstep bridge" has become practically synonymous with pop radio; if "TiK ToK" was written today, it would almost certainly have one.
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