A style of music where hip-hop intersects with electronica. Use of hip hop conventions are frequent: scratches, dub, flowing raps. For prime examples of the genre, see Green Lantern, Dangermouse, or Pat Chilla the Beat Gorilla. Several examples of this style can be found on the Blade II Sountrack, which featured several hip hop artists doing electronic remixes.
Cypress Hill and Roni Size did a Hiptronic joint called Child of the West on the Blade II Soundtrack. It was madd.
A proponent of hipsterism. The hipsterist is on a constant quest to find the most peculiar, cool, ugly, or avante-garde items on the face of the earth. To do so, they are willing to spend any amount of money, for they define themselves by what they consume, not by who they are.
Darren the hipsterist owns every LP ever released by Interpol. And they're all signed copies. Imports. Even the remixes.
Luxy is a combination of two words into a new meaning as spoken when either drunk or stoned. The words "Lucky" and "Luxurious". It has nothing to do with race, since Puffy could be just as Luxy as Paris Hilton (if not moreso, considering Puffy's luck, as opposed to Paris' merely being born into money). The term is currently most popular in gay circles and is usually used in rumor bitch sessions, which means it'll be mainstream within 6 months after being portrayed in any random, straight chic flick.
Speaker 1: Check out that girl driving that new Lotus.
Speaker 2: That luxy beeyotch was wearing a mink!
Speaker 1: ew, hold the fir, sir!