A new dance style/fashion emerging from France. Also known as 'TCK' 'Vertigo' 'Milky Way' but the proper name for the style is Electro-Dance.
The dance is almost a combination of Hip-Hop, Locking, Liquid & Club styles. Some of the basic moves are: figure-8, arm rolls, points & head wraps. The main music style is Electro-House
'Tecktonik' is a registered trademark. You can buy TCK shirts, skirts, singlets, armbands & even an energy drink featuring the Bird logo.
The fashion also usually consists of: tight jeans, a mohawk-style haircut and face paint.
The style is spreading quickly through Europe due to how easy it is to learn and the fun factor involved.
"Did you see that guy Jey-Jey? He is an awesome Tecktonik dancer"
"Do you like Tecktonik? Most guys look pretty gay doing it but I've seen a few that look cool & funky"
Tecktonik seems to be a new French electro-dancing style as well as a modern name for French Electronic Music that is currently very popular in European Clubs.
It's dancing style is very hectic and rapid, with a bit of hip hop influences, but mostly looking like epileptic seizures- which is in no way meant as a negative way, considering the strobe lights usually make you look like that anyway.
"Woah, look at his Tecktonik moves!"
"This song is so tecktonik!"
Tecktonik is a dance born in France on the 2000's. It is influenced by helicopter dance, robot dance, monkey dance (sorry for the monkeys I insulted with that.), twister dance. Tecktonik dancers usually look like a Power Rangers / Dragon Ball Z mashup. Tecktonik music is just gabber techno with a new name.
Person #1: OMFG look at this guy, he's trying to imitate a gorilla!
Person #2: ROFL no, he's dancing tecktonik.
A supposedly "new" Parisian rave type dance where the dancer flails their arms like a humongous gaylord and pretty much jogs in place.
American ravers have been doing a better glowstick version of this for over 15 years.
American tourist: Look at the little toad-sucker! He's "tecktonik-ing"!
Faggy french-boy: 'Zis is the best dance ever invented, non?
American tourist: Non is right. (beats spazztic frenchie with a glowstick)