J-core is a term used worldwide for Japanese-Core, referring to Dance and Happy Hardcore. Ususally songs sample some form of anime/film and have a high bass factor. J-core is often an underground scene and it is very hard to get hold of.
DJ sharpnel, dj technorch, dj sugisuck, JEA, killingscum, J-Core Rocks!
Pretty much the most rockin group of kids after made up of Miranda, Nina, Mike, and Nick. Modeled after the Core Four of Fox's hit series The OC; Miranda as Ryan Atwood, Nina as Seth Cohen, Mike as Marissa Cooper, and Nick as Summer Roberts. Their future is so flippin' bright, you need sunglasses. They have been known to say such things as, "Get over it!", "You can make it dance...", and "Congratulations!".
I wish I was in the Core Four.
Core Four rock my face hard.
Following the trend of prefixing a genre name with J- to signify Japanese origin (eg J-pop, J-rock etc.), J-core is an abbreviated term for Japanese hardcore dance music.
Though many only associate this term with artists such as DJ Sharpnel who are well known for their very Japanese-flavoured anime/film sampling hardcore, the umbrella term can be used to describe many kinds of Japanese-flavoured hardcore, such as happy hardcore, freeform, speedcore and terrorcore.
This term can sometimes be used to describe hardcore punk music from Japan as well as just hardcore electronic/dance music.
Notable J-core artists include DJ Shimamura, Buzzmasta, M-Project, DJ Chucky, DJ Technorch, DJ Sharpnel and REDALiCE.
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Dance Gavin Dance is a six-member post-hardcore band from Sacramento, California. They were formed out of the dissolution of several other bands, including Farewell Unknown, Ghost Runner On Third and Atherton. Jonny Craig and Sean O'Sullivan joined in 2005 and early 2006 to complete the lineup.
They released their first EP on November 14th, 2006, titled Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean through Rise Records.
They entered the studio again in January of 2007 with Kris Crummet, who produced Drop Dead, Gorgeous and Fear Before the March of Flames, and released their first full length CD, Downtown Battle Mountain on May 15th, 2007 on Rise Records. The album was leaked on April 12th, 2007.
Jon Mess (Screaming)
Will Swan (Guitar)
Zac Garren (Guitar)
Eric Lodge (Bass)
Date of Release Title label
November 14, 2006 Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean Rise Records
May 15, 2007 Downtown Battle Mountain Rise Records
Dance Gavin Dance sounds like akissforjersery.
An awesome band with great talent. Their rock/dance style makes for a fun but hard style that is mixed very well. The inspiration seems like it comes from everywhere.
Tokio Hotel, The Veronicas, Skye Sweetnam, Flyleaf, Paramore, is Narotic Core
To dance, featuring the elbows.
Elbows are often swung in circles or large arches around chest level. This creates a "dancing force-field" of sorts to make sure no one impedes on your dancing zone. Other moves include the elbow thrust, elbow wave, and just about anything else you can do with your elbows.
Made popular in several high schools in the midwest.
He Frambad hard core last night.
Let me teach you how to Framba.
The Melbourne Shuffle is a form of dance originating from Melbourne Australia. It's popular in the underground rave scene and is often performed to the sounds of most hard dance genres: Trance/Hard Trance/Hardstyle/Hard house.
The Melbourne Shuffle is a free form dance that can be best described as an organised freedom of movement. Shuffling (or rocking as coined by locals) is primarily a dance involved the feet rather than from the waste, and involves hitting the beat as well as the hat (2 stepping). Although looking quite complicated the shuffle is, at it's core, two simple steps. A side to side shuffling of the feet, and a 'running man' type action. Once these two movements are mastered a shuffler can incorporate anything they want to cater to there style. Hat tricks are commen tricks incorperated by shufflers.
In recent times thanks to events put on by pharmacy, Hard kandy, Bass station and PHD the shuffle has grown to a level that warrented the release of 'the melbourne shuffler documentry' and has seen a boom in its popularity, with shuffling becoming popular as far as malasia.
This Dance floor is for everyone.
I encourage my fellow dancers.
I do not dance for competition
I am Original
I am open Minded
I am Free.
I am a True rocker