J-Core is a sub-genre of Hardcore techno that originated in Japan. Despite its name, it is produced worldwide.
|Stylistic origins||Breakcore, J-pop, video game, Vocaloid|
|Cultural origins||90's, Japan|
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Starting in the 90's DJs such as REDALiCe and t+pazolite started to take influence from US and UK rave music, along with a huge dose of samples from anime, J-Pop, video game, and Vocaloid music. They then decided to turn the BPM up to 200, resulting in something that sounds like a combination of Breakcore and the audio of a recording of a first person shooter gone out of control. Then, in 2006, someone decided to put a label on the mess and we now have the "J-Core" that we have today
Due to strict laws on who can and can't go to clubs, most J-Core festivals are held online, on livestreams, forum threads, and Reddit posts.
- "A Kick in the Kawaii: Inside the World of J-Core". daily.redbullmusicacademy.com. Retrieved 2021-03-04.
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