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Moombahcore, commonly referred to as 110 (derived from its tempo in beats per minute), or Moombahstep, is a style of hardcore deviating from moombahton. As well as incorporating elements of Dutch house as moombahton does, moombahcore also fuses elements of gabber, breakcore, techstep and dubstep.[citation needed] Moombahcore tracks often feature wobble bass, FM synthesis, distorted basslines, aggressive sounds, violent snares and leads, and complex percussion patterns.[1][2]

Skrillex's track "Bangarang", which features the beat of moombahcore and numerous other styles, is a well-known track of this genre. Artists such as Angerfist, Noisia, Munchi, Dillon Francis, Knife Party, Flux Pavilion, Nick Thayer and Skrillex helped this new sub-genre to gain underground popularity.[citation needed]


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