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  • Techno Utopianism

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    Throughout history, mankind has came up with important discoveries, towards techno utopianism. Techno Utopianism was created out of from changing goals by society, to create a globally a positive and useful society. Many countercultural forms and ideologies have played a main role for a future stemming from modernism to create a better society. The emergence of innovations within the beginning of the internet and cybernetics has been an extremely crucial part of the growth of history and has had

  • Is EDM Beruly Intellectual?

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    nightclubs and parties. Origins of EDM may be traced all the way from the emergence of synthesizers and other more advanced technologies that replaced traditional instruments. It was approximatelly in late 1970s and early 1980s when synthpop, house and techno, the forerunners of our EDM, initially appeared. According to Sherburne, the “tipping point” to bring this music

  • The Dj Essay

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    Rock music absorbed House and Techno, and DJ’s and electronicists began to tour and act like rock stars. As one century tipped into another, dance music was still a primary source of interest and creativity as Trance, a futuristic blend of technology and House and Techno, became a chart-topping, globe girdling sensation”( Prendergast pg 367). Another great more specific example of this is Paul Oakenfold

  • House Music Essay

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    WHO GAVE BIRTH TO HOUSE MUSIC, WHAT HAS INFLUENCED ITS CHANGES AND WHAT HAS DERIVED FROM IT? 11th December 2008 Word Count: 1675 INTRODUCTION As it was known for the culture to build music, nowadays different kinds of music build different cultures. Thus we have Pop culture, Rock culture, Electronic music culture etc. As part of Electronic dance music, House music has managed to, over the years, develop its own culture. It became

  • The Effects Of Edm And Electronic Dance Music

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    Impact on the EDM audience over the radio and the Internet in reference to the youth EDM or Electronic dance music is a set of many electronic music genres which are produced for dance-based entertainment environment’s such as 1.festivals,2. Raves,3. nightclubs. The music is basically created for use by the DJs or disc jockeys and is produced by them in a studio or at live sessions. 1. 2. 3. The acronym “EDM” was adopted in 2010

  • Electronic Dance Music

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    Electronic Dance Music Electronic Dance Music has now reached it’s high in the public all over the world. This genre of music was created and reformed from past generations of music and its history goes all the way back to the mid-to-late 70’s. What is common throughout Electronic Dance Music’s history is its usage of drugs between the attendee’s at these concerts, shows, festivals, or raves. Now that Electronic Music is becoming the most popular genre for young adults and teens to listen to, the

  • Informative Speech On Modern Music Festival

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    Informative Outline: The Evolution and Psychology of The Modern Music Festival Experience Topic: How music festivals have transformed since the 1950s and the psychology behind why Organization: Chronological/Topical Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how modern music festivals emerged and how/why they have completely transformed globally 1. Introduction Attention Getter: When we think of the beginning of music festivals it takes us back to 1969, when 400,000 hippies gathered at a 600-acre

  • What Is Modern Dance And Who Says What Is Dance?

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    Mackenzie kotos Modern Dance Professor Jessie Laurita Spanglet 4 December 2016 Alwin Nikolais What exactly is modern dance and who says what is dance? Throughout the decades dancers and artists have used this question to push the boundaries and limitations on what is considered dance. Some did this by changing the setting of a dance while others did this by making changes to what can be incorporated into a dance. A great example of a famous choreographer who changed the way others viewed dance

  • The Origins and Development of Electronic Dance Music and Contemporary Nightlife Musical Culture

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    The Origins and Developments of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) and Contemporary Nightlife Musical Culture The origins and developments of Electronic Dance Music initially started with the development of the synthesizer. It was with these first uses of synthesized sounds that prompted the development of sequencers, sampling, effects processing, musical instrument digital interface (MIDI), use of computer technology, hard disk recording systems and modern day virtual studio technology (VST’s). These

  • Essay on The History and Context of Club Culture

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    The History and Context of Club Culture "History is hard to know because of all the hired bullshit, but even without being sure of history it seems entirely reasonable that every now and then the energy of a whole generation comes to a head in a long fine flash, for reasons that nobody really understands at the time, and which never explain, in retrospect, what really happened" (Hunter.S.Thompson, "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas") The late 1980's saw