Definitions

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  • noun music A morbid subgenre of jungle music.

Etymologies

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dark +‎ -core, perhaps from the 1993 track Darkcore by Two Dark Troopers, released on Basement Records.

Examples

  • Gone was the plodding darkcore nonsense and in was production skill, slinky basslines and a lot more passion.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Gone was the plodding darkcore nonsense and in was production skill, slinky basslines and a lot more passion.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Gone was the plodding darkcore nonsense and in was production skill, slinky basslines and a lot more passion.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • Gone was the plodding darkcore nonsense and in was production skill, slinky basslines and a lot more passion.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • With '90s-era Brit-derived dance music exploding during that era in the forms of drum and bass, electronica and darkcore, Tricky made his mark on the decade via his seminal 1995 debut Maxinquaye.

    Long Island Press

  • Hardcore, darkcore, industrial inacopia's group memberships no group memberships,

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  • All ears are going to be on that Flying Lotus version, fluctuating between flashes of darkcore inspirations and jittery junglist flex-outs, sounding like he's added a healthy dose of Steve Gurley to his recent listening habits after the Burial inflections of recent works.

    Boomkat: Just arrived

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