Top definition. Happy Hardcore unknown. A genre of electronic music that stems from old skool breakbeat hardcore.
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One aspect of this universe that has yet to be mined is happy hardcore, a kind of loathed slapstick dance music that fuses aggressive tempos with over-the-top euphoria. One person who has been tangentially exploring this trend is San Francisco-based DJ and producer Chrissy previously Chrissy Murderbot whose recent LP Resilienceout in November on Chiwaxevokes the positivity, friendship and perseverance central to rave culture. My new album, Resilienceis heavily inspired by those old records, so it feels like a good time to speak up about a very influential but deeply maligned sub-genre from the rave era: happy hardcore.
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The genre of music is closely related to the typically Dutch genre of gabber. Happy hardcore evolved from breakbeat hardcore around —, as the original house music-based rave became faster and began to include breakbeats, one evolving into oldschool jungle which evolved into Drum And Bass and the other into Happy Hardcore and then UK Hardcore, which has a 'harder' style and less breakbeat. Around the mid 90's, Peel started playing the music when it evolved from breakbeat hardcore, which he would often play on his shows.