Over the past two decades, Ireland has become a destination for some of the best music festivals in Europe - Electric Picnic, Longitude and Oxegen have introduced a whole generation to the music festival experience. Now country music fans are saddling up for their own festival alternative! Held in the heart of County Leitrim, Cowboys and Heroes is a weekend of cowboys, horses, country music stars and mud! A little corner of the American frontier in the north west of Ireland.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Keepin 'er Country - Bouncy techno - Netflix
Not to be confused with Scouse house. Bouncy techno is a hardcore dance music rave style that developed in the early 1990s from Scotland and North England. Described as an accessible gabber-like form, it was popularised by Scott Brown under numerous aliases. The sound became prominent in the northern United Kingdom rave scene before it broke into the hardcore homeland of the Netherlands through Paul Elstak, where it became known there as happy hardcore (i.e.: happy gabber) and funcore . A subsequent mainstream-aimed Eurodance tangent appeared in Germany and itself back into the Netherlands. The music of Brown also changed the Southern England happy breakbeat style away from its breakbeat foundation and into a bouncy derivative. These different country entrails created a single pan European hardcore briefly in the mid-1990s. Bouncy techno rapidly declined from this point for a variety of reasons.
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