Is it the new standard template / paradigm for breaks?
Its very interesting to see how breaks has evolved and taken a little bit of a lot of genres and mashed them into one new sound. Its kind of like 2002-2004 again when cross pollination of scenes was occurring leading to some really interesting music both of the 'deep' and 'rave' persuasions.
At the moment it seems that there is a lot of influence coming from the psytrance and 'new dubstep' scenes with a scattering of amen breaks, trance and the ever present funk / golden era hip hop samples to remind us that it is in fact breaks
This manifests itself in a sound that is very much at the cutting edge of electronic music but one that has not forgotten its past (but remembered the good bits) a strong basis on which to build a future and gain new followers.
Long gone are the complicated finicky pernickety click clack percussion, out of time drums, bland sampled garage and jungle bass lines, unusual structures and cultural references to a time long gone.
Now we reference the burgeoning, interesting and musically broad brostep and psytrance scenes embracing cutting edge sonic technologies that these scenes eschew. The rise of the internet has also had a very strong effect on breaks producers bringing them together online and exposing everyone to a huge range of musical possibilities - this was not really as possible in 2002. Originality is now key and collaborations bring new ideas to the fore of the breaks sound.
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