Electronic dance music EDM , also known as dance music , club music , or simply dance ,  is a broad range of percussive electronic music genres made largely for nightclubs , raves and festivals. It is generally produced for playback by DJs who create seamless selections of tracks, called a mix , by segueing from one recording to another. In the late s and early s, following the emergence of raving , pirate radios and an upsurge of interest in club culture , EDM achieved widespread mainstream popularity in Europe.
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In , Sean Combs as the erstwhile "P. While the release was a chart-topper, featuring re-workings of antecedent hits from his stable of pop-rap artists, the album title itself was largely received with confusion and even derision. Who does this guy think he is? Who is 'WE? Trailblazing producers like King Tubby and Lee "Scratch" Perry were trying to create alternate versions of the popular reggae tunes in Kingston's booming dancehall scene. In the modern era, the remixer has evolved from an exclusive club of elite producers hand-picked by major record labels, working in multimillion-dollar studios and paid hefty fees, to a massive swarm of anonymous kids working in dank bedrooms, using cracked software, and paid nothing.
Breakbeat: one of the most dominant driving beat forces in electronic music since raves began. Once a genre that could fill all three rooms in Fabric every fortnight, and entire festival arenas for two or three days on the bounce, towards the late noughties it slowly lost favour. Most of it, though, like all once-popular genres, is simply down to moving trends and tastes. And, for that matter, many breakbeat producers switching to dubstep and becoming very successful. But, like all dance music genres, breaks never retired. The sound and its passionate fanbase, some of whom once launched a petition for UKF to set up a breakbeat channel just went back underground.