In Reply to: Ahh dance music posted by RGA on June 16, 2021 at 02:52:49:
When audiophiles reach out to me about music, enthusiasm is hard to measure or quantify. But you can feel their excitement, when they talk about (a) the broad category of "dance music," and (b) heavy metal. It's just that, since audiophiles communicate privately, and don't post here on AA, AA readers unfortunately miss out on these "behind the scenes" conversations.
Electronic Dance Music boomed in 1994, and has been strong, ever since. Here in the Bay Area, the Freestyle Jam has always been deliriously popular. Here in San Jose, the Freestyle Explosion has been, I believed (re)scheduled for August. Many of my friends, now middle-aged moms, can't wait to go. And if they have audiophile husbands, the latter will gladly go.
When we turned adult in the 1990s, dance music was our soundtrack. Now, audio stations lazily shovel it under the "old school" umbrella.
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Topic - Ahh dance music - RGA 02:52:49 06/16/21 (3)Follow Ups
- Enthusiasm remains high - Luminator 08:51:23 06/16/21 (0)