What is J-core?


J-core is a term used worldwide for Japanese-Core, referring to Dance and Happy Hardcore. Ususally songs sample some form of anime/film and have a high bass factor. J-core is often an underground scene and it is very hard to get hold of.

DJ sharpnel, dj technorch, dj sugisuck, JEA, killingscum, J-Core Rocks!

See j-core, jea


Following the trend of prefixing a genre name with J- to signify Japanese origin (eg J-pop, J-rock etc.), J-core is an abbreviated term for Japanese hardcore dance music.

Though many only associate this term with artists such as DJ Sharpnel who are well known for their very Japanese-flavoured anime/film sampling hardcore, the umbrella term can be used to describe many kinds of Japanese-flavoured hardcore, such as happy hardcore, freeform, speedcore and terrorcore.

This term can sometimes be used to describe hardcore punk music from Japan as well as just hardcore electronic/dance music.

Notable J-core artists include DJ Shimamura, Buzzmasta, M-Project, DJ Chucky, DJ Technorch, DJ Sharpnel and REDALiCE.

See j-core, hardcore, dance, electronic, music


J-core is a term, used to define japaneese rapcore. The bands, that play in this genre are: Typhoon24 (with Tatsuzo from YKZ), YKZ, Rize, Foojin etc.

YKZs the j-core band, they rock.

See j-core, rapcore, j-rock, j-pop


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