Our passion is hand clap music and it is pretty much self-explanatory. It is such a basic mode but is so demonstrative and engaging. We aim to answer questions like what is so special about hand clap, where did it come from and where is it going.
There are many instances of where clapping and music come together and we will explore these throughout our website.
We do also love other forms of music some of which are detailed here.
A recent addition to sites such as Soundcloud this particular brand of music has a heavy 80s and 90s influence and sounds like an old console you would have played if you were born in the 80s - listen to the sonic theme if you don't catch my drift. Examples of this act include Blank banshee and Mackintosh Plus I would urge anyone born in the 70s to give this a whirl as it has a hint of the dance genre!
Post Dubstep is the newest funkiest sound to hit the music market with names such as James Blake and Jamie Woon stamping their authority and gaining due recognition for their music. Post dubstep is slightly different than dubstep in the way they use full vocals in prominent-but-interesting ways, yet have ties back into percussive, bass-lead music.
Some would say that Caribbean music is referred to as the steel pan, since the instrument was developed in the Caribbean. Moreover, the steel drum influences many instruments from its origins in Trinidad and across the Caribbean, as well as others. The Steel Drum can be seen in many a UK high street and in concert halls too. The young and old are looking for a Caribbean music experience which is making its way gradually to Europe.
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