Glitchhop vs Moombahton

Mar 21, 2012

  1. Hessel Hessel

    Hessel
    902 posts
    Since Jul 6, 2006
    it's funny how rightnow there's Moombahton and Glitchhop in the 110 bpm range, both becoming insanely popular. it kinda reminds me of those 2 genres ''dubstep'' and ''grime'' back in the days.

    Grime was just a little to gangsta or maybe not excesible enough while Dubstep was for everyone, way more versatile, so it survived.

    it will be cool to see what will happen with Glitchhop and Moombah.

    both genres are being played at Drum&Bass raves, and it won't be long untill they will be Mature genres

    which of the 2 you think will win?
  2. majin Psyker

    majin
    111 posts
    Since Sep 19, 2011
    I really like the KOAN Sound kinda stuff, and on the other hand I really dislike the Dillon Francis kinda stuff. Not sure which label you'd put to each of those but the slow dutch house/reggae blippy police siren stuff I can't stand at all.
  3. powerstrip

    powerstrip
    1,261 posts
    Since Nov 22, 2008
    only difference is moombahton sucks ass and glitch hop is awesome
  4. powerstrip

    powerstrip
    1,261 posts
    Since Nov 22, 2008
    :script:

    Most moombahton tracks are nothing but the same fucking note over and over, you called it. Police siren, annoying as fuck and catering to american spring breakers

    fuck it
  5. Hessel Hessel

    Hessel
    902 posts
    Since Jul 6, 2006
    well tbh Glitchhop is more for nerds and Moombahton is more for Partypeeps! :smile:

    it's all a matter of taste. I like both!

    but I have to say that a lot of glitchhop sounds the same. they are all trying to copy Koan Sound and Tipper.

    very funky, but a year after ''Max Out'' (awesome track!) it's starting to get boring.


    with Moombahton on the other hand, you can easily fill up a set, without having it sound the same! a handfull of artists are REALLY pushing it! :smile:

    Moombahton takes influences from everywhere! from DutchHouse(the most obvious one) but also from Drum&Bass (the new Munchi stuff!!!), from Dubstep (check out Bro safari's new EP!) and also from Hardcore! I've heard moombahton tracks that sound like Gabber records at 108 bpm! with long drawn out distorted kickdrums! really cool stuff! and ofcourse you have a whole collection of latin / reggeaton tracks you can add to your set as well!

    so yeah, Moombahton is diverse!
  6. imPray

    imPray
    192 posts
    Since Dec 26, 2010
    Moombahton is cool but it will take a while for good enough music to appear since there are so many shit tracks going around everywhere. Most moombahton I hear just sounds like different versions of the same fucking track it's hilarious.
  7. Haskins

    Haskins
    58 posts
    Since Feb 27, 2012
    The world definitely needs more degrading generalizations, they definitely add to the value of our civilization.

    I, for one, prefer Glitch Hop over Moombahton, as I find it to be much more interesting in terms of structure and way more musical. I am not really into the whole cheesy electro- and house stuff with the madly boring four to the floor beats as well, so slowing it down just increases the boringness, also the whole "Dutch" sound is about as worn out as a 50 year old escort girl, which does not add much of an interesting touch to Moombahton for me either. Lastly, the person that decided that calling a genre "Moombahton" was a good idea should strongly reconsider if that was a good idea, regardless of what the reason was to call it that way.
  8. Hessel Hessel

    Hessel
    902 posts
    Since Jul 6, 2006
    fair enough. i agree with you on the ''Dutch'' sound, if you mean one note sirene/bleep melodies by that. (afrojack stuff)

    but other then that particular sound, I can definitely see Moombahton having the potential to be very diverse.

    Yes, it's 4 on the floor, but on this tempo it makes sense, because you have a lot of space between each kick to add groove! + girls like to shake their booty on it! ;)

    If I had to summorize the difference between the 2 styles.. Moombahton is about Groove and Glitchhop about Funk
  9. felun serial procrastinator

    felun
    429 posts
    Since Jan 20, 2004
    could some-one throw up some links to good examples of each to check out?

    cheers
  10. underspawn

    underspawn
    145 posts
    Since Oct 23, 2010
    Glitchhop is fine but that moombahton thingy is the worst genre i've heard :smashed:
  11. powerstrip

    powerstrip
    1,261 posts
    Since Nov 22, 2008
    It's
    SO
    BAD!!!
  12. pdognz

    pdognz
    436 posts
    Since Aug 3, 2007
    I really like the glitchhop stuff I've heard (Tipper, Opiuo, KOAN sound)

    On the other hand, someone posted a moombahton set on the board a few months back that everyone was creaming themselves over so I dled it to expand my horizons... There is no :smashed: big enough.
  13. lavaviper

    lavaviper
    193 posts
    Since Oct 29, 2011
    Anyone here heard EdIT's Certified Air Raid Material album? Or Bassnectar's Underground Communication and Cozza Frenzy albums? All three have some fantastic Glitch Hop that isn't even remotely similar to the KOAN Sound and Tipper stuff.
  14. Almighty Alias

    Almighty Alias
    46 posts
    Since Mar 23, 2012
    I can't stand Moombahton at the moment. The only half decent tune I've heard was the one by delta heavy. Most all the moombahton I hear seems to be made by half ass produces or people that have only been producing for a year or two. Kind of like how dubstep was 5 years ago.... how everyone said dubstep is where washed up dnb producers go to die. Moombahton is were washed up dubstep & electro producers go to die. Lol

    Just talking shit because I'm bored, but there's some truth to that. I got a feeling moombahton could turn into a cool forum of music, but its gonna take some time and better producers getting into it.

    Like a moombahton tune by Koan Sound..... now I bet that would sound dope. Or maybe one by Feed Me.
  15. Amusiac Fxture

    Amusiac
    1,752 posts
    Since Nov 14, 2008
  16. baadman

    baadman
    6 posts
    Since Sep 25, 2010
    Idk I like both genres, most major differences have been covered but I agree that glitch hop is definitely the better of the two. I say they both are geared for the dance floor but moombahton caters more to the female audience and a wider audience overall which will end up making it more popular.
  17. Deadstareforlife

    Deadstareforlife
    3,776 posts
    Since May 28, 2008
    Glitch Hop...I assumed everyone was going on about stuff like Boom Bip :laughing:
  18. Tektonic Nursery Member

    Tektonic
    4,924 posts
    Since Apr 7, 2009


    Would this not be Moombahton?

    It's sickkk :slayer:
  19. Rogue Trooper Giant Smurf

    Rogue Trooper
    1,495 posts
    Since Jan 22, 2004
    @Tektonic- no neither of those are moombahton. Even though the second one has some of the sounds that make moombahton so annoying, it's just bog standard house.

    I think moombahton is one of the most annoying genres of music ever, up there with jumpstyle, happy gabber and Dutch house. I was very disappointed when I found out Knick from Evol Intent was making moombahton. Bad move IMO.

    Glitch hop OTOH is awesome :slayer:
  20. Andydextruss Something

    Andydextruss
    12,156 posts
    Since Feb 17, 2004
    Both releasing on Skrillex's Owsla label.

    Can't really stand moombah (except KOAN Sound), quite like glitch hop. Both could be pretty cool though.



  21. majin Psyker

    majin
    111 posts
    Since Sep 19, 2011
    By Label I just meant genre tag, not a record label, sorry for the ambiguous choice of words :P

    I really wouldn't put KOAN Sound in the moombahton category, besides tempo, they've got nothing else in common with the style. Their stuff is like Neurofunk mixed with Hip-Hop, moombahton is like reggaeton mixed with house.
  22. SawFunk

    SawFunk
    32 posts
    Since Apr 6, 2012