I'm sure you're familiar with this phrase as pronounced by Suburban Base Records back in the 90's with reference to breakbeat hardcore. But isn't it weird that of all the genres that could've been said to have died, breakbeat hardcore would be among the most dead? No one is producing it, really (to my knowledge; if you know some breakbeat hardcore labels/artists currently active as such, please let me know). Not only that, it's not because it just fell out of favor or anything: it ripped apart into happy hardcore and jungle, with nothing left in the middle. So it fractured out of existence. But then again, it lives on tacitly and explicitly in much electronic music out there. So maybe it never did die... Indeed, I'd say a good, historical knowledge of dance music would not be complete without a knowledge of breakbeat hardcore. So maybe, oddly, Subbase was right... Thoughts?