Topic: Why doesn't everybody love breaks?
What's the deal with this forum being so quiet? Why do so few people in England listen to breaks when they're so damn brilliantly fun? I danced my little bottom off to Hyper and co in the Star Bar at Bedrock every month without fail a year or two ago, but the London scene in particular just hasn't got anywhere near as big as it should have.
I've just come over to Sydney for a few months, and breaks are MASSIVE over here. There are tons of breaks nights every week, and big breaks events like Field Day (Plump DJs, Soul of Man, Freq Nasty, Krafty Kuts, etc). It means lots of breaksy fun for me while I'm here, but also proves to me that breaks is a universally appealling sound. So why don't Brits go for it so much? I reckon it's a stuck up thing. Breaks is too much fun, especially for the London crowd. Most Londoners want to look a bit cool while clubbing, but breaks makes you bounce like a muppet.
What's everyone else reckon?