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dali vo makedonija ima rave zurki ako nema zosto
(PRVEN PROKITAJ TEMA POSLE REZULTATI OD ANKETA)
stvarno vo makedonija poslednive 10 muzikata cvetese i imase
i nie makedoncite kako nacija za kratok period se 'soocivme' so skoro poveketo stilovi na muzika od POP(imame najdobar vo jugoistocna evropa) domasen no i stranski potoa 'dojde' turbofolkot,RNB rap tehno metal commercial i taka da FAKT E DEKA SEKOJA MUZIKA IMA SVOJA ZURKA..... STO MISLITE IMALE ALNE(PRVEN PROKITAJ TEMA POSLE REZULTATI OD ANKETA)
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A rave (or rave party), is a term in use since the 1980s, to describe dance parties (often all-night events) with fast-paced electronic music and light shows.[1][2] At these parties DJs and other performers play Electronica, Trance, and Techno (referred to as "rave music"),[2] with the accompaniment of laser light shows, projected images, and artificial fog.


Early years

Early rave-like dances were held in the early 1980s in the Ecstasy-fueled club scene, in clubs like NRG ("energy"), in Houston. However, it was not until the mid to late 1980s that a wave of psychedelic and other electronic dance music, most notably acid house and techno, emerged and caught on in the clubs, warehouses, and free-parties around London and later Manchester. These early raves were called Acid House Parties. They were mainstream events that attracted thousands of people (up to 25,000[citation needed] instead of the 4,000 that came to earlier warehouse parties). Acid House parties were first rebranded "rave parties" in the media, during the summer of 1989 by Neil Andrew Megson during a television interview. In the UK, in 1988-89, raves were similar to football matches in that they provided a setting for working-class unification, in a time with no unions and few jobs, and many of the attendees of raves were die-hard football fans.[9] The lack of football rivalry at raves was due in large part to the Ecstasy taken by the "thugs" who would otherwise have relied on fighting for an adrenaline rush.[9]
Raves are more commonly thrown by bands set off in the desert. Although lately, clubs have taken on these so-called rave party names with techno, same atmosphere but instead of everyone camping out, it's inside a building.
British politicians responded with hostility to the emerging rave-party trend. Politicians spoke out against raves and began to fine anyone who held illegal parties. Police crackdowns on these often-illegal parties drove the scene into the countryside. The word "rave" somehow caught on in the UK to describe common semi-spontaneous weekend parties occurring at various locations linked by the brand new M25 London Orbital motorway that ringed London and the Home Counties. (It was this that gave the band Orbital their name.) These ranged from former warehouses and industrial sites, in London, to fields and country clubs in the countryside.
Electronic Music in general and also the "rave scene" was jump started in Detroit, Michigan and thus is where the underground rave scene first originated. Numerous well known DJ's like Rich Hawtin and DJ Godfather all got their start in the underground scene in Detroit. Today he rave scene is still kept alive in Detroit with the DEMF or Detroit Electronic Music Festival also known as the Movement. Here famous DJ's from all over the world come to play on one of the multiple stages during this 3-day event at Heart Plaza in Detroit. In 2008 and estimated 90,000 people showed up over the 3-day weekend. To some this is the biggest Electronic Music Festival in the world still alive today.
The early rave scene also flourished underground in North American cities such as Montreal, Chicago, San Francisco, and Los Angeles Detroit, Michigan and as word of the budding scene spread, raves quickly caught on in other major urban centers across the North American and European continents.



[edit] United Kingdom

From the Acid House scene of the late 1980s, the scene transformed from predominantly a London-based phenomenon to a UK-wide mainstream underground youth movement. By 1991, organizations such as Fantazia, Universe, Raindance, and Amnesia House were holding massive legal raves in fields and warehouses around the country. One Fantazia party, called One Step Beyond, was an open-air, all-night affair that attracted 30,000 people. Other notable events included Vision at Pophams airfield in August 1992, with 40,000 in attendance, and Universe's Tribal Gathering in 1993.
In the early 1990s, the scene was slowly changing, with local councils passing bylaws and increasing fees in an effort to prevent or discourage rave organisations from acquiring necessary licenses. This meant that the days of legal one-off parties were numbered. By the mid-90s, the scene had fragmented into many different styles of dance music, making large parties more expensive to set up and more difficult to promote. The happy old skool style was replaced by the darker jungle and the faster happy hardcore. Although many ravers left the scene due to the split, promoters such as ESP Dreamscape and Helter Skelter still enjoyed widespread popularity and capacity attendances with multi-arena events catering to the various genres. Particularly notable events of this period included ESP's Dreamscape 20 on 9 September 1995 at Brafield aerodrome fields, Northants and Helter Skelter's Energy 97 event on 9 Aug 1997 at Turweston Aerodrome, Northants.
The illegal free party scene also reached its zenith for that time after a particularly large festival, when many individual sound systems such as Bedlam, Circus Warp, DIY, and Spiral Tribe set up near Castlemorton Common. In May 1992, the government acted. Under the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, the definition of music played at a rave was given as:
“ "music" includes sounds wholly or predominantly characterised by the emission of a succession of repetitive beats. ”
— Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994[10]
Sections 63, 64 & 65 of the Act targeted electronic dance music played at raves. The Criminal Justice and Public Order Act empowered police to stop a rave in the open air when a hundred or more people are attending, or where two or more are making preparations for a rave. Section 65 allows any uniformed constable who believes a person is on their way to a rave within a five-mile radius to stop them and direct them away from the area; non-compliant citizens may be subject to a maximum fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale (£1000). The Act was ostensibly introduced because of the noise and disruption caused by all night parties to nearby residents, and to protect the countryside. It has also been claimed that it was introduced to kill a popular youth movement that was taking many drinkers out of town centres, where they would drink taxable alcohol, and into fields to take untaxed drugs and drink free water.
After 1993, the main outlet for raves in the UK were a number of licensed venues, amongst them Helter Skelter, Life at Bowlers (Trafford Park, Manchester), The Edge (formerly the Eclipse [Coventry]), The Sanctuary (Milton Keynes) and Club Kinetic.[11] Events proved to be one of the main forces in rave, holding legendary events across the northeast and Scotland. Initially playing techno, breakbeat rave and drum and bass, it later embraced hardcore techno including happy hardcore and bouncy techno. Judgement Day, History of Dance, and now REGENeration continued the Rezerection legacy. Scotland's clubs, such as the FUBAR in Stirling, Hanger 13 in Ayr, and Nosebleed in Rosyth played important roles in the development of these dance music styles.
These were nearly all pay-to-enter events; however, it could be argued that rave organisers saw the writing on the wall and moved towards more organised and "legitimate" venues, enabling a continuation of large-scale indoor raves well into the mid-nineties. One might remember that the earliest house and acid house clubs were themselves effectively "nightclubs". Public perception of raves was also overshadowed in the press by the 1995 death of Leah Betts, a teenager who died after taking ecstasy; journalists and billboard campaigns emphasized the element of drug use, even though Betts actually died from water intoxication, not an ecstasy overdose, and her death occurred at a party in her own home, not a rave.

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шознам... мислам дека нема... ако точно разбрав овие се нешо како sensation festival?? тоа ти е денс фестивал цела ноќ...со светлечки ефекти ова она...
мислам дека нема...
 

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Зависи што подразбираш под рејв :)
Журките на саем јас би ги карактеризирал како рејвови :) Така да рејвови има.

Интересно ми е што прв пат читам твој пост во подфорумот ноќен живот. Би те замолил да напишеш неколку лични искуства. Мразам копирање од Википедија кога се работи за некои специфични катергории.
 
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баш гледав филмови за ова рејв во британија порано тоа било мн поинаку за разлика од сега,биле забранети од страна на владините органи и такви организации но кога веќе ќе се организирале само вистинските рејвери знаеле за местото и за времето на рејвот за разлика од сега каде што секој втор може да се нарече клабер или рејвер:jaj:затоа таквите рејвови биле мн поинтересни и позабавни од сега овие што се:smir:
 

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Претпоставувам под рејв подразбираш хипички журки со наркоманчиња (без навреда на некој) во шарени бои со светлечки стапчиња, хепи хардкор... тогаш не, колку што знам нема.
Инаку журките на саем, како што рече Тончи... може да се сметаат за рејв.
 
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Dragon[Sky];2121667 напиша:
Претпоставувам под рејв подразбираш хипички журки со наркоманчиња (без навреда на некој) во шарени бои со светлечки стапчиња, хепи хардкор... тогаш не, колку што знам нема.
Инаку журките на саем, како што рече Тончи... може да се сметаат за рејв.
може да се рече дека се рејв... ама не е то то како вистинските рејв журки. пошто гледав и јас нешто и баш се она хардкор како што велиш...
колку ми се прај кефот на таква да одаммм.... :vozbud:
 
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RAYTHEON23

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Зависи што подразбираш под рејв :)
Журките на саем јас би ги карактеризирал како рејвови :) Така да рејвови има.

Интересно ми е што прв пат читам твој пост во подфорумот ноќен живот. Би те замолил да напишеш неколку лични искуства. Мразам копирање од Википедија кога се работи за некои специфични катергории.

morav da najdam tocna DEFINICIJA ZATOA NA(NAJBRZO) WIKIPEDIA

inaku bev na pal van dyk vo ohrid,astral klub 54....vo kavadarci na kosturnica po kafici i nokniklubovi ama OBOZAVAM da densam toa mi e u krvta

so lako psihata koga dencavmevo EMI-kavadarci(jako bese no ne RAVE)DJ Freak e zakon povelete

prethodnomislev deka nema sto da se vidi no sega dobro e noken zivot-zatoa sega prv :smir:pat pisam
 

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Гледав дека најчесто пишуваш на другите подфоруми. Добредојде на Ноќен живот.
А за журки... па имаш време да надоместиш, не бери гајле :) Следи го подфорумов, редовно се слевааат сите информации тука. Па повели на некој арен жур, уште поарно кога ќе дојдат летните фестивали :)
И не читај премногу википедија, некогаш не е веродостојна :baeh:
 
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RAYTHEON23

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Гледав дека најчесто пишуваш на другите подфоруми. Добредојде на Ноќен живот.
А за журки... па имаш време да надоместиш, не бери гајле :) Следи го подфорумов, редовно се слевааат сите информации тука. Па повели на некој арен жур, уште поарно кога ќе дојдат летните фестивали :)
И не читај премногу википедија, некогаш не е веродостојна :baeh:
Tocno e za viki pedia a na zurki sum bil eeejj bev na paul van duke vo ohrid
na astral ali posto ne sum od SK moram da izlevam veles kavadarci(a mnogu densam na full-on i dobar house-i lugevo se cudat i me gleat...pa neli ste za zabava dojdeni klosari..inaku vo kavadarci poveli vo EMI tamu e ok a ako go nacekas DJ freak dobro ke bide):helou:

inaku mnogu sakam open air zurki ko taa vo veles za majot-ok bese
 
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Прочиатајте ја Електрошок од Гарниер,има доста таму опишано кај се праеле,кога се праеле рејв журки :smir:
 
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Tocno e za viki pedia a na zurki sum bil eeejj bev na paul van duke vo ohrid
na astral ali posto ne sum od SK moram da izlevam veles kavadarci(a mnogu densam na full-on i dobar house-i lugevo se cudat i me gleat...pa neli ste za zabava dojdeni klosari..inaku vo kavadarci poveli vo EMI tamu e ok a ako go nacekas DJ freak dobro ke bide):helou:

inaku mnogu sakam open air zurki ko taa vo veles za majot-ok bese
инаку у кавадарци многу добро е у шанкот, жените се :drk:, коа бев последен пат фучеше добро прогресивно хаусче
 

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Слушам викендов во Костурница имало опасна журка ???????? Некое инфо некој ??????
 
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Вчера екстремно позитивно изненаден од tale of us. Мислев ќе излезат со некое екстремно пичкарско мејнстрим сетче.
Мора повеќе вакви журки на водно, дефинитивно.

Може не е темата адекватна ама заслужува mention :D
 
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