Fri Dec 21 13:55:53 EST 2012
Not really... If they go harder (more dubstep, moombahton, and trap than normal dance/house stuff) it is a significantly different audience. Pop dance/hip hop and electronica are too completely different things.
However, I can't see this as a big money maker, though. It's been tried in NYC and never really did that well.
Two, doesn't this Evoilution BPM type format grab audience from Kiss and Jamn?
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