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Scenrecension: Beautiful and hopeful discharge with La Horde at Dansens Hus

the Style was born in clubs in Belgium and the Netherlands at the turn of the century in 2000, fortplantade to the street and was developed by ”jumpers”, particularly in Eastern europe.

But it is online that jumpstyle live and spread. Practitioners filming short sequences and put up on Youtube.

depends on the three multikreatörerna in French konstkollektivet La Horde taken on the phenomenon with choreographic flair. La Horde finkammade Youtube after leading jumpers, brought together ten of them and have joined their respective moves and tricks to a collective tableau where the big picture says more than all of the hot air bouncing online.

It begins with the working process behind ”To da bone” is presented in a half-documentary. Certainly educational and inclusive, but so comprehensive that I wonder how much that will be left to discover?

I had not had to worry about me.

Jumpstyle, say practitioners, is a lifestyle, an outlet for anger and a method to keep depressive thoughts at a distance. Like any physically demanding hobby.

Nine young men in colourful club kids-jackets, and one of the few female jumpers, step into and spans the rock, gazing in the crowd before the forming on the betongkala the scene. To kräma on with fierce electro 150 bpm – the music is still jumpstyles heart – had been both expected and powerful, therefore it becomes all the more effective when the group is introduced, in total silence. Only the position of the feet the rhythm, and the occasional military announcement accompanies an accompanied introduction, which leaves room for the spike that follows.

with testosteronstinna battles in the ”To da bone”. La Horde instead fixed on the things that unite the dancers, they let them meet in folkdansinspirerade circles, and tell you in their own language, why they love jumpstyle. A mobile go symptomatically enough, until – ”Post-internet dance” call La Horde dansgemenskaper where the mobile phone is the means and social media the goal.

But berry ”To da bone” any deeper message?

unlike, for example, tango, hip hop or dance hall is jumpstyle neither the urban rooted or politically-charged.

Jumpstyle, say practitioners, is a lifestyle, an outlet for anger and a method to keep depressive thoughts at a distance. Like any physically demanding hobby.

Still, when the dancers ' fingertips gently touch each other in a delicate sequence conveyed something original about our need for fellowship, of meetings over the borders in times of the emerging right wing populism and the brexitbråk.

Whether you are a Hungarian welder or a chef from Kiev – who would not want to stand on a bold scene and dissolve to the hard beats in front of 900 spectators? ”To da bone” gets a nice discharge also for us sitting.

In the comments field on Youtube gnälls it that jumpstyle is so 2012. Trends shift quickly on the web, but the operation to express themselves through dance seems eternal.

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