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About Music Tecktonik (TCK)

Tecktonik (TCK) which also known as Milky Way or Electro Dance, is a form of unbridled and original street dance is usually performed to electro house music.

Based on a blend of different dance styles (such as Disco, Vogue, Waacking, Hip-Hop and Freehand Glowsticking) Tecktonik (TCK) started in the 2000s and comes from the southern suburbs of Paris in France, especially the Metropolis nightclub and then wide-spread around the world. Northern Europe's fast-paced techno and electro house music is the usual choice for Tecktonik dancing.

Electro dance is predominantly about arm movement, taking basic elements from glowsticking such as the concept of Freehand, the Figure 8 and the idea of the Leading Hand (one hand geometrically following the other), while staying very much in a disco tastes, by amplifying points and poses as a main aspect to this style. Down below Electro dancers tend to use their hips, knees and feet to gently shuffle across the floor in beat to the music, quite often in a random and jerky fashion. They also tend to include elements of toprock, B-boy-like footwork, lending to the hip hop-like influences in a lot of the electro house music.

Presently, Electro Dance is performed differently than the Tecktonik. Electro Dance has lots of feet moves and free hand moves with plenty improvisation. Tecktonik is a controlled, memorized way of dancing, with few feet moves. Tecktonik is also much slower than actual Electro Dance.

Tecktonik was a motivation for the development of other new dance styles and types. Jumpstyle and shuffling are other types of dance that is similar to Tecktonik but uses different body parts and music. Tecktonik use a mixture of several dance music.

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