hardbag

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of hard and handbag, i.e. a harder form of the earlier genre handbag or handbag house.

Noun[edit]

hardbag (uncountable)

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  1. A melodic genre of electronic dance music of the mid-1990s, usually with female vocals.
    • 2003, Aline Scott-Maxwell, John Whiteoak, Currency companion to music and dance in Australia
      They present a wide range of dance styles, including electro, trance, acid house, handbag, hardbag, hardcore, happy hardcore, drum-and-bass, hi-NRG and even industrial.