A doof or bush doof is a type of outdoor dance party generally held in a remote country area, or outside a large city in surrounding bush or rainforest. Originating in the post-punk electronic music scene of Melbourne, Australia in the early 1990s, events referred to as doofs are now held worldwide and have built from a small set of social groups to a subculture with millions of active members worldwide, considered by some as a full blown culture[1] similar to raves or teknivals. Doofs generally have healing workshops, speakers, art, live artists and DJs playing a range of electronic music, commonly goa, house, dub techno, Techno, acid heavy sounds and psychedelic trance.

Bush doof
Rainbow Serpent Festival 2013
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Related genresTrance music, electronic dance music, goa, dub techno, psychedelic trance, ebm, industrial music, prangga, jungle music
LocationOceania, United Kingdom, United States of America, Europe, Asia, Japan, South Korea, South Africa
Related eventsCategory:Music festivals, music festival, rave, trance festival, electronic dance music festival, teknival, free party, Category:Trance festivals, Category:Electronic music festivals in Australia

"Doof doof" is an Australian term for loud electronic music centred on a heavy bass drum kick.[2][3]

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