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its all evolution, because of skrillex lots of people with start producing in spite. : )
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QUOTE (meat_and_cheese @ 20. Oct 2011, 14:27) *
its all evolution, because of skrillex lots of people with start producing in spite. : )


We have all ready heard thousends of kids putting some DIRTY noises on britney songs... You should liste to some of them!

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I've bever understood this Dubstep thing
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QUOTE (drakula1975 @ 23. Oct 2011, 10:41) *
I've bever understood this Dubstep thing


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QUOTE (drakula1975 @ 23. Oct 2011, 04:41) *
I've never understood this Dubstep thing


In complete agreement. I missed the seminar when they handed out the instruction manuals....




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I don´t think so.
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QUOTE (Idle. @ 09. Oct 2011, 06:54) *
bassless wobbles



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Let this topic die already. Dubstep is obviously not dead, it has a bigger fan base than ever. I for one find many innovative things that are being done in the dubstep of today. Sure, there is a lot of generic, cookie-cutter dubstep, but there are also some real gems, too. As long as artists exist that continue to push new boundaries and try unconventional things within dubstep, then it will not die. I like tear-out, obnoxious bro-step. I also like the dubstep more akin to how dubstep was conceived when it first split off from garage. For every artist that you show me in an attempt to "prove" that dubstep is dead, I will show you one that is injecting new, fresh sounds into the genre.


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post 06. Nov 2011, 01:33
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Dubstep seems to be heading in the direction that gabber took many years ago. It's getting more and more "hard," "dirty," and downright ridiculous and soon enough the producers' works are becoming purposely ironic (ironically ironic?). Already ametures and even pros are going like this.
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Dubstep as it is known is not dubstep.

Dubstep as it was in the underground scene is dubstep.

Both isn't dead.

There is confusion.
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post 06. Nov 2011, 05:19
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A genre that spans far from the underground to the mainstream? Starting to influence music on the would be music authority MTV? Keep in mind dubstep is not a single sound but a few production characteristics such as "wobbling" frequencies, and 140 BPM. There's still plenty of producers making the old shit, the new shit, and some making the in-between. I remember the first thing that caught me about dubstep is that the wobble seemed to add another dimension to synthsizers, giving instrumentals a vocal type appeal, so much room for creativity. I think the beautiful thing is that so many have found it as a means to express themselves. Even if it's not the same original sound it was when it started out, obviously it's not dead. Peeps just buggin out because they feel like something sacred has been disrupted because it's being utilized in different ways, and now there's all these generic douche bags using a word to describe something that the original dubheads once loved for it's secrecy and unique form, to describe something that is now the latest hottest fad. It's still bangin' and poppin' in every way no matter how you look at it. Stop cryin' and start skankin' folks woot.gif
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post 06. Nov 2011, 15:51
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Wobbling isn't a dubstep characteristic. Many people think it is due to the explosion of brostep after producers like Rusko got popular. Original dubstep wasn't about the wobbles. Mainstream dubstep is.
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? how you gonna say that? It still wobbled, it was just mostly sub bass
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Hard, heavily modulated basses didn't come up with dubstep either. They had been popularised by DnB, Garage and other styles before. Nothing new!
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OHAYAH RUDEBOI BRINGIN' DI JUNGLE HOME MAAON ORIGINAL NINJA MON FLYIN' YA UNDA DIS AYE RAGGA GONGSTA MON WE INTRODUCIN' DI BEGINNIN' TERROR DESTROY MADSTEP LIKE BREAKIN' DI GROUND YA EAR DIS COS DA DUBSTEPPA GOTS SHIT MAYEN BRING IT DI W0BBLE YA LOL http://ow.ly/7kA8s
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http://soundcloud.com/user1083522

not your typical tranfromer battle garbage. More roots reggae dub with bass!
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post 07. Nov 2011, 02:31
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QUOTE (Idle. @ 06. Nov 2011, 15:43) *
OHAYAH RUDEBOI BRINGIN' DI JUNGLE HOME MAAON ORIGINAL NINJA MON FLYIN' YA UNDA DIS AYE RAGGA GONGSTA MON WE INTRODUCIN' DI BEGINNIN' TERROR DESTROY MADSTEP LIKE BREAKIN' DI GROUND YA EAR DIS COS DA DUBSTEPPA GOTS SHIT MAYEN BRING IT DI W0BBLE YA LOL http://ow.ly/7kA8s

I think you might have meant this. Even if you didn't, it's related, great, and this beautiful place here led me to find it smile.gif
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post 07. Nov 2011, 02:34
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QUOTE (LoneStar @ 06. Nov 2011, 15:32) *
Hard, heavily modulated basses didn't come up with dubstep either. They had been popularised by DnB, Garage and other styles before. Nothing new!

And yes, I knew this as well. And for the record this track is, in fact, the greatest drum and bass track ever conceived.
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QUOTE (Shizballs @ 06. Nov 2011, 18:34) *
QUOTE (LoneStar @ 06. Nov 2011, 15:32) *
Hard, heavily modulated basses didn't come up with dubstep either. They had been popularised by DnB, Garage and other styles before. Nothing new!

And yes, I knew this as well. And for the record this track is, in fact, my favorite drum and bass track ever conceived.


fixed...
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post 07. Nov 2011, 14:29
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NOOOOOOOOOO IT IS THE BEST EVER IN THE WORLD EVER
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post 10. Nov 2011, 02:35
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lol at Benga in the top picture
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post 10. Nov 2011, 17:19
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPMGTSZ-g8w...feature=related

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i've wasted a few hours every now and then on this site where people play music for each other, turntable.fm

it's 90% american when i'm on there (i'm american too so...) and in the generic electronic music rooms literally ALL these guys play is filthy dubstep and electro.

if this crowd represents a significant portion of the american EDM scene, i had no idea. haate it!

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hell, give me david guetta and afrojack over skrillex, rusko, datsik, borgore, zedd anyday!
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QUOTE (dusklife @ 10. Nov 2011, 18:33) *
i've wasted a few hours every now and then on this site where people play music for each other, turntable.fm

it's 90% american when i'm on there (i'm american too so...) and in the generic electronic music rooms literally ALL these guys play is filthy dubstep and electro.

if this crowd represents a significant portion of the american EDM scene, i had no idea. haate it!

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hell, give me david guetta and afrojack over skrillex, rusko, datsik, borgore, zedd anyday!



Your a cheesy teeny bopper if thats your veiw, go buy the latest hed candi and fuck off outta here!!!
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The Hardcore Continuum keeps on rolling.
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QUOTE (Idle. @ 17. Oct 2011, 04:40) *
This gets me more wet than dubstep ---> http://youtu.be/oCdb3_TPnQ4?t=7s

Thanks for the link.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y3sWrebImas&feature=related

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QUOTE (z.. @ 23. May 2011, 16:28) *
skrillex pop collabs put you off dubstep... did mcdonalds put you off food?


mcdonalds is over 9000 times better than skrillex.

by the way, this is my first post on torrentech and this place looks awesome! i generally spend an inordinate amount of time arguing with kids about brostep on the internet and it's good to finally find somewhere where people are actually somewhat educated on the subject. it literally saddens me to listen to dubstep these days, so i generally don't.



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Honestly go check out the stuff coming out of Shogun audio and chestplate, Icicle is absolutley killing it at the moment
Check this mix:
http://anonym.to/?http%3A%2F%2Fpodcast.dge...Audio080212.mp3


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QUOTE (Dr Krepz @ 12. Feb 2012, 12:10) *
QUOTE (z.. @ 23. May 2011, 16:28) *
skrillex pop collabs put you off dubstep... did mcdonalds put you off food?


mcdonalds is over 9000 times better than skrillex.

by the way, this is my first post on torrentech and this place looks awesome! i generally spend an inordinate amount of time arguing with kids about brostep on the internet and it's good to finally find somewhere where people are actually somewhat educated on the subject. it literally saddens me to listen to dubstep these days, so i generally don't.

Find some Future Garage mate, thats where its at! smile.gif
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Yes.

This is like the poorest thing that could ever happen to any music genre biggrin.gif
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QUOTE (xxzeppelinfreakxx @ 10. Nov 2011, 02:35) *
lol at Benga in the top picture


and I believe it's Mala behind him ?
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Maaaan, the dubstep is dead debate has been going on and on and on ad. tedium here on TT and all over. The same thing has happened to loads of musical genres before and i'm sure will continue to happen to musical genres in the future. Underground music often breaks into the mainstream, gets popular and diluted, the original fans no longer like it, move on and the cycle continues.

Just listen to what you like and don't listen to what you don't like eh.

The more time we spend moaning about shit like this, the less time we have for listening to new music that makes us \o/.


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Did you ever see album from artist DRUM&BASS called JUST DRUM&BASS with bomb tracks ONE, TWO, THREE, FOUR, FIVE sounding like the simplest clown step?
No, this has reached whole new bottom level mate smile.gif

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I thought dubstep went main stream when snoop dogg did a version of chase & status eastern jam?? It was bound to happen, I always imagined hip hop artists borrowing from dub step... I never would of guessed some emo child would get Korn on the scene...
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Those who think dubstep is over are clearly not digging hard enough for the good stuff.

The initial rage dubstep created is over. The format is still great for producers to learn from and experiment with.

Listen to what you like.
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QUOTE (Ray_Von @ 16. Feb 2012, 16:44) *
The more time we spend moaning about shit like this, the less time we have for listening to new music that makes us \o/.

Hello I am not a spam bot. I saw your pics from your profile and thought I would really love to see you see me soon I am from your city. The less time we spend makes us love dubstep its true, our interests are very similar perhaps we can meet this weekend, visit my website. I am currently working in sales management for dubstep and can provide for our future family together.

Music never dies, it transforms, often branching off in multiple forks, and for a lot of people some of those forks just sound like shit. I hope I have convinced you to purchase viagra from my pharmacology shop, its on my website and I hope we can get to know each other.
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There was a time when dubstep, like breakcore, was pushing boundaries and innovating with every subsequent release. This time was around 2007, IMO. It may have really started in earnest in 2003 and 2004. It was first a blip on my radar halfway through '04.

This topic is not meant to imply that dubstep is dead. This topic is meant to discuss the fact that dubstep is now a much more rigidly-defined genre with a set of cliches that it only rarely steps outside of, not unlike the way drum and bass has been for a decade or longer now.

Some will argue against my characterization of drum and bass in the last paragraph. My point is simply: as is drum and bass, so is dubstep. It's past the point where every new release tries doing something that hasn't been done. Most of the broad strokes have been painted now. We're just filling in the edges of the painting, adding little details and nuances.

Starkey's still pushing the limits, and there are a few others faithful to the innovative dubstep of yesteryear. Most have moved on.
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QUOTE (Re-Drum @ 16. Feb 2012, 18:32) *
QUOTE (xxzeppelinfreakxx @ 10. Nov 2011, 02:35) *
lol at Benga in the top picture


and I believe it's Mala behind him ?


Distance on the decks
beside him is some dude drinking
behind that dude is Stg. Pokes head
beside drinking dude is Coki (i think)
behind Coki is some tall dude
beside Coki is Benga
behind Benga IS Mala. smile.gif
beside Benga is Hijack (Skreams bro)
and the dude at the end (far right of pic) is unknown to me although he looks familiar.
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Downtempo/Organic dubstep is where its at for me. Dubstep died as soon as the dub was taken out =/
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end the fart step, and ill be happy
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jw-xoMGqDEQ

Now even Infected Mushroom is squeezing into the Rottun Records/Korn circlejerk.
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Madonna - Gang Bang (from MDNA'2012)
popstep?)))
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I fail to see how this is the end of dubstep. I feel more like it's a beginning and challenge for people to come up with something more than borgore and type shit hardcore stuff . Say like west coast boomers/colorado peeps pushin boundaries/UK will always be there doing something original to keep our ears tingling. I still like heavy stuff and Skrillex doesn't bother me i actually kind of enjoyed his drop heavy stuff mixed with poppy sounds, so what he got famous, so what deadmau5 got famous and the house scene rages forward.
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I'll take the hotties dancing and actin a fool, you guys can have the bro's watching benga's every move.
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