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#4
the la roux remix is a real ****ing tune, even my mates who hate dubstep like it. Wish the breaks went on for a bit but whatcha gonna do.


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#6
if you like dubstep, check out bar 9. his stuff is ****ing mucky. try midnight or pussyhole
yeah skream is very good, so is plastician, not such a huge benga fan.
#7
Quote by Greenie_777
Skream is my favourite dubstep producer. I saw Tes La Rok last week and it was brilliant, my nose and face were vibrating so bad. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jRVqyVzrsU This was the tune of the night.

That's amazing.

Only just starting to get into dubstep, but I'm loving Rusko at the moment.
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#8
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That's amazing.

Only just starting to get into dubstep, but I'm loving Rusko at the moment.


Rusko's good, you should check out the fabriclive mix he did with Caspa.
#9
'put the fruityloops away boy! it's almost 2am'
'but mum, I'm a bit producer now! listen to this*wobblebass* boyakasha!'

yeah nah yeah not really a fan.
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#10
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Burial is cool.


brilliant stuff; so much feeling, but at the same time it's as if you're hearing it through a one-way mirror - there's a lot of distance, and the voice is almost coming from an ether...

Distance is another good one

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#11
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'put the fruityloops away boy! it's almost 2am'
'but mum, I'm a bit producer now! listen to this*wobblebass* boyakasha!'

yeah nah yeah not really a fan.


Dubstep is more than just wobbly bass lines.
#12
Quote by GaijinFoot
'put the fruityloops away boy! it's almost 2am'
'but mum, I'm a bit producer now! listen to this*wobblebass* boyakasha!'

yeah nah yeah not really a fan.



listen to something that isnt wobble then.
#13
actually it was more of a paraphrase of me and my mum when I was about 16
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#14
Rusko is awesome, Nero aren't half bad either, other than that I'm just getting into dubstep..
#15
Quote by FLUX_
Rusko's good, you should check out the fabriclive mix he did with Caspa.

Yeah man I was listening to that on the bus on the way to uni today, really good stuff.

Really want to go to the Union dubstep etc. night, but the only people I know that go to that are a gay guy from my halls and my ex.

I love a good wobble.
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#16
^Heh, what uni. you at (out of interest..)

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought are pretty immense too, 'Random Acts of Kindness' is smooth
#18
Quote by pwnerer
I don't know that much about dubstep but this song is a big tune (I think it falls under the category of dubstep, not sure lol)

Nah, that's not dubstep, it's a dub/reggae/roots hybrid. Fat Freddy's are really big here.
#19
Anyone else finding rusko quite irritating? I swear he just churns out similar sounding tunes all the time just for the sake of making them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XkHzFIWqEc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OO5hw6M16YY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OXHh2Pmbiy8

Couple of my fave tunes.

I know i said rusko is irritating but...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_OeQMEMAoo
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#20
Most people are into rusko when they first get into dubstep and then they realise he's pretty swag apart from his old dubbed out tunes like jahova and soundguy my target
#21
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^Heh, what uni. you at (out of interest..)

Ed Solo & Skool Of Thought are pretty immense too, 'Random Acts of Kindness' is smooth

In Sheffield atm at the not so good one. It's aight though, Sheffield itself is awesome.
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Most people are into rusko when they first get into dubstep and then they realise he's pretty swag apart from his old dubbed out tunes like jahova and soundguy my target

Sums me up. Though I still like him.
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#23
Quote by korinaflyingv
Just discovered dubstep a couple of days ago at a ridiculously surreal drugs party
Listening to Burial's debut, loving it. Gonna listen to Skream! by Skream afterwards.
any other recommendations?


Diary of an afro warrior is a good album.

I recommend heading over to dubstep forum and downloading some mixes as that is in my opinion how it should be listened to. N-type, Skream, Benga and Rossi B and Luca do some good mixes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7THNFSZPzM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82EtMedoVtw&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-6EudvU2_Q&feature=related
#25



Rumour has it theres a dubstizzep track with him on vocals coming out soon... will probably be swag but the novelty of it will be the shizzle.
#26
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Rumour has it theres a dubstizzep track with him on vocals coming out soon... will probably be swag but the novelty of it will be the shizzle.


It's absolutely appalling. It's just eastern jam with the most awful rapping i've ever heard over it.

I don't even mind snoop dogg usually. I recommend that you just forget it exists.

Also, another one of my favourite songs. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKzcSliz2Oc
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#27
yeah its waste.


it could of worked with a more sparse beat but eastern jam is too muddy in the first place for anything but a "BIG UP SWEATY JAMES" every now and again
#33
Quote by i<3mtv
Anyone catch Mary Anne Hobb's documentary Bristol: Rise Up round xmas? Don't let the fact that the spotlight is just on one city put you off, it really does represent (and very well) the whole dubstep thing going down right now.

http://www.newmixes.com/mary_anne_hobbs-bristol_rise_up_special-sat-12-03-2008.html



i probably have but got too excited about MAH fiddling with her fibbly bits everytime a set ended and going "aaaah, oooh, fire" or some other orgasm noise - poor patois structure.
#34
Yeah don't know what her voice is doing when she chats over the tracks either She tries to be dark or something to fit in with the atmosphere/vibes...it really ain't working. Never really paid attention to her because she was on radio though, just seen she tended to DJ around here (Bristol) often. I regretfully thought she was like that other woman from the BBC and just loved Pendulum and the like, but tuned into her channel on youtube (mary anne hobbs tv - check it out) and shes on top of some proper good stuff.

I don't know whether it's the stagnation of rock music or what, but I got a feeling dubstep is the future
#35
Check out her show Generation Bass.


Was the one that really got me into it.
#36
i'm probably the only person in all of illinois that listens to dubstep. it's pretty tight, you uk folk know what youre doing when it comes to electronica

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao - easily my fav dubstep song as of right now
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#37
I found Skream to be quite enjoyable. Try Magnetic Man.
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#40
I always get confused, whether it's a man or a woman, but a mate told me it was a duo..