Trance Forum | Stats | Register | Search | Parties | Advertise | Login

There are 0 trance users currently browsing this page
Trance Forum  Forum  Electronica - dub tech

1 2 Next Page →
First Page Last Page
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on StumbleUpon
Author

dub tech

-Abatwa-
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  42
Posts :  1087
Posted : Feb 6, 2010 10:58:52
this place seems dead, where all the people at? Made a search and couldnt find any topics on the issue other than the dub techno label thread, but I want to get a bit more specific.

I am looking for artists similar to Deadbeat,Paul St. Hilaire, Rhythm & Sound. Stuff like this







especially with badass rastamon vibration vocals like this. Hope to ear some good suggestions, thanks
          `Bottomless wonders spring from simple rules, which are repeated without end` Mandelbrot
Tasos_NOtrea
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  40
Posts :  1395
Posted : Feb 8, 2010 17:23
try Kraftfuttermischwerk, Marko Fuerstenberg, Brendon Moeller/Beat Pharmacy/Echologist, Ribn, Milton Jackson, Lerosa, John Daly, Tony Maione & Waltek, Gabriel Le Mar/Subsonic Park, Dubloner, Soultek, Peter Van Hoesen, CV313, Intrusion, Echonomist, Quantec, Fluxion, Mikkel Metal, Luke Hess, Schwanbeck, Onmutu Mechanicks, Tony Blunt etc

There are many more producers I can't remember           www.myspace.com/tasos_notrea
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1101850147&ref=name
http://soundcloud.com/tasos_notrea/sets/marchmix2012_techno
Tasos_NOtrea
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  40
Posts :  1395
Posted : Feb 8, 2010 17:48





















































          www.myspace.com/tasos_notrea
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1101850147&ref=name
http://soundcloud.com/tasos_notrea/sets/marchmix2012_techno
-Abatwa-
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  42
Posts :  1087
Posted : Feb 8, 2010 20:53
thx mon, will check em out and letjah know what I think.
          `Bottomless wonders spring from simple rules, which are repeated without end` Mandelbrot
DiMiTry
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  70
Posts :  2299
Posted : Feb 15, 2010 03:32
there's some similar stuff coming out from the dubstep side of things too. go to boomkat and browse through the dubstep section, lots of tech-step records out there.
          ..it's just another party..
-Abatwa-
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  42
Posts :  1087
Posted : Feb 15, 2010 20:05
I am specifically looking for stuff that is very much reggae, dub influenced preferably with rastamon vocalz. In dubstep I think is very rare to find what I am lookin for so I am askin for suggestions.           `Bottomless wonders spring from simple rules, which are repeated without end` Mandelbrot
DiMiTry
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  70
Posts :  2299
Posted : Feb 16, 2010 08:38
dubstep is evolving too.
          ..it's just another party..
Tasos_NOtrea
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  40
Posts :  1395
Posted : Feb 19, 2010 22:50
check Steve Foulds! He just released a new ep called Black Light, seven tracks of dreamy dub techno and electronica... Recommended!!







          www.myspace.com/tasos_notrea
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1101850147&ref=name
http://soundcloud.com/tasos_notrea/sets/marchmix2012_techno
CLAW
CLAW

Started Topics :  117
Posts :  2738
Posted : Mar 2, 2010 23:18
nice music indeed           
Noize Conspiracy Records
http://soundcloud.com/c-l-a-w
https://www.facebook.com/CLAW.cy
Justin Chaos
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  117
Posts :  3086
Posted : Mar 5, 2010 18:13
I like Christoph Schindling, Robeto Bardini, Sven Weismann, Neurotron and many others.
          My fake plants died, because I did not pretend to water them.
Yidam
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  144
Posts :  3171
Posted : Apr 6, 2010 21:20
Really love all the 'Rhythm & Sound' output but am a bit confused about the definition of Dub Techno. They sound a lot like Dub apart from that very slight drive.

Can anyone here explain what qualifies this genre?
DiMiTry
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  70
Posts :  2299
Posted : Apr 9, 2010 06:00
R&S is definitely on the dubbier side, check out stuff like Brandon Moeller that's more techno with dubby elements.
          ..it's just another party..
Merlot
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  13
Posts :  145
Posted : Apr 12, 2010 14:58
I'm really surprised no one has mentioned Basic Channel and Chain Reaction...Perhaps the most important dub techno labels around.
DiMiTry
IsraTrance Full Member

Started Topics :  70
Posts :  2299
Posted : Apr 13, 2010 06:42
Rhythm & Sound = Moritz von Oswald+Mark Ernestus = Basic Channel/Chain Reaction           ..it's just another party..
Merlot
IsraTrance Junior Member

Started Topics :  13
Posts :  145
Posted : Apr 13, 2010 08:18
^Of course. But R&S is only one guise. Those who dont know might miss out on important works by Basic Channel (alias), Moritz Von Oswald, Quadrant, Maurizio etc As well as other artists on these labels like Porter Ricks, Monolake, Vladislav Delay/Luomo.



Trance Forum  Forum  Electronica - dub tech

1 2 Next Page →
First Page Last Page
Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on StumbleUpon


Copyright © 1997-2020 IsraTrance