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Dubstep!

CLAW
CLAW

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Posted : Aug 13, 2007 21:51
Anyone into it?

For the ones that dont know, watch this:






          
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http://soundcloud.com/c-l-a-w
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spinalpuppet


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Posted : Aug 14, 2007 10:54
yea i've got some stuff by Benga that kicks ass.

this dude here plays a radio show from the local college that rocks. i never remember to write down names of the artists though, seems hit or miss if you just randomly sample dubstep. i like the more roots dub influenced stuff.
Justin Chaos
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Posted : Aug 17, 2007 13:37
I play some Dubstep when it fits the crowd...not very often really, mostly in London when the people is more used to it, actually...where else people would dig such thing???

Not everyone's taste for sure, but you can get very addicted to it without even realizing...and after that any other music sounds just too simple.

Bassnectar, Deadbeat, Vibesquad, Tectonic, Sub Versions.
Are some of the artists to check out.
It sounds like a blend of Dub, D&B, Breakz, and Minimal Techno...kind of.

          My fake plants died, because I did not pretend to water them.
MoSH
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Posted : Aug 19, 2007 08:12
Love this genre... Used to hear Mad Professor last friday with a massive performance.
Enjoyed every DUBstep by him.           ERA - www.myspace.com/errrrrra | www.myspace.com/gmosh
david kebab
Faction

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Posted : Aug 19, 2007 13:32
skull disco - is best label for dubstep
if u ask me           out on 31.05.04
faction - the end of tel aviv
on neo ouija
www.neoouija.com
Dark_Dork
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Posted : Aug 20, 2007 15:36
Dubstep!!!
Had a massive romance with this genere last winter. I played Burial's album a lot:
http://www.discogs.com/release/689255
Check it out, itz a near perfect release. I used to listen to it every morning on my way to work, staring at the grey skiez. It was perfect.
Another solid one i spin a lot lately is Various Production's The World is Gone:
http://www.discogs.com/release/736678
Some really interesting stuff including some folkish vibez, old school Massive Attack trip hoppiness, and the track Hater iz such a banger!
Check it out.
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lucidpicnic
Lucid Picnic

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Posted : Aug 25, 2007 09:46
i agree with dark dork
bruial's selftitled is an amazing album
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lucidpicnic
Lucid Picnic

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Posted : Aug 25, 2007 09:53
cheers CHP, Nice link
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koalakube
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Posted : Aug 28, 2007 14:15
Glad to see other folks into this genre.
Been a big fun since the early days,beginning of 2000.

For teh ones not totally familiar with this genre,the root of dubstep can be found in the 2000s UK garage scene:bastard son of the 90s dnb a la photek (not the hyper fast dnb nowdays very popular),with a strong presence of dub reggae and the South London-based 2-step subgenres.

Check Tempa's Roots of Dubstep compilation to see where all this started from.


Rinse FM has played a big part in spreading the word.
Mala and Coki (aka Digital Mystikz) and Loefah brought in all the dub values (not present in the grime scene) and jungle bass : thats where I started getting into it,being the sound more close to one of my favourite style of music.


I do A&R for Elektrik Dragon , the new sublabel of the Sonic Dragon Family and in the Fall Im very produ to announce the release of the1st full album of Grieviuos Angel (well known in the scene for his collection of Sufferah mix releases),a great Sheffield producer and dj who I discovered truh Goth Trad while living here in Japan (Goth Trad being one of the very few dubstep nipponic producer ).

end of spam.back to the topic.


Planet MU and Rephlex did a quite big contribution in the genre.Any of you who had the chance to be at the Rephlex parties like 4/5 years ago @ Elektrowrz,lnows what Im talking about.


I highly suggest

http://www.dubstepforum.com/


a nice bunch of friendly chaps there.


and


http://www.riddim.ca/



Labels to keep an eye on:

Tempa
HyperDub
Tectonic
Soul Jazz Records



Peace and dub........step (^.-)


MattB



p.s. If you like dubstep you probably gonna like
http://www.myspace.com/photekproductions
Ni ten ichi ryu is one of my favourite tunes ever!




p.p.s. http://www.myspace.com/deepmedi

another great label with a much more organic feel of dubstep than others.
vector_0
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Posted : Aug 29, 2007 04:30
i like it!

its starting to gain a decent following here in Boston
Artemis


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Posted : Sep 4, 2007 13:34
^^^ Agreed with Vector!

I definitely like the sound and am glad its developing in Boston.

Skream, Plastician, Kode 9, Loefah, and DMZ are all good artists for the genre imo.

And other good labels besides Planet Mu (which is a good one, good mention koalakube) are Hyperdub, and Mashit.


I personally like my dubstep very grimey and bassy.
nod


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Posted : Sep 17, 2007 18:23
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On 2007-08-28 14:15, koalakube wrote:
I do A&R for Elektrik Dragon , the new sublabel of the Sonic Dragon Family and in the Fall Im very produ to announce the release of the1st full album of Grieviuos Angel (well known in the scene for his collection of Sufferah mix releases),a great Sheffield producer and dj who I discovered truh Goth Trad while living here in Japan (Goth Trad being one of the very few dubstep nipponic producer ).



wow that sounds very interesting - definitely looking forward to hearing that one

i've been lovin the dubstep since i discovered it a little over a year ago...been playing sets of dubstep mixed with dub all summer at psytrance chill areas & doing a little monthly here in town as well.

and on the 'shameless self promotion' side of things, here's a mix i put together this spring:

http://www.touchsamadhi.com/blog/nod/dj_nod_inna_dubstep_stylee

definitely into skull disco and deep medi (previously-mentioned labels), would also recommend SCUBA (producer who runs a record label) and the stuff coming out of the bay area (argon records, full melt) - djunya, roommate, matty g, babylon system, juju...all really nice stuff.           http://www.djnod.net
koalakube
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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 02:19
Hey nod cool mix.where u based at?

I am in Cali playing doing some gigs.I was doing the False Profit party in SF last weekend and dropped few dubstep remix on my live set as RaNDom.People seemed to really dig it.

SCUBA is good too!Forgot to mention that one.nice.

Does JUJU does dubstep now?I had him in Tokyo few years ago playing for a party I helped organizing.

Personally I dont have much sympathy for DnB djs/producers turned into dubstep producer.
nod


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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 02:32
i'm in asheville, north carolina

i was just in sf a little over a week ago after burning man...got to catch the get freaky party with mrk1 and luke envoy but had to come back east after that :/

juju is writing some pretty good dubstep IMO...not familiar with his dnb stuff at all though.

are you currently in japan? is there much of a dubstep scene over there? i've got a friend teaching english there that i've been meaning to come visit for a while now...           http://www.djnod.net
koalakube
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Posted : Sep 18, 2007 02:48
Ah N.Carolina......My mates from Glitch Mob told me they have a big following there.

Yeah im based in Tokyo but currently in Cali.Will do the SYmbiosis this weekend.

Japan dubstep scene is pretty limited.
Goth Trad's party Back To Chill is the most consistent grime/dubstep party at the moment.
Me been doing some small event in the last 2 years with some glitch-hop and dubstep stuff but very small parties.
I should be starting a dubstep room at WOMB next year and another bimonthly party at SECO (both pretty nice venues).

Drop me a line if you ever decide to come to Japan.


Peace n dub


mb
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