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Who killed Dubstep

IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Dec 10, 2011 15:38:36
very interesting article about life of this genre...
IsraTrance Full Member

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Posted : Feb 4, 2012 23:22
haters gonna hate

now seriously. every music style has inovations which may not be well received by the oldschool fans. you can still listen to benga, skream and the likes, and simply ignore brostep. what's the real deal? is it because it's no longer underground?

and one thing I find unfair is the whole criticism arround him. yes you may not like his music, no problem, it's a matter of taste. but saying it's just noise, no soundwritting skills, over compressed badly produced music is complete bullshit. his really top-notch in all production skills and there's no denying it.          Pyrex :: Traveling without moving

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Posted : Feb 9, 2012 11:18
that deep dubstep still exists btw so no hard feelings...anyways all fashions pass...for some deep grooves and soundscapes check kryptic minds,ben verse,distance,icicle,mobthrow,nanobyte,djg,xi.

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Posted : Feb 11, 2012 20:20
I like the real (sorry had to say it ) dubstep. well not all of it, but the ones i like (kryptic minds, kode9) they just feel confortable...
IsraTrance Junior Member

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Posted : Feb 15, 2012 00:12
This article should be required reading for a lot of people these days who think they like dubstep.

When he talks about the drop in Goat Stare, that is a fucking MASSIVE tune if it's played on a big system. The sparse shuffling drums make the single sub bassline hit so hard when it comes - but ONLY on a big system, and NOT when there is a ton of midrange to drown it out.
          Dance, even if you have nowhere to do it but your living room. ~Kurt Vonnegut

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Posted : Feb 26, 2012 08:01
I think the only thing that dubstep purists care about is trying to kill brostep rather enjoy dubstep they like, that is, "standard" dubstep.

Dubstep is not dead, and, like any music genre, it has its sub-genres. 
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