Chill Winston .... post em uuuuuuuuup ...

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  1. EWOKS

    EWOKS POTATOES GONNA POTATE

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    so , props to Rich for the heads up on Burial ... never heard of him before... amazing tunes..

    spending the day 2day out my face noddin to to his tracks .. appy days ..


    such an original producer... anyone else got any decnt artists to let me know about ...

    chilled dance music, dubstep , dnb , jazz .. anything ...



     
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  2. Thin and crispy

    Thin and crispy Active Member

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    Check out Phaeleh (pronounced fella), wicked wicked dubstep!

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  3. EWOKS

    EWOKS POTATOES GONNA POTATE

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    see i always thought dubstep was shit wobbles ...

    has this kind of dubstep got a genre ... so i can find it easily ...

    chilled dubsteps the shit for me... cant stand the wobblezzzzzziz
     
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    No idea man, i got this guys mix CD free when i bought All Thieves - stars (zero T) from chemical records :) first time i've ever heared him, like u said theres burial, breakage a few others, no idea if theres a sub genre for it tho...

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    Theres also this little goldmine of chilled beats - im sure u can find the album somewhere so u can try before you buy :)
     
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  5. Olllie

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    Guy I know in Southampton makes this kind of dubstep...


     
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    ali^ Bigtingsagwarn

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  7. Alexi

    Alexi Drench Audio

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    went to school with Asa, he's gotta similar sound to Burial

    also for dubstep without wobbles, checkout Boxcutter, Headhunter & Martyn





     
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  8. Original Nuttah

    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    I think jazzy and deep drum and bass is really starting to come through lately. not talking about recent high contrast or brookes brothers.. deeper than that dancefloor-ish stuff lol.

    only problem is a lot of drum and bass heads don't know about these artists. some of em only get digital releases most of the time because vinyl is too risky because of labels not getting the cash back / making a profit from sales.

    gonna make a list of some of these artists im really feeling in the scene at the moment.. iv'e probably forgot to include quite a few but trying to think on the top of my head so can't rememeber them all:


    Dave Owen
    Flaco
    ATP
    Paul Saint Jack
    Clart
    Paul SG
    Will Miles
    Vibes
    Beat 70
    Pouyah
    Andy Sim
    command strange
    Brother
    Dramatic and dbaudio
    muwookie
    Soultec
    Joe Easy Nuttah
    Euphorics


    And Yeah.. some more obvious ones like Random movement, Lenzman, mutt also make big tunes. but you all know them and they are able to get vinyl releases cus of that.


    If you like your chill / jazzy drum and bass then if you haven't heard of these artists check them out now lol. youtube /myspace / soundcloud.

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    Seriously cannot beleive you had never heard of burial!

    The guy was all I banged on about for at least 2 years on here lol

    I even did an all burial mix and put it in the uk underground section.


    Man is GENIUS.

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    Burial and synkro are more future garage than dubstep mate.

    Im well on it at the moment.

    Heres a few synkro tunes.









    and 1 more from ruckspin >>

    more dubsteppish but a beautiful tune none the less.


     
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    Love this


     
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    Cat Gas Aka Basis

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    You said jazz- here is some jazz.




     
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  13. EWOKS

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    cheers BDS ... ill check all these vids out , and try get some Future Garage sets etc .. nice to ave playin round the gaff .. i listen to music i'd say 95% of my conscious life .. so this is the kind of shit ill listen to late at night, or just round the house like now .. hiphop bores me sometimes coz i feel I HAVE to take in the lyrics, and sometimes you just cant be fucked to concerntrate ...

    props for these tho mang ... well in .
     
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    Can someone please explain to me the hype behind Burial...

    I have a copy of Untrue and I just don't get why everyone rates him soooo much... I mean, I appreciate that he has a unique sound and fair play to him for his production technique, but I find it hard to differentiate one track from another, he just seems to play on the same formula and I just find it really samey after a while.
    As well as that, his production is pretty rough sounding, which I'm sure is the intended sound, but at some points, it just sounds amateur...

    Maybe it's just a case of personal taste, and I don't think it's a bad album, it's certainly good for when you want something chilled to nod off to, but I just don't understand why everyone thinks he's the next musical messiah...

    Anyway, back to the topic at hand... Have you checked out any Eskmo? He used to make breaks, but now he makes some seriously psychedelic dubstep;


    Eskmo and Amon Tobin....
     
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  16. PhorceOfHabit

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    For that Phaeleh stuff, you can download the whole mixtape Thin and Crispy was chattin about on the Afterglo soundcloud in 320. Well worth it! I'm never normally into dubstep but like you I've started getting into just the reeally chilled side of it recently. Can only really listen to it when I'm tired though or I just find it too slow and get agitated haha.
     
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    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    The king of understated emotion.
     
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    It just has soul mate, It is everything this polished crap you hear everywhere these days isnt.

    It doensnt sound amateurish at all imo it was all made "as is" deliberately. it sounds refreshing, wish he'd get on and make a new album
     
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    Four tet is awsome, waaaaay too many tracks from that guy, legend

    Thing is, it shook the whole dance music scene up, the whole eeriness of it all, the slightly out of beat patterns and the vocals too which are soo epic, i love the fact its not polished infact thats why its awesome, he has the brash to do what he does, and yet kept his dignity many artists repeat sounds/styles and whore themselves to being a lucrative artist, but in this case he simply let the music to the talking.

    Obviously its not gonna tickle everyones pickle, but when you know its been made with soul it sounds alot better, hence why this guy is awesome
     
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