Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Elias, Sep 1, 2011.
as of late i'm really getting into dubby dnb like:
any suggestions for similar tunes? educate me
This sort of stuff?:
liking turn down the lights and obviously clarendon, goes without saying really
love this tune aswell
Love this style!
Cant listen to those tracks right now cuz i got no speakers but my mix in my sig is full of dubby, reggae, foresty goodness!
gonna give it a blast now!
hadnt heard that system and S.I.N. tune before, love this deep dubby stuff!
got a soft spot for clockwork aswell
just listened to your mix Sicx, really deep and tribal vibe going on, love it!
tune @ 16:40 is big and the last one is war
Big ups man! glad you like it
Glad there's others on this dubby vibe. Not sure about turn down the lights but the new stuff comming from the likes of The Untouchables, Flatliners, Theory, Morphy all really tasty. 170bpm dub is where its at.
Sicx mix above is a prime example!
A new big release for the dubby dnb genre.. forthcoming on Renegade:
This sounds really starting to grow.. sick that hardware have picked up on it! Hoping the sound will be hitting London venues soon!
All about the other side..
Don't know why there's metalheadz artwork on the video though. Its an exit release same as Weatherman
This tune from the new Dub Phizix EP kills it! Need more tunes like this and Marka.
or like this
Nah. That's terrible.
The guys mentioned here are doing the stuff I want, but my knowledge is pretty much limited to those. Genotype's album is full of dubby goodness, but I don't know who else to look for. Any names?
*Fade, did a tune on one of voodoo's percussion concussion eps..
(All of the percussion concussion eps are worth grabbing)
*Mental Forces, have produced some sick dub vibes...
*J Robinson, started up a new label called Tribe 12.. should all be up ur street..
Thanks for the reply dude, unfortunately I pretty much already knew about all those! Got the Percussion Concussion Eps (first one was how I got into this stuff), and a few other EPs I've found as well from Morphy and a few others. Few odds and ends from other people as well, but not huge amounts. Shame, as I'm absolutely loving it. I didn't realise J Robinson had a label though so that's something to keep an eye on.
On a kinda unrelated note, does this stuff come under the genre of dub, or is it just dubby dnb?
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