dubstep

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by the_voice, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. the_voice

    the_voice Active Member

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    there must be pepole that dont like this music
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    :confused: am i the only one that thinks dubstep has fuck all the do with drum and bass why so much hype about it with todays so call dnb heads

    now i am not haveing a go here so dont think i am tbh i dont give a shit i just think its hyped up shite like how ukg/2step was with dnb bk in 1999 -2000 soon every one will be into some think else

    i just like to know what u think
     
  2. pistachio

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    dubsteps a pile of wank imo
     
  3. safety

    safety double safety

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    you are right. it has fuck all to do with drum and bass. the way grime has fuck all to do with hip hop. they are just musics with similar philosophies.

    but aren't you the guy who posted a massive list of your dubstep collection? so why the beef all of sudden? i don't understand you at all voice. the words aspergers and autism spring to mind*
     
  4. law_88

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    not too keen on the proper jump up wobble business, think its sick for bout half an hour then get bored of it. But the darker, atmospheric stuff by people like distance is the bollocks, can liksten to it all day.

    Anyway dubsteps a totaly diffrernt genre got nothin to do with drum n bass really
     
  5. pistachio

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    you getting me confused with someone else, i dont own any dubstep
     
  6. Gloxxy

    Gloxxy I SNORT COAL

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    A certain thread in a certain section of this forum says you're bullshitting!!!

    Dubstep is its own entity completely. I personally enjoy a bit of dubstep but only when its played through a phat sound system.
     
  7. the_voice

    the_voice Active Member

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    i post that shite for dj sc links are not mine
    i used only mf :)
     
  8. Synx

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    They're linked because I definitely think there's a similar vibe and general ethos. And I'm not really keen on the raspy wobble stuff, but I bum the shit out of the more atmospheric, interesting things. Loads of local Bristol producers making some absolutely BOOM tunes.
     
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    thedjnifty Well-Known Member

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    Dubstep is what grime had to do to survive
     
  10. mr A

    mr A Well-Known Member

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    I used to hate it with a passion but that was because i hadn't found the style of dubstep that i liked. When i heard the shit black sun empire did that got me interested, then i found babylon system, the bassist, Droid sector, spl (bad as fuck) and it clicked. Now i can't stop listening to it.
    And from the dnb angle even though top dnb producers are making dubstep it's still 2 completey different styles of music. you just haven't found the dubstep you like and if you don't, Un-fucking-lucky!!!!!!!
     
  11. safety

    safety double safety

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    in the same way blowing arab gangsters is what grooverider had to do surive
     
  12. Controller

    Controller (╯'□')╯︵ ┻━┻

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    Say neigh to ponytrot.
     
  13. jayded

    jayded jjjJayded

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    i like dubstep but not so much the wobble bass. folk like numbernin6 and jayou are good but they might only be on the dubstepforum and online dont know if they are big or not.
     
  14. Toejam

    Toejam OOOBEY DOOBEY

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    Music always looks forward, whilst your looking forward dont forget to look left and right and wave at your influences and never forget to look back and salute your predecessor's
     
  15. the_voice

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    technic1210 ''VINYL VINYL VINYL''

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    It aint my cuppa tea put it that way,ive heard enough to say i have given it a chance,i just dont like the slowness,there are some catchy basslines and that but i always feel like if it was on a dnb beat it would be good but i just cant get into it and aggree it has frick all to do with dnb.
     
  17. Textbook

    Textbook BUTTER

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    dubstep sucks. why are you posting in the DRUM AND BASS general section? BE GONE!
     
  18. Merh-Key

    Merh-Key I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    I have to say there are a few good Dubstep tunes but i aint feelin it at the minute
     
  19. sammys

    sammys Shelter Birmingham

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    you cant really compare the two genre's
    i spose you get alot of dubstep at dnb nights tho cos they're both bass-driven music

    personally i like dubstep but not the caspa & rusko wobble shite
     
  20. slugoffice

    slugoffice ribs !

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    I dunnoo.... when I first heard dubstep I hated it, but I love it so much now, obviously prefer dnb that's why I'm here, but I love gettin down n dirty to dubstep