Dupstep music played at a Greek TV program

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  1. Mind Slicer

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    thats more like techno mate!
     
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    Did you fully listen to it? The music editor pauses it and after some seconds it turns out to be dubstep
     
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    The bit at the end? It's still not dubstep. Not a clue!
     
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    But it is Drum N Bass right?
     
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    no, try breaks
     
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    it's definitely dnb at the wnd, like pendulum or quemists or some some 200 jump up. I could reccomend you some similar stuff? Only problem is it won't have been advertised of Greek daytime t.v.
     
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    Thank you at least I got some little info you two :) Please recommend some similar sound artists. I know that this is not Flux Pavillion so you can count them out.

    What do you mean with this?
     
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