Heavy Dnb/Borderline Speedcore?

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  1. digitalsurgery

    digitalsurgery Member

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    Does anybody know where to send me for this style?
     
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    Speedcore is very fast, distorted style. Rather repeditive at times but also very cool! Gabber/Fast Techno style, I guess.
     
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    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Almost gabba - connected with ragga themes, often political, often on 7", produced by angry Germans and Dutch people.

    Not something that I'd call dnb (too fast and the bassline is screwed) but some people who find dnb too slow (!!!) like it.

    There are some very tasty tunes though...
     
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    I wish I knew more but there's only one guy I know of who's up to the challenge:

    Rotator - Dissident sound maniak part 1.0 - DAMAGE (PEACE OFF) poff ltd 06

    http://www.outerbound.co.uk/customer/product.php?productid=295&cat=21&page=1

    Check it out

    I dropped "Big Booty" at the end of my set last weekend. :D It's not big or clever but at least I found it funny. Seriously I think ROTATOR is the shit as far as speedcore/D&B crossover stuff (or breakcore if you like) is concerned.

    Saw him play live at Toxic Dancehall in Bristol and he was incredible.