Netsky - 911

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by Smickus, May 29, 2012.

  1. Smickus

    Smickus Active Member

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    not so bad... but not so good either... so so.
     
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  2. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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  3. wingz

    wingz everyones fav austrian

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  5. jono.p

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    Haha.. "Netsky is of course the artist who made a fortune writing music about world tragedies and here he is again to capitalise on people's emotions. Lets listen in."
     
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  6. Patrick93

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    Absolute shit.
     
  7. Altodnb.

    Altodnb. AltoDnB

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    Yea nah, not a fan of this one at all. But still cant get over his production quality
     
  8. flobbydobby

    flobbydobby bangin garden of dobbylon

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    argh it's go that synth. the one that sounds like it was produced in germany in 1984 but is still apparently the future sound of dnb in 2012
     
  9. IV4

    IV4 Currently a newt.

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    Ok so I may or may not get crucified for this but I don't get netsky at all. It seems he is the next big thing, but I am not a fan. His songs are excelent(I wish I could produce that well) but I just don't understand why everybody likes him so much. Any incite on this would be greatly received.
     
  10. dirty breaks

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    because his songs are pretty and he dances all the time with a smile
     
  11. DamnR!ot

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    netsky does it like camo & krooked - they get very cheesy for mainstream - i think its ok cause more poeple will recognize drumNbass ;)

    :mkay:
     
  12. flobbydobby

    flobbydobby bangin garden of dobbylon

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    this seems to be a popular viewpoint amongst certain dnb heads, that just because something is in the genre of dnb then it must somehow have a positive effect if it's getting plenty of media exposure. the flipside of this argument is that it's precisely the kind of crud that gives dnb a bad name, and taints the genre. I luv drum n base, Netsky is the bestest yo!!! it's the same reason I don't call myself a hip hop fan anymore, because people assume you mean hideous cockwank like kanye west and p diddy
     
  13. neddez

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    you make a fair point, but in regards to drum and bass, I think it's caused the scene to splinter into two, aka cheese vs. 'real' dnb. IMO this sort of divide is getting bigger with time, and the whole trancier synthier side of DnB is developing its own following completely devoid of, for lack of a better word - 'original' DnB.

    So whereas before there was this big blur of music, I think the two factions are becoming more independent of eachother. In a good way.

    ...and theres also the possibility that with time, all these Belgian teenyboppers will get curious and start exploring some of the more sophisticated DnB flavours ;)
     
  14. dirty breaks

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    needs moar cowbell
     
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    add some in then you toerag
     
  16. flobbydobby

    flobbydobby bangin garden of dobbylon

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    S'pose so... then they can look back and cringe lol. I see your other point about the divide etc as well. still all comes under the banner of drum n bass though. This stuff should be relabelled soming like synth'n'cock
     
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    oh look its this joke again
     
  18. Dilla

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    Omg ur all soooo wrong! I got into netsky & Dj fresh when I took an ecstasy tablet in uni & thought I was bare urban n that
     
  19. dirty breaks

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    shut up you ginger jew
     
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    LIke it more than his recent drumstep tune, forgot how it's called. Seems a bit camo & krooked stlyle for me this one. It's not a top tune, but it isn't that bad either.