Those stupid drumsteps...

Discussion in 'Drum & Bass' started by prettyherb, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. prettyherb

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    Is it only in belgium, or is it also in the other countries such a hype that dj's are dropping their 'heavy' drumstep hits now?? I just want to fucking skank and not move in slow motion on a 2-times slower rythm!
     
  2. Original Nuttah

    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    There both the same tempo. Just keep dancing at the same speed.

    Kthanksbye. :wave:
     
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    Could do that.. Just don't like the hype around it
     
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    astroman I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    dont hate on the drumstep its POPular!
     
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    halftime tunes are ok, "drumstep" as in jump up tunes with a snare missing not so much.
     
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    i like music with a bing and a woozoop whip snap and applause thats my favourite every time twice as heavy half as fast my mate says he likes drumstep coz it jus makes it easy for him to mix between dnb and dubstep smoothly so i think in that reason it is pretty necessary for todays whore of a DJ who needs to suck everyone in the 13 year old crowd off at the same time.
     
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    i judges tunes by how they sound to me.
    not which "sub genre" they get labeled as!
     
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    Sounds like an amazing idea. I might give that a try
     
  9. Subjekt Music

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    And most drumstep tunes sound terrible
     
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  11. Subjekt Music

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    That Hold On remix is the only one i think i like in that sub genre, and that took awhile to grow on me
     
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    what about apex just one second vip remix? first drop is "drumstep"
     
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    As is the Blokhe4d tune on Hospitality 2011.. Both wicked tunes
     
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    And Mostly drumstep tunes sound terrible :p imo
     
  15. Floating Hunter

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    this is drumstep and is a fookin killer

     
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    Are people classing Drumstep as a sub genre now?
     
  18. rinsemaster

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    As I see it, it is half time clownstep.

    Btw, I'm not a jump up hater, but the majority of it is awful, drumstep follows that pattern.. and has created an entirely unnecessary sub genre.
     
  19. luciduk

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    as far as i know subgenres arise due to our nature in describing music. So yes, the teenagers have come up with a new subgenre to make themselves sound cool, or whatever we are suggesting we are too cool for regarding subgenres.
     
  20. streetr4t

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    big ups lucid its streetr4t U.S. :rambo:

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    kids dun kno wazzap
    leave it too the pros
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