DnB Tune of the day

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William Stutter

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I love Amit's 2-Step tunes!
This, 9 Times and Village Folk are all 🔥🔥🔥


i'm aware that "village folk" and "9 times" have the same drum beat, but what's the exact definition of 2-step in this case ? i've always classified them as rollers, but i can be a simple man. :D
at any rate, when listening to both albums, these are the ones bringing some fresh breath between all the halftime tunes.
 

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i'm aware that "village folk" and "9 times" have the same drum beat, but what's the exact definition of 2-step in this case ? i've always classified them as rollers, but i can be a simple man. :D
at any rate, when listening to both albums, these are the ones bringing some fresh breath between all the halftime tunes.
I'm talking of a 2-step beat/drumloop when I think of that typical d&b pattern. Kick on 1, snare on 2, kick on 3 1/2, snare on 4.
But I don't think that's an official term for that.
However, there's also a genre called 2 step (garage). It has that pattern but is, of course, way slower.
 

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But I don't think that's an official term for that.

well, wikipedia says: "auch das typische schlagzeugpattern im drum and bass wird als two step bezeichnet."


However, there's also a genre called 2 step (garage). It has that pattern but is, of course, way slower.

yep i know, but wasn't aware that the genre was named after its basic beat. what i like about 2-step garage is that the hi hats are very present. i just love linear hi hats. and in general, the swing is cool, but when it comes to all the rest (especially the vocals), it's just to housey for my liking. :confused: still i can see why it worked in clubs so well.


tune of the night 🔥


 

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well, wikipedia says: "auch das typische schlagzeugpattern im drum and bass wird als two step bezeichnet."
Ok, then it's "official" ;)
but when it comes to all the rest (especially the vocals), it's just to housey for my liking. :confused:
I do like a lot of house, but those cheesy r&b vocals are not my cup of tea either.
 
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