What do you listen to apart from drum and bass?

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  1. ThomW

    ThomW Southsea In Full Effect

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    House music, dub, breaks, ska, hip hop, garage, funk, (actual) electro, old skool, disco, soul, shoegaze, motown, dubstep, grime, punk, reggae and good old rock n roll for me.
     
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    blues
    reggae
    funk
    australian hip hop
    and a dash of electro

    (y)
     
  3. sdm

    sdm This is Dog Fort

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    Anything really. I generally listen to Radio 1 all day at work, if I get bored I usually put on a mix that I've found during the day, be it Dubstep, Grime, or D&B.

    I also like Hip-hop, Metal / Rock (cheesey emo type stuff haha), Electro, and Breaks to name a few!
     
  4. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    black metal, minimal techno, dubstep, sleeze rock, progressive ballbag skiffle
     
  5. Dustek

    Dustek Finished the PhD

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    Anything good, mostly 90's hiphop.
     
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    number1 www.db9radio.com

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    Dubstep, grime and a bit of hip hop
     
  7. Mr G

    Mr G Old Cunt From 19 Longtime

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    Old skool uk garage,grime/dubstep,old and new hip hop(uk and usa),funky/electro house.
     
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    Fes Rock Nothing..........

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    I even dip into late nineties early 2000.
     
  9. Radius

    Radius Give me back my passport u slags

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    My poops hitting toilet water...got a good beat :applause:
     
  10. MARLZTAH

    MARLZTAH ++DuB PrOFesSoR++

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    lol na everything.....

    dub
    reggae
    classic/northern soul
    funk
    hip hop (non commersh of course)
    old skool hardcore
    ska (60's)
    ska revival
    classical
    blues
    indie/rock/band music (whatever ya call it)
    classical arabian
    loads more as well, cant think of em now

    pretty much anything when im in the mood, i also hate most of them when im in different moods :crazy:
     
  11. Noxxus

    Noxxus Master baiter

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    Soul, Jazz, Blues/rock all the way through the rock spectrum to extreme heavy metal (but bypassing the emo crap), deep house and a large proportion of dance/techno genres and subgenres including oldskool. very very choosy about hip hop because I just dont approve of the ghetto gansta badman image that is just quite frankly, overexaggerated bullshit. I guess d'n'b isn't exactly immune from that, its just more avoidable.

    I also like classical. :violin:
     
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    Roswell Keep Vinyl Alive

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    I'm into house more than anything, mix it everyday! Always been into drum & bass almost as much but house just has that edge for me.
     
  14. sadie07

    sadie07 SADIE-JUNGALISTTT QUEENN!

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    hmm wer do i start..

    DUB
    liqiud dnb
    trance
    happy hardcore
    hard dance
    funky house
    electro
    club
    garage
    speed garge
    4x4
    reggae
    hip hop
    rnb
    soulfull house
    indie
    [some]grime
    old skul
     
  15. onemike

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    I'm also really in to the 90's hip hop, I love to collect get classic hip hop/r&b lp's. besides that I listen to jazz, soul and garage..But most of the time it's DnB!!
     
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    Dub Step,
    Grime,
    Garage,
    Hip Hop/Rap - (Wu Tang, KRS-ONE, Freemurda, Big Daddy Kain, JEDI MIND TICKS........ if ya into hip hop ya gotta listen to jedi mind tricks)
    Hardcore,
    Freeform,
    Gabba,
    Reggae
     
  17. SIRUS

    SIRUS 変なひと

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    anything from Autechre to Zeppelin.


    mainly Hip-Hop (not Hip-Pop), Glitch/Broken Beats, Electro, Ambient...

    but things like Jazz, Funk, Rock, Indie and Soul all have a place in my musical palate.


    in fact it's probably easier to say i only hate music that is souless/ aimed at teeny boppers / written for money rather than love.
     
  18. logikz

    logikz I Am Not The King Staff Member

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    word up sirus, my sentiments exactly.
     
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    I absolutly love Old Skool bassline dnt get me wrong I like modern basslines to. I also listen to old skool rock on occassions as well.
     
  20. darkside

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    Mainly downtempo stuff like Massive Attack, Thievery Corporation etc. plus a bit of reggae, house, hip hop & breaks every now and then