Who actually likes Dubstep

Do u like Dubstep?

  • Yes

    Votes: 83 79.8%
  • NO!! it Whack!!

    Votes: 21 20.2%

  • Total voters
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djflicky

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Dubstep seems to be getting bigger by the day! and with a few of the D&B heads trying there hand at it what are your thoughts in general??

Im really feeling it!! loving the fucky techy stuff ie Skream, Benga, Babylon system, Joker MASSIVE!!
 

RUSSLA

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Kinda need a " Sort of..?" in that poll cos i really dig some of it but some of that shite that gets released is just beyond me!
 

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I think it's OK, some of my mates are sucking on it so hard atm and it's getting annoying, I'd choose a dnb night over a dubstep night any day but it has it's place
 

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The two can work hand in hand though. Think its a really nice touch having dubstep to warm up a party before the DNB. Makes you appreciate the drums more when it all kicks off. Not a fan of a Dubstep only night, doesn't really appeal to.
 

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The two can work hand in hand though. Think its a really nice touch having dubstep to warm up a party before the DNB. Makes you appreciate the drums more when it all kicks off. Not a fan of a Dubstep only night, doesn't really appeal to.
x2. and it can work as a room 2 or 3 alternative to the dnb
 

DJ Wizz

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haha, yer i like it. it makes a nice change to dnb, esspecially if ur at a big rave its nice to n see wots gwaning in the dubstep room. but i agree that i prefer a dnb night to a dubstep night any day of the week. i think it makes a nice side dish to the main course of dnb.

but the prob i think with dub is, thats theres soooooooo much shit that my taste in dub means i have to filter thru alot of crap to find the tunes i like. IMO the main reason for this is cos its only a baby on the scene wheras dnb is just hitting its rebelious teens and is more refined and varied as a genre.

so to sum up i like it alot but its not as matured as dnb.

(sorry for all the metaphors)
 

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doesn't even compare to dnb...you need a 'i dont mind it' option..i don't mid it when chase and status drop the pace with a couple of tunes at a rave but i could never rave to it for a whole night!!

DnB all the way bruv...
 

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Lets face it.... its one of. If not the biggest music movement the worlds seen in recent times. Only a couple of year ago dub-step was almost non-existant. Now its played in clubs all over the country.

I remember the days when you could go to a dnb rave and Room 2 would be all Hip-Hop.... now.... 9 of 10 times its dub-step.

Even if people dont like it, you have to respect what its achieved in such a short period of time....


Where is it home by the way??

i mean. Drum'n'Bass was concieved in London. To this day London remains the home of Drum'n'Bass. But where is the home of Dub-Step?? is it London aswell??
 

Riisu

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The two can work hand in hand though. Think its a really nice touch having dubstep to warm up a party before the DNB. Makes you appreciate the drums more when it all kicks off. Not a fan of a Dubstep only night, doesn't really appeal to.
clockwork all up in this bizatchaaaa :D
 

Riisu

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Lets face it.... its one of. If not the biggest music movement the worlds seen in recent times. Only a couple of year ago dub-step was almost non-existant. Now its played in clubs all over the country.

I remember the days when you could go to a dnb rave and Room 2 would be all Hip-Hop.... now.... 9 of 10 times its dub-step.

Even if people dont like it, you have to respect what its achieved in such a short period of time....


Where is it home by the way??

i mean. Drum'n'Bass was concieved in London. To this day London remains the home of Drum'n'Bass. But where is the home of Dub-Step?? is it London aswell??
croydon i'm led to believe.
 

gcurt1s

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The two can work hand in hand though. Think its a really nice touch having dubstep to warm up a party before the DNB. Makes you appreciate the drums more when it all kicks off. Not a fan of a Dubstep only night, doesn't really appeal to.
this. would get bored pretty quickly of an all dubstep night
 
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