who is also lovin dubstep at the moment? :-)

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  1. duckyfuzz

    duckyfuzz New Member

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    im kinda hooked on it,
    but how long will it be before someone ruins it?
     
  2. higgy

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    soz mate but it dont beat dnb havent realy taken to dubstep im a dnb man through and through
     
  3. Psyrus

    Psyrus Give it some bastard

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    same ere man, i cant see the appeal, just sounds to me like someone was really fucked and realised the wonders of amp and filter envelopes and everyones goin tits for all the funny noises. woooo00000 wap wap wap wap wooo000000000 d d d d d, yeah, sick.
     
  4. duckyfuzz

    duckyfuzz New Member

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    haha yer i no wat u sayin ive loved dnb for at least 5 6 years(only a baby) but still i kinda lik the sound it brings!
    but hey all music is good music wel not all but u no wat u i sayin :)
     
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    dubstep is heavy.

    what you mean by ruin it?
     
  7. sam the dnb man

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    to be honest i think dubstep has been kindof poisoned.
    the mainstream dub artists like rusko...
    are taking too much influence from the bassline scene.

    some of it just sounds like ringtones.

    although rusko has produce some quality tunes
     
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    lol, im a firm believer in all things new, its not to my taste fully, but i have had a few sessions on it and it can only grow on me,
    but what will ruin it is like everything else, if it takes off massively, the mainstream boys will do what they did with D+B and it will just get plain overplayed, what will bury it is if idiots like skibba fearless and fats get involved and shout over the top of it, like they have ruined drum and bass for me, im an original day one man, everything was fine until they tried to make it there own, i had to walk away from mainstream stuff as it does my nut in, now im a renegade hardware man through and through, ill never goto another slamming shitty vinyl, or anywhere now, its just not the same.
    any set with skibba, fats or fearless on gets turned off and smashed or deleted asap.

    big up the dubstep, and mainstream-leave it alone, it aint broke so dont try and fix it
     
  10. downtown139

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    dubstep fuckin sick but like garage grime n bassline the quality of tunes are a lot more inconsistent...at same time it pisses me off cos bare of my long standin dnb head mates seem to be convertin to it over dnb
     
  11. MARKLAR

    MARKLAR International Tracksuit Salesman

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    love dubstep
     
  12. ScottyEightSix

    ScottyEightSix HUGE EARS > COMEDY CHIN

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    ac I've been naughty, I'm banned

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    Loving Rusko and Bar9 stuff at the moment.
     
  14. Original Nuttah

    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    isnt this posted in the wrong area..

    but yh dubsteps great imo
     
  15. safety

    safety double safety

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    someones already ruined it. they're called chase and status. but if you really want someone to blame, the mary anne hobbs needs sending to the gallows
     
  16. sam the dnb man

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    take zane lowe to the gallows while your at it
     
  17. radar

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    dub step thats shockin and not in a nice way
     
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    dub step thats shockin and not in a nice way
     
  19. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    All you guys make me laugh. Dubstep is not 'new' in anyway whatsoever. Its just made it mainstream, its been around for ages. And to the guy saying its sounding like bassline, thats because it developed out of the garage and grime scenes man lol. Im in to all things dubstep, especially the slooooow half step stuff. I dont prefer dnb or dubstep to be honest though-- i love both styles and think both scenes could learn a lot from each other.
     
  20. Barnzee

    Barnzee OmniaInNumerisSitaSunt

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    haha yeh i remember the dubstep warz show a couple years ago. Probably the first time i ever heard dubstep on the radio. She started the mainstream exposure of dubstep. I guess both a good and a bad thing depending on how you look at it.