Whos the next best??

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  1. RocksteadyUK

    RocksteadyUK SkimoBeats

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    Who do you think is going to be the next big producer in dnb??

    my thought on big producers in the past are: Bad Company, Black Sun Empire (still big!), Concord Dawn, Twisted Individual (still big.. but used to be bigger a few yrs back), Resonnant Evil.......


    I think the new guy signed to BSE recordings called Telemetrik is gonna get pretty big!! got alot of talent that guy!.... and Skyver & D-Jon..... there latest track on Technique is proper quality!!
     
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    dj pleasure is big at the moment
     
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    Exactly what I was gonna say...
     
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    Presures stuff is pretty much the same - just changes it around abit.......always has the proper wobble shit going on...
     
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    Pleasure ain't no hazard thats for sure. His beats are very samey

    Culture Shock and Alix Perez are two very very talented up and coming producers imo
     
  6. Greg P

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    I'm thinking Icicle is gathering pace ATM, maybe could go big but I dunno, that kinda sound seems to get to a certain level and stay there... Look at Break, been around for time, great producer, well respected but not the massive massive popular appeal of say, Bad Company...

    Seems kinda obvious but I think Chase and Status are going to keep growing - did I hear that they had set up their own label the other day, if not, then I can't see it being long before they set up their own label/imprint...

    Other than the obvious (eg latest singings on Ram) I'm pretty stumped really...
     
  7. Riisu

    Riisu Not the Preacher Man

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    alix perez, spectrasoul, commix, break. all pretty big, but they're really nailing and cementing their sound now.
    some of spectrasouls new stuff is just out of this world. hopefully they'll hook up with perez and create some mad mad vibes.
    i'd love to see a commix and break co-lab as well, that'd be pretty amazing - breaks remix of talk to frank is just phat.

    it's all about that kinda wave or producers for me right now. more atmospherics, less in your face stylings. they'll be even bigger than they are now by the end of the year and hopefully be seen on a lot more line ups.
     
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    my favs atm are twisted individual, just as rocksteady said, theyre well on the run atm, and the ones like silver, serum and vital elements!!

    so, the grid-camp is big atm!!
     
  9. sam the dnb man

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    dj vapour has released some pretty good stuff
    limewax and counterstrike have too

    vickvegas stuff is heavy too:D lol
     
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    my opinion don't count for shit, but i think ewun 's style is solid, punchy and bassy. you can schlurp him when you're having a filthy mix and i always thought he would schlurp in to a jump up mix just as easily.

    i big this guy up nearly every day, but rarely feel the love. come on peeps show some love for ewun*
     
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    Commix, Alix Perez, Break, Original Sin
     
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    yeah ewun is heavy
    my favourite tune of his is the divide with evol intent
     
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    Ewun - Screw Up
    Nuff Said
     
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    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    TELEMTRIK.... simple

    reason being that he innovates and creates new music. A lot of these producers getting mentioned here arnet doing anything new.
     
  16. RocksteadyUK

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    EXACTLY!!! hes defo going to be the next one to look out for.... i bet BSE are happy they signed him first!
     
  17. vickvega

    vickvega Mr. Blonde

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    tons of talent all around so hard to pick out the best
    i do love some ewun
     
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    lokki JUNGLIST FROM DEYA

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    yeah Klute nearly got him for Commercial Suicide...


    I realy like what Amit is doing now.. hes kinda crossing dubstep with dnb..its really cool
     
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    Evil Empire So Cal Selecta

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    logistics new album is ace too, hes gathering momentum