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Strongside 01-16-2013 10:05 AM

Dubstep
 
Any dubstep fans in this forum? I know someone is going to bash Dubstep. I'm used to it, so it doesn't bother me.

blarg_ 01-16-2013 02:26 PM

Re: Dubstep
 
I don't get the Dubstep bashing. I think the genre has hit mediocre levels as soon as it hit the mainstream, but there's still some artists pumping out some good stuff. Dubstep always worked better when the Wobble bass was kept to a minimal and proper song structure was emphasized, and the genre really hit a creative peak in the early 00's when the Ninja Tune label was pumping out quality stuff left and right.

Eskmo, Tipper, Two Fingers, Broken Note, Box Cutter, Burial, Emika, Kryptic Minds, King Cannibal and Africa Hitech, all good stuff, and all of these have toyed around with Dubstep and made it something special.

theDJK 01-16-2013 03:46 PM

Re: Dubstep
 
TBH I cant stand Dubstep. I've been DJing for the last 7 years, and my time spent over in England (years ago, before Dubsteap was big in the States) it was feeling it. The Radio One Dubstep Wars were amazing. I was happy to be apart of that. The garbage that's being passed as Dubstep in the States now-a-days is just horrible.

It's taking the whole purpose of making music and shitting on it. Let's invert the sound and disorient it as much as possible, then make it really loud. Boys and girl, that's Dubstep in a nutshell. It's not difficult to do, hence why the Previous front my for From First to Last is doing it now.

Gandhi 01-16-2013 03:47 PM

Re: Dubstep
 
Not a fan.

i$e 01-16-2013 03:50 PM

Re: Dubstep
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by blarg_ (Post 12715337)
I don't get the Dubstep bashing. I think the genre has hit mediocre levels as soon as it hit the mainstream, but there's still some artists pumping out some good stuff. Dubstep always worked better when the Wobble bass was kept to a minimal and proper song structure was emphasized, and the genre really hit a creative peak in the early 00's when the Ninja Tune label was pumping out quality stuff left and right.

Eskmo, Tipper, Two Fingers, Broken Note, Box Cutter, Burial, Emika, Kryptic Minds, King Cannibal and Africa Hitech, all good stuff, and all of these have toyed around with Dubstep and made it something special.

This.

Rush 01-18-2013 06:35 AM

Re: Dubstep
 
Like a lot of genres, there are dubstep artists that i like, some that i dislike.

BULLY 01-18-2013 06:45 AM

Re: Dubstep
 
I wub wub wub it.

Snowman 01-18-2013 06:47 AM

Re: Dubstep
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Rush (Post 12780793)
Like a lot of genres, there are dubstep artists that i like, some that i dislike.

This. If you persevere with any genre you will eventually find something you like.

99FELONIEZ 01-24-2013 02:41 PM

Re: Dubstep
 
Dubstep, Drumstep, Drum N Bass, Glitch Hop, Moombahton. Love it all :D

The Manowarrior 01-25-2013 09:19 AM

Re: Dubstep
 
I'm not a fan of dubstep. I don't understand it. I guess it's just not for me.


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