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    Mainstream stuff is ****, take mt eden for example.

    The proper underground stuff is jizztastic
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    I don't mind it.
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    I'm quite interested in it... and in DnB in general, but I have absolutely zero knowledge about it at all. :/

    Anyone want to show me some good examples of dubstep? :-D
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    It's alright when it's not someone ******* up a top 40 tune.

    The stuff on the FabricLive Mix Series were good.

    Remixing Raindrops from Basement Jaxx, is not.

    And fabriclive.37 is still the best dubstep album evah.

    Good:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabric_...ricLive_series

    (Well the dub ones)

    That said, I downloaded Benga's 'Diary of an Afro warrior' recently. Wasn't impressed. I prefer it dirtier.
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    (Original post by /dev/null)
    I'm quite interested in it... and in DnB in general, but I have absolutely zero knowledge about it at all. :/

    Anyone want to show me some good examples of dubstep? :-D
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mY4OaW5kiFY
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FsNYcEsGpGo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUtNXUWpZd8

    cba with any more
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    I think what these people are looking for really is chiptunes. chiptunes > all. Infact mainstream artists keep sampling chiptunes and not crediting them... see this:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4KX7SkDe4Q
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    It's alright when it's not someone ******* up a top 40 tune.

    The stuff on the FabricLive Mix Series were good.

    Remixing Raindrops from Basement Jaxx, is not.

    And fabriclive.37 is still the best dubstep album evah.

    Good:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fabric_...ricLive_series

    (Well the dub ones)

    That said, I downloaded Benga's 'Diary of an Afro warrior' recently. Wasn't impressed. I prefer it dirtier.
    I'm the other way around - I prefer listening to imaginative and inventive tunes
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    (Original post by /dev/null)
    I'm quite interested in it... and in DnB in general, but I have absolutely zero knowledge about it at all. :/

    Anyone want to show me some good examples of dubstep? :-D
    Skream -

    0800 Dub
    Tek-A-Pill
    Guru

    Youtube them
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    (Original post by Bubbles*de*Milo)
    Skream -

    0800 Dub
    Tek-A-Pill
    Guru

    Youtube them
    Thanks
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    I've heard the best Dubstep tune ever is Pendulum - Pendulum (Pendulum remix)
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    not really a fan of dubstep but i say some are really great...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nymjf...eature=related
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    (Original post by Awesome-o)
    Seems to be what all the middle class teenagers are into these days.

    Ooh, let's take a song, cut it half-time and add a low, warbling bass.
    nah mate, middle class teenagers are into black metal too!
    That's where all the best bm comes from
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    (Original post by Tut.exe)
    not really a fan of dubstep but i say some are really great...
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nymjf...eature=related
    Lol, you serious?
    mt eden is disgraceful
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    I really like dubstep!
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    its funny in that all those who claim to love dubstep, hate its roots, mainly the whole wow its cool to listen to dubstep now so i will do it as well

    its roots from the UK garage stuff, which is still about as good as ever, just you don't have the endless rubbish that comes with being mainstream

    there is good dubstep out there, you have to go through all the rubbish to get to it, look at any genre of music and you can call it ****, indie, rock, pop etc etc
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    (Original post by Ben77mc)
    Lol, you serious?
    mt eden is disgraceful
    o.O its a great chillout music for me
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    I can't tell the difference between most genres nowadays. If Jakwob is considered dubstep, I likey.
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    (Original post by robinson999)
    its funny in that all those who claim to love dubstep, hate its roots, mainly the whole wow its cool to listen to dubstep now so i will do it as well

    its roots from the UK garage stuff, which is still about as good as ever, just you don't have the endless rubbish that comes with being mainstream

    there is good dubstep out there, you have to go through all the rubbish to get to it, look at any genre of music and you can call it ****, indie, rock, pop etc etc
    This, exactly.

    I still prefer the old 2-step orientated stuff.
    The dubby dubstep is even nicer tbh
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    Honestly, I find it appalling. Rock and Alternative music is much better.
 
 
 
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