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yes, this thread is going to annoy the hell out of a lot of you elitist freaks, so here it goes!

 

 

industrial music....

 

dub music........

 

Basslines that make the weak-willed faint........

 

innovated by the drummer from Napalm Death........

 

the tracks 'Angels' by Vex'd and Toasty Boy....two amazing yet completely different tracks with the same name.........

 

Sin City being the most sampled film ever in one genre......

 

these are some of my favorite things about this music.....

 

and listening to it really loud!

 

Don't be a hater, smoke a reefer and jam out with me......

 

Man.......

 

Guy.......

 

 

listen to Rob 7 by Darqwan, Gary's Gruesome Grime Mix by µZiq, and Desperate Measures by Search and Destroy, and if you still don't dig it, and can't see that it has almost as much variety as 'electronic music', then be a hater.........

 

but I'll be goddamned if I don't love me some fuckin' bassed out dubstep!

 

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Akkad

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Guest analogue wings

I like dubstep.

 

It's not as good as electronic music was 10 years ago, but that was 10 years ago. Time to move on.

 

If dubstep was a giant robot and breakcore was a big giant robot and they fought eachother, it would be so awesome

 

The dubstep robot would just tease the breakcore robot about its fringe and acne. Which would then throw a tantrum and run home crying to its mummy.

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Guest mooncup

i like various production. apparentely they';re a bit dubstep. dint enjoy the burial album that everyone loved last year. i gave it enough chances.

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Guest Weakling
and if you still don't dig it, and can't see that it has almost as much variety as 'electronic music', then be a hater.........

As much variety? I gotta listen to some more dubstep then, cause all I hear is dark bass heavy soundscapes with someone mumbling over it in a low voice with a heavy accent. Then again, I only listened to the Burial and Kode9 + Spaceape releases up until now, so not enough to form a definitive opinion about dubstep ... if an opinion can be definitive at all that is ...

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Napalm Death Drummer Mick Harris' music under the name Scorn is the beginning of dubstep....

 

I look at this music as a combining of dub and industrial music, with a bit of hip hop...

 

with distorted and filtered basslines....

 

and then grime is just a bit cheesier with Brit MC's smeared all over it....

 

Virus Syndicate being as good as grime gets.....

 

and yes there is much difference between Burial, Kode 9 and Spaceape, and all of the other great producers around right now.....

 

some very poor ones as with all music.......

 

Mr Slash, Virgo, and Davinche come to mind when I am speaking of shitty producers..........

 

my friend Idi Amin/Kicst8dt got me into Scorn years ago, and I am just now appreciating it in all it's gloriousness.....

 

 

 

Akkad

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Guest analogue wings
Mr Slash, Virgo, and Davinche come to mind when I am speaking of shitty producers..........

 

Davinche? Fuck off. He rocks the dope uptempo stuff that stops Dubstep degenerating into a stoner student thing.

 

http://www.myspace.com/davinche1

 

Also,

Doctor - Play Around. Fuck yes.

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