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PostPosted: Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:56 pm 
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Any Dubstep fans here? I would think that there might be, especially amongst those of you in the UK. I've recently been getting into Dubstep, and I am working on expanding my Dubstep collection, so I'm interested to hear your favourite tracks and artists.

I would say that my favourite artists are:

Burial, Chrispy, Skrillex, Dubba Jonny, and Bar9.


Some of my favourite tracks are:

Split The Atom (Bar9 Remix: Noisia)
The Wrestler (Helicopter Showdown)
Strung Out (Bar9)
Home VIP (Dubba Jonny)
Team Killer ft. Krypton (Chrispy)
Predator (Chrispy)
Sirius (Mimosa)
Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites (Noisa Remix: Skrillex)
In For the Kill (Skrillex Remix)
Etched Headplate (Burial)
Near Dark (Burial)


I've been listening to a lot of Dubstep podcasts in order to find new tracks and artists, but sometimes it's hard to tell exactly where in a mix you are, so the track listing doesn't help me.

If you've got some suggestions for me, I love to hear them!


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:shock: I LOVE FILTHY DUBSTEP! It's not as popular in the United States but hey, that's what the internet is for. Besides the artists you have listed I'd like to include Zed's Dead, Tek-One, and Flux Pavillion.

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Yes dubstep is great music! Especially the classic dubstep sound.

Since I am from Denmark, I have to say
2000f, and his OHOI! crew

Bar9 is nice!

Listen to these as well:

Suhk Knight
Kromestar
Rusko (ofcourse)

If you are into the filthy stuff, here are a few pieces I like alot!

Skism - The Blank (16 Bit Remix)
Twisted - Dirt Cluster
Propa Tingz - Babylon's Scared (16Bit Remix)
Datsik - Jenova Project

heavier and heavier

Statix - Purgatory (at 1:50)

Then some canadians took it to some ravy place...

DZ - Down
Bombaman - Fat Camp

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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My personal favorite. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yansdoVwdgI

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My friend tells me that the song at (0:10) in this video is dubstep. I dunno, but I quite like it!

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If you're into mixes with hip-hop/rap: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AQr06ZUlR0

If not: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IY4P0Jsef3w

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I quite like dubstep, but I prefer other stuff. It is popular over here though. When doing chromatography in Chemistry, the baseline has to be a dirty, dirty baseline. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Like Alex, dupstep is alright, but I prefer other genres, mainly comedy (I love The Lonely Island :D).

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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one of the worst types of music.


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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Galactus wrote:
one of the worst types of music.

let me take a quick guess. You don't like drum and bass either. You have never been listening to hiphop or electro funk or house music.
you enjoy the violin and the symphonies of good old Ludwig van

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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If anyone is into Dubba Jonny, his "The Bruv Where Can I Get That Track EP" is awesome. Dubba Jonny is offering it for free, so it can't hurt to give it a once over.

If you like the Chrispy track Predator, check out the Dubba Jonny track Liyaan, it is amazing. Also Big Bad Wolf. The whole EP has actually given me a new respect for Dubba Jonny, because a couple of their other tracks are horrible.

I first started listening to Burial, who is really quiet. I was told he was Dubstep, but he's definitely not filthy. However I listened to his album Untrue seriously 100 times. It really calms me down when I get stressed at work.

Also I forgot to mention Mt. Eden. The track Gambler is awesome, and his remix of Hide&Seek by Imogen Heap is great.


@c1829

Have you heard Roll Out by Chrispy? That's also a Transformers Dubstep. That track is what made me start listening to him. Plus the mix he did on Filth FM a while back.


@Sigurd

I've heard a bit of Rusko and Datsik. The track Swagga comes to mind. :D

@Jack Lopez

I have a couple of Flux Pavillion Tracks, but I haven't really gotten into him that much. I have I Can't Stop of course, and The 808 Track.

I've been listening to a lot of hip hop and rap lately. I've been really interested in Japanese and German rap, and recently I've started getting into Korean Rap. I'm really trying to get more music from different countries because I'm really interested in languages.

Also, I really like the track from that first link, that's going into my favourites!

If you've got time to listen to Podcasts you might like E-LO Liquid Lounge SETz. The third podcast on the list had about 10 minutes of Hip Hop/Rap Dubstep

@ APJ and Luke

I shouldn't have assumed :wink: although, I swear whenever I listen to a Dubstep podcast some British dude is always talking all over the tracks. :lol: Actually I want to hear a Geordie DJ doing some announcements, that would be awesome!

I actually listen to a lot of other genres as well, and as much as I like Dubstep, I think I might like Japanese Hip Hop/Rap even more. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Near wrote:

@Jack Lopez

I have a couple of Flux Pavillion Tracks, but I haven't really gotten into him that much. I have I Can't Stop of course, and The 808 Track.

I've been listening to a lot of hip hop and rap lately. I've been really interested in Japanese and German rap, and recently I've started getting into Korean Rap. I'm really trying to get more music from different countries because I'm really interested in languages.

Also, I really like the track from that first link, that's going into my favourites!

If you've got time to listen to Podcasts you might like E-LO Liquid Lounge SETz. The third podcast on the list had about 10 minutes of Hip Hop/Rap Dubstep


Glad I could help you build your dubstep library! Yeah it's hard enough to find good hip-hop/rap and dubstep separate from one another. Finding good mixes of them together is ridiculous! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Sigurd wrote:
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one of the worst types of music.

let me take a quick guess. You don't like drum and bass either. You have never been listening to hiphop or electro funk or house music.
you enjoy the violin and the symphonies of good old Ludwig van

Well isn't this a broad generalization? I find dubstep to be one of the worst types of music as well. I'm not listening to classical and I love drum and bass. DF + DT all the way, and neither would be anywhere without bass or drums. Then again, there is nothing wrong with the violin or other classical. In fact, Heavy Metal is actually just Classical music amplified, so I see no reason not to like either one. It's a matter of opinion; don't just throw out remarks that are meant solely to be taken offensively.

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Rentlix wrote:
Sigurd wrote:
Galactus wrote:
one of the worst types of music.

let me take a quick guess. You don't like drum and bass either. You have never been listening to hiphop or electro funk or house music.
you enjoy the violin and the symphonies of good old Ludwig van

Well isn't this a broad generalization? I find dubstep to be one of the worst types of music as well. I'm not listening to classical and I love drum and bass. DF + DT all the way, and neither would be anywhere without bass or drums. Then again, there is nothing wrong with the violin or other classical. In fact, Heavy Metal is actually just Classical music amplified, so I see no reason not to like either one. It's a matter of opinion; don't just throw out remarks that are meant solely to be taken offensively.


What gave you the idea that I thought there was anything 'wrong' with violin and classic music? I enjoy all kinds of music! also jazz and metal as well as acoustic guitar (hardwood) like Don Ross, Andy McKee and Antoine Dufour

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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If you like dubstep, check this beat out I made in Ableton Live 8, and NI Massive (VST).
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FzMm-LTWil4

Almost no progression/ build up - straight to the fun :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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I'm into more the mellow side of dubstep/electronic:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGtLJDP1BIk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MysZosfNfgU

Also, to those people who are posting here who don't like dubstep, why even bother?

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I like when people really branch off - and this guy reinvented the genre if you ask me
if you don't know him yet, you gotto check him out:

Skrillex!!!

I now see you mentioned him in the top post, Near, but I have not heard of him before - but after I discovered him today, I am sold.
He is my new idol hands down.

I myself, is not even near novice yet. So I will keep having fun, until I feel home. Then I am going to make some personal stuff as well...

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Those are some awesome tracks Garret. I'd heard of that guy before, but never really bothered to check out any of his tracks. I'm particularly fond of "Get the Money" now. :D It made me think of the Mt. Eden track "Gambler", though they are quite different styles.


I'm telling you Sigurd, go on iTunes and get "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" by Skrillex. Throw in his new remix of the Benny Benassi track "Cinema". "Cinema" Is definitely one of my favourite tracks of all time right now. :D Skrillex is definitely going somewhere, his tracks are just insane.

Also thanks to Jack Lopez, Omar LinX is already working his way up the play counts on my iPod. For those of you who also like Hip Hop/Rap Check out "Dubbin Home" by Omar LinX.


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Near wrote:
Those are some awesome tracks Garret. I'd heard of that guy before, but never really bothered to check out any of his tracks. I'm particularly fond of "Get the Money" now. :D It made me think of the Mt. Eden track "Gambler", though they are quite different styles.


Yea! Get the Money is really excellent. I think some people are put off by the slow start. I would argue that that is what makes the track so great! The buildup is so great, and then the bassline drops and it takes on a life of it's own.

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More from Ooah (half of PANTyRAiD). Just found this today on Pandora and its simply excellent.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGyJbMCf ... r_embedded

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J Rabbit & Tremourz- Sexy Party
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this is fun!

@ Near - I bough the album the second after I found out about him. Skrillex is by far the sickest music artist I know of. I am waiting like a child on christmas eve for his next stuff.

Father said.... omg
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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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Does anyone else listen to Slugabed? I found his stuff last year and I've thoroughly enjoyed it. They say he does a variety of genres like hip hop, dubstep, and grime. I did think that he had a bit of a dubstep influence to him.

Check out Gritsalt, and see what you think.


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Just found DJ Ephixa today. If you have ever played Zelda, this track will blow your mind. Heavy heavy remix of Lost Woods.


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Did someone say dubstep?

Check out Havocndeed (vindicta is catchy and stuck in my brain).

Kode9 does some sick stuff!

I'd never tell someone to listen to Rusko, Skrillex (people actually like?), or Caspa if they wanted the real classic dubstep sound. Borgore and brostep is not the same, honestly.

I'm getting a pretty big collection of dubstep going, and if there's interest, I can do a live stream of some stuff some time. I've got interest in starting producing a bit too, so that's always cool.

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my friend dom mazetti told me about dubstep on youtube.


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Did someone say dubstep?

Check out Havocndeed (vindicta is catchy and stuck in my brain).

Kode9 does some sick stuff!

I'd never tell someone to listen to Rusko, Skrillex (people actually like?), or Caspa if they wanted the real classic dubstep sound. Borgore and brostep is not the same, honestly.

I'm getting a pretty big collection of dubstep going, and if there's interest, I can do a live stream of some stuff some time. I've got interest in starting producing a bit too, so that's always cool.


I understand you trying to clarify the sound of the genre. At this point, however, dubstep is becoming more of a macrogenre and less of a division of electronic. I don't see the point in arguing exactly what genre something is, I'd rather spend that time listening to anything I like. Not accusing you of this, but I've found the dubstep community is full of bashing miscategorizing certain artists/sounds.

That said, I'm loving the Havocndeed!

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I have been ripped on by my friends for liking dubstep for a while now.
Some of my favourites:
Ephixa
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All you dubstep fiends...would this track be considered dubstep, brostep, what?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRGHwPqBgJg

I'm still not quite clear on what distinguishes the two...

I get what distinguishes certain artists like Datsik from dubstep, don't get me wrong, DatsiK is pretty dope, but its not the same. I've read that its the midrange that distinguishes brostep from dubstep, but I don't really get it :?

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Look back at the original stuff for dubstep. Some people say all you need for dubstep is the dubstep beat.

My understanding is brostep tends to be popular in clubs and such (hence BROstep, like 'what up, bro?!') and has more emphasis on wobbly bass and hard drops, instead of making something enjoyable for anything else.

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I think it's time to bring this thread back to life, with a lot of great tracks coming out recently, or at least, a lot of great tracks that I am just now finding out about.

Some of these tracks I've had for a while, but some of them I just finally found out what they were after hearing them on a podcast and searching for them.

Guilt VIP - NERO
Strange Behaviour feat. Tasha Baxter
Holy Ghost (Helicopter Showdown and Sluggo Remix) - Messinian
Time (Scio Remix) - Chase and Status
Let You Go (Nero Remix) - Chase and Status
All Fall Down feat Shaz Sparks - Camo and Crooked
Bass Invaders - Chrispy
Predator VIP - Chrispy
P Money's Bass Cannon - P Money vs Flux Pavillion
First of the Year (Equinox) - Skrillex
Ruffneck (FULL Flex) - Skrillex
Still Getting It Ft. Skrillex - Foreign Beggars


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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
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I'm glad this thread is back! Heres a few good ones I've found over the past few months:

Skream - Rutten
Rusko - Jahova
Sukh Knight - Ganja
Sukh Knight - Up In Smoke
Blue Foundation - Eyes On Fire (Zeds Dead Remix)
Emalkay - When I Look At You
Caspa - Terminator
Tek-One - Broken String
Kromestar - Iron Dread

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That one by Zed's Dead was also put into an Omar LinX song produced by Zed's Dead. I really like that one by Emalkay, and the one by Tek-One is outstanding. I've really been starting to like the more mellow Dubstep Tunes. I still like the filthy club bangers, but sometimes the other stuff is much better for relaxing.

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Dubbin Home - Sketch

I've really been getting into some of the California Dubstep artists lately, actually now that I think about it, it's pretty much just Mimosa, but I have been getting into some more Cali artists as of late such as Tokimonsta, and I believe Teebs is from Cali?

Silver Lining - Mimosa
Drippin - Mimosa
Badlands - Mimosa


Also, I believe it was you, Garret who showed me that track Beaver Blink? It...Is...AMAZING. I listen to that track all the time.


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I readily admit that I don't know the difference between various subgenres of electronica, but I see MiM0SA mentioned several times in this thread -- I have a few albums by (him? her? them?) and enjoy them when I'm in that sort of mood.

Currently I'm really enjoying Fabriclive.37, it lives in my car. That's the one mixed by Caspa & Rusko. Whenever Rusko's "Jahova" comes on I feel inordinately pleased.


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I suppose technically a lot of Mimosa's tracks can't really be considered dubstep, even the tracks that I posted, because I don't think that any of them are at 140 BPM. However, he does use that wobbly base, which I feel is a key component of Dubstep, so it has a Dubstep feel, at least for me.

I usually listen to Mimosa when I'm stressed out because it's so chill, it calms me down.


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I really worked on the sound quality on this one:

Tripleyou - "She"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYTvHRcb ... Zg&index=1

I still only use my headphones. I wish I had some good monitors and a sub TT

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Dubstep is a tricky style - some love it, some can barely tolerate it.

As for good Dubstep artists, there's a few I'd recommend in particular:
WillPower
Laurent Garnier (classic German dubstepper)
EliteFerrex (Look him up on YouTube, brilliant techno/dubstep artist)
Daft Punk (don't tell me you don't know these guys)

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Dubstep. You either hate it or you love it. Personally, I love it =D

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Iranon wrote:
I readily admit that I don't know the difference between various subgenres of electronica, but I see MiM0SA mentioned several times in this thread -- I have a few albums by (him? her? them?) and enjoy them when I'm in that sort of mood.

Currently I'm really enjoying Fabriclive.37, it lives in my car. That's the one mixed by Caspa & Rusko. Whenever Rusko's "Jahova" comes on I feel inordinately pleased.


Fabriclive.37 is the bomb! It's also found a permanent home in my car's CD player.

Also great: "Custard Chucker" by Rusko and Caspa

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I know it has been a while since anyone has posted in this thread, but I've been starting to listen to more dubstep lately and wanted to share it with the other dubstep fans.

Kyau & Albert - I'll Be There For You (Mt. Eden Remix)
Avicii - Levels (Skrillex Remix)
Dodge & Fuski - Python
Zomboy - Pump it Up
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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 12:34 pm 
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What do you guys think of the covers of dubstep songs on guitar/ metal?

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 5:38 pm 
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Dubstep is cool, though I'm more of a fan of Drum and Bass stuff (check out Liquicity).

And while I'm a fan of electronic music in general, I absolutely HATE when people associate it all with Dubstep. DnB != Dubstep.

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 9:54 pm 
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If you like dubstep and the techy stuff check out my new track called "BPM 101"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMyI-81k ... re=mh_lolz

I wouldn't exactly call it dubstep :) But please take a listen and tell me what you think

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
PostPosted: Sat Sep 08, 2012 10:38 pm 
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Is that your track Sigurd? It's glitchy, I quite liked it.


I know there was a brony thread here at one point, but I recently started getting into MLP dubstep.

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 Post subject: Re: Dubstep
PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2012 5:58 am 
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yes I made that track. I am no pro but I still am enjoying myself.
I am glad you liked it! :)

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