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Anyone here like Dubstep
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Posted 1/12/13
I know its huge in the gaming community but how about the anime and manga community. Anyone else here besides me like dubstep?
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Never seen it. Is it any good?
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Posted 1/12/13

MarshDiamond wrote:

Never seen it. Is it any good?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znBlH-kyR1k

Listen and enjoy.
Posted 1/12/13
That depends when it's done correctly.

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Dubstep is like an explosion in my ear and brain!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted 1/15/13
At first I hated it but I am a music producer / composer so I recently in years have gotten requests for electronic music so I've learned how to compose through listening to bunch of it. When it's done properly and it doesn't sound like a transformer with downs I generally can dig it. \
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Yes it must be done properly, correctly, rightly, suitably and justly. Only then will it be possible for me to like it.
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Posted 1/20/13

LosingOrbit wrote:

That depends when it's done correctly.






kufirst wrote:

Yes it must be done properly, correctly, rightly, suitably and justly. Only then will it be possible for me to like it.


So people like James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Burial? Excluding the last one (his music got me into dubstep), I find that and the label to their stuff, "post-dubstep", boring and if not pretentious as well. But Im not too big on the brostep side either. If you're talking about people like Oneman, Jackmaster, Ben UFO, Disclosure, Joy O, SBTRKT, and Scuba & their-like however, I love it then
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ArleyV wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

That depends when it's done correctly.






kufirst wrote:

Yes it must be done properly, correctly, rightly, suitably and justly. Only then will it be possible for me to like it.


So people like James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Burial? Excluding the last one (his music got me into dubstep), I find that and the label to their stuff, "post-dubstep", boring and if not pretentious as well. But Im not too big on the brostep side either. If you're talking about people like Oneman, Jackmaster, Ben UFO, Disclosure, Joy O, SBTRKT, and Scuba & their-like however, I love it then


I was being a bit facetious by the way. I honestly don't think it's all that hard to separate the mediocre from the legitimate; and I do enjoy some MK, Burial, Scuba and Martyn, now and then.
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Posted 1/20/13

kufirst wrote:


ArleyV wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

That depends when it's done correctly.






kufirst wrote:

Yes it must be done properly, correctly, rightly, suitably and justly. Only then will it be possible for me to like it.


So people like James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Burial? Excluding the last one (his music got me into dubstep), I find that and the label to their stuff, "post-dubstep", boring and if not pretentious as well. But Im not too big on the brostep side either. If you're talking about people like Oneman, Jackmaster, Ben UFO, Disclosure, Joy O, SBTRKT, and Scuba & their-like however, I love it then


I was being a bit facetious by the way. I honestly don't think it's all that hard to separate the mediocre from the legitimate; and I do enjoy some MK, Burial, Scuba and Martyn, now and then.


nice. do you by chance tune into the Boiler Room sessions?
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ArleyV wrote:


kufirst wrote:


ArleyV wrote:


LosingOrbit wrote:

That depends when it's done correctly.






kufirst wrote:

Yes it must be done properly, correctly, rightly, suitably and justly. Only then will it be possible for me to like it.


So people like James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Burial? Excluding the last one (his music got me into dubstep), I find that and the label to their stuff, "post-dubstep", boring and if not pretentious as well. But Im not too big on the brostep side either. If you're talking about people like Oneman, Jackmaster, Ben UFO, Disclosure, Joy O, SBTRKT, and Scuba & their-like however, I love it then


I was being a bit facetious by the way. I honestly don't think it's all that hard to separate the mediocre from the legitimate; and I do enjoy some MK, Burial, Scuba and Martyn, now and then.


nice. do you by chance tune into the Boiler Room sessions?


Nope. Any good?
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Posted 1/26/13
Dubstep is awesome! I prefer deadmau5 (:
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They're basically live DJ sets on the internet and features artists from various genres like house, techno, dubstep, bass music, and hip-hop in cities like London, Berlin, NYC and Los Angeles for the most part. I know Scuba did two awesome sets for them:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IMJB-ULvY4Y

a collab set he did with Jimmy Edgar in Berlin:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LET5HkADehs
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