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Old 10-12-2008, 08:36 AM   #71 (permalink)
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I'm in a big dubstep mood at the moment, expect me to have a few more opinions on some albums soon.
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Old 10-12-2008, 11:14 AM   #72 (permalink)
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Skream and Benga interview 25/09/2008


chuffed now cause i know i read this somewhere but it was difficult to confirm, Hijak is Skream's younger brother. :p
I love Skream for hating black metal, eurotrance and gabber. Good lad

What's great about dubstep I think is it was this underground scene that, through proper marketing, has allowed the general public to trace it's growth with the Dubstep Allstars series being available on the high street. There ought to have been a companion of grime volumes the last four years, it's the same root audience, same means of production with fruityloops... rah.

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Old 10-13-2008, 09:22 PM   #73 (permalink)
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This is a definitive list of dubstep collection/album releases so far, imo

i think the Wonder and Horsepower productions straddle the divide a bit but you have there a list of dubbed-out night-time listening poifection. Or music to get baked to, if that's yer bag.

edit: the Benga album is missing. Never forget Benga.
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Old 10-13-2008, 11:33 PM   #74 (permalink)
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That's missing a lot of stuff, actually. Dubstepforum had pretty much every decent Dubstep album ever released in a thread somewhere at one point, but it's probably gone now that they've shut down.
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Old 10-14-2008, 12:15 AM   #75 (permalink)
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That's missing a lot of stuff, actually. Dubstepforum had pretty much every decent Dubstep album ever released in a thread somewhere at one point, but it's probably gone now that they've shut down.


Note the carefully-used imo mate, and do please feel free to share your favourite dubstep CD's!

As for where dubstep went look here+
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Old 10-14-2008, 08:24 AM   #76 (permalink)
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Old 10-15-2008, 05:02 AM   #77 (permalink)
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Nice link
The Dubstep forum is a little bit confusing, with totally unknown names being throw around everywhere. A friend of mine + This thread is all i need for my Dubstep recs
And has anyone listened to Boxcutter's Oneiric?
I don't think It's exactly Dubstep...more of a IDM/Dubstep blend, but I've been listening to it quite often and still can't get enough of it. The bass is just superb.

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Didn't notice this for some weird reason
Definitely need to get many more from that. Rite now, all I have is Oneiric & Skream.(and a few more downloaded)
I'll get around to it...someday. I'm still waiting for Skream's next album first.

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Old 10-17-2008, 04:13 PM   #78 (permalink)
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January Steppas (i.e. two heavy vocal sets I found that both happen to have been taped in January)

2006:
Kode 9 feat. Wiley
Prime-era set with two of the biggest

2008:
N-Type feat. OG's (Jendor & P-Money)
Very hype 'geometric gangsta, all my bars are geometric'
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Nice link
The Dubstep forum is a little bit confusing, with totally unknown names being throw around everywhere. A friend of mine + This thread is all i need for my Dubstep recs
And has anyone listened to Boxcutter's Oneiric?
I don't think It's exactly Dubstep...more of a IDM/Dubstep blend, but I've been listening to it quite often and still can't get enough of it. The bass is just superb.

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Didn't notice this for some weird reason
Definitely need to get many more from that. Rite now, all I have is Oneiric & Skream.(and a few more downloaded)
I'll get around to it...someday. I'm still waiting for Skream's next album first.
Yeah I know what you mean about Boxcutter! There are a few producers who cross over into breakcore territory, really glitchy and schizo. Breakcore is really abrasive but I have warmed to some of it, Venetian Snares is a genius.
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Dubstep is the ****. I have been loving the sound for a couple of years now and I think its evolving quite nicely. I DJ dubstep on the regular in Atlanta and Ive had great response from the heads that Ive played for.

Look out for these artists.

Trill Bass
Mayhem
Zen Militia
Scuba
Distal
.mite
Quad Control
Antiserum
Spherix
Section 8
Bro Safari !!!

just to name a few
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