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  • #1046865
    Anonymous

    After hearing lots of dubstep last night at a party I was woundering if people could recomend me some dubstep i might find on pirate bay (or some mix’s to download) etc and some acid techno would be great to. Or point my ignorent self in a helpfull direction for some artist names or some such thing plllllllllease

    :weee:raaa

    ps anyone else lose any parts of themselves to frost bite last night?

    #1195515
    uglyprettytrash
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    #1195495
    Dom_sufc
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    @photographthesun 314768 wrote:

    After hearing lots of dubstep last night at a party I was woundering if people could recomend me some dubstep i might find on pirate bay (or some mix’s to download) etc and some acid techno would be great to. Or point my ignorent self in a helpfull direction for some artist names or some such thing plllllllllease

    :weee:raaa

    ps anyone else lose any parts of themselves to frost bite last night?

    Not in the pub, i was sweating my tits off :laugh_at:

    E L E K T R O K A N I B A L 23 D A T A B A S E

    Search Dave The Drummer, I can’t link directly though, It doesn’t work for that site. Highly reccomend the set at Templehead, got that on now. Absolute banger…

    Try searching any DJs you know on there. Theere’s quite alot of sets from some top DJs.

    Don’t forget the download section here! Some really good sets. Mobile Dogwash, Chris Liberator, 2fik, Audio Pancake, Checmical head are some good ones I’ve heard.

    Free Music Downloads: Acid Techno

    Go nuts :weee:

    #1195475
    Clang
    Participant

    Here’s a couple of dubstep mixes by me:

    Pure Dubstep.mp3
    Rub-a-dubstep.mp3

    You should find some good tunes, mixes and advice here:

    dubstepforum.com :: Index

    Or look up any of the following on myspace:

    Skream, Benga, Rusko, Appleblim, Shakleton, Nero, Caspa, Coki, Vex’d.

    Here’s something to get you started:

    [YT]wYbjen1P1nk[/YT]

    Happy stepping :bounce_fl

    #1195500
    p0ly
    Participant

    Skream – Midnight Request Line

    Loefah – Rufage

    Radikal Guru – Strong Dub

    GRAVIOUS – WORMSIGN

    DJG – Shadow Skanking

    Caspa – Rubber Chicken

    CASPA – FLOOR DEM

    6Blocc – Never Scared

    Art Of Noise – Moments In Love ( Caspa Remix )

    TC – Where’s My Money (Caspa Remix)

    Headhunter – Descent

    Distance – Cyclops

    Crissy Criss – Don’t Mess About

    gotta say dubstep becomes the most boring genre of music incredibly quickly, i got bored after a few days and months later still find it pretty damn boring

    #1195476
    Clang
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    @p0lygon-Window 314811 wrote:

    gotta say dubstep becomes the most boring genre of music incredibly quickly, i got bored after a few days and months later still find it pretty damn boring

    I have to agree with you but, in its defence:

    The basslines are fuckin awesome and if you mix it up with other styles it keeps it’s novelty and still delivers a massive punch when dropped. I often record my newest tunes as a mix (which is why I often record mixes of one style only), but when I play out I generally get bored of any style after three records so I like to keep changing regularly. For example (excuse some of the dodgy mixing, I was probably being a bit too enthusiastic):

    Clang in Dub 01.mp3

    #1195474
    Techno Viking
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    #1195498
    rachus
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    Dom_sufc;314776 wrote:
    Not in the pub, i was sweating my tits off :laugh_at:

    E L E K T R O K A N I B A L 23 D A T A B A S E

    Free Music Downloads: Acid Techno

    Go nuts :weee:

    It’s literally taken me 2 hours to download one dave the drummer mp3. Im on 97% now and then i can go to bed! It better be good :yawn:

    #1195488
    spark_plug
    Participant

    [YT]CFW4LqsTPO0[/YT]

    #1195496
    Dom_sufc
    Participant

    @rachus 314878 wrote:

    It’s literally taken me 2 hours to download one dave the drummer mp3. Im on 97% now and then i can go to bed! It better be good :yawn:

    lol, you on Dial-up? Which site was that from and which set? :weee:

    #1195519
    Clusterfrog
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    Here’s about 15 gig of dubstep rapidshare links

    Dubstep

    my fav dubstep producers are komonazmuk and king cannibal.. nice and dark and hard

    #1195499
    rachus
    Participant
    Dom_sufc;314935 wrote:
    lol, you on Dial-up? Which site was that from and which set? :weee:

    Im on wireless but im in a houseshare and the signal from my room is pretty shit. If i go downstairs its good but i cant be fucked half the time lol.
    It was from ek23sound.org, i just need some new music!
    To be fair its good acid techno so it was worth it, im now about to sit and do it all again.

    #1195521
    fezziechick
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    photographthesun;314768 wrote:
    After hearing lots of dubstep last night at a party I was woundering if people could recomend me some dubstep i might find on pirate bay (or some mix’s to download) etc and some acid techno would be great to. Or point my ignorent self in a helpfull direction for some artist names or some such thing plllllllllease

    :weee:raaa

    ps anyone else lose any parts of themselves to frost bite last night?

    Hiya-download ‘skream-wheres my money’-banging tune-heard it on zane lowe on radio 1 last week, been listening to it ever since, really cool heavy beats, love it!! really into the dubstep at the mo, saw caspa and rusko at glastonbury last year and that was amazing!!!

    #1195513
    GrassChopper
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    I saw Caspa and Rusko for a fiver in a really small club in Bath lmfao, cramped as hell. Awesome regardless :love:

    Some good tunes right here… No, wait… Epic tunes raaa

    [YT]Z7BSxpsCitM[/YT]

    [YT]pUhA6ILHyzo&feature=related[/YT]

    [YT]aUqp48PFoy4&feature=related[/YT]

    #1195522
    Shpongled
    Participant

    Burial
    Kode9
    Digital Mystikz
    Pinch

    Some artists to get you going :weee:

    #1195501
    p0ly
    Participant

    i just feel the need to say, dubstep is pretty damn lame

    #1195477
    Clang
    Participant

    @p0lygon-Window 315976 wrote:

    i just feel the need to say, dubstep is pretty damn lame

    Yeah, I know exactly what you mean… I really can’t see the appeal either:

    [YT]qj18lUjN-lo[/YT]

    :rolleyes:

    #1195502
    p0ly
    Participant

    this mix is badboy though

    [yt]rcMBOxGZUhs[/yt]

    Whoa-B – Dubstep Quickmix

    #1195470
    Anonymous

    thanks everyone i will check that out

    #1195478
    Clang
    Participant

    @TEK Tonic 314832 wrote:

    I have to agree with you but, in its defence:

    The basslines are fuckin awesome and if you mix it up with other styles it keeps it’s novelty and still delivers a massive punch when dropped. I often record my newest tunes as a mix (which is why I often record mixes of one style only), but when I play out I generally get bored of any style after three records so I like to keep changing regularly. For example (excuse some of the dodgy mixing, I was probably being a bit too enthusiastic):

    Clang in Dub 01.mp3

    This mix is much better and better evidence for dubstep mixed with other styles being the business…

    http://www.partyvibe.com/forums/creativity-art-music/37054-they-call-me-spanner.html#post325883

    :bounce_fl

    #1195483
    Angel
    Moderator

    I like Dubstep, but in small portions at the time, can get boring after a while if you only hear that..
    Have a friend writing Dubstep and love it when he play :bounce_g:
    Floor shaking music, sure the guy downstairs don’t agree with my taste :laugh_at:

    #1195479
    Clang
    Participant

    To be honest, I start to lose interest in most musical styles if they get played too much – dubstep is no exception… that’s why I generally change styles every 3-or-so records when I DJ (most of my uploaded mixes are only of one style because when I buy new records I just want to hear them all so I put a mix together for my own gratification and then share it, but when I play out I try to mash it up as much as possible).

    #1195516
    uglyprettytrash
    Participant

    A lot of dubstep just seems to be about rinsing that new tune (“Where’s my money” is the one at the moment I reckon) to such an extent that the sets become predictable. It makes all the difference when people produce interesting dubstep with weird samples and remixes, but a lot of djs don’t which is really sad.

    If you like Caspa and Rusko, get Fabric 37. And “Otacon” by Reso is quite good also.

    #1195503
    p0ly
    Participant
    TEK Tonic;325950 wrote:
    To be honest, I start to lose interest in most musical styles if they get played too much – dubstep is no exception…

    but dubstep gets boring after about 1/4 of a song

    #1195480
    Clang
    Participant

    @uglyprettytrash 325969 wrote:

    A lot of dubstep just seems to be about rinsing that new tune (“Where’s my money” is the one at the moment I reckon) to such an extent that the sets become predictable. It makes all the difference when people produce interesting dubstep with weird samples and remixes, but a lot of djs don’t which is really sad.

    If you like Caspa and Rusko, get Fabric 37. And “Otacon” by Reso is quite good also.

    That’s one side (the popular side) of dubstep. The other side is massively creative, not just about the drop and producers like appleblim, skream (when he tries) and many others experiment with beats, rhythms and sounds to make something new and interesting. Big wobbles and techy noises with basslines that hit ‘the brown note’ are just a happy sideline in this truly innovative genre… in my humble opinion.

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