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    Don't know where else to start a dubstep discussion, but...f*ck me!!! Listening to a good lot of it at the moment. Anyone got any links for sets etc??
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    www.gotdarker.com
    loads of good ones there might even be one of mine there
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    Quote Originally Posted by messyfuture View Post
    www.gotdarker.com
    loads of good ones there might even be one of mine there
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    man, any of your mixes or any you have please pass on!!
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    and check the dubstep forum,look out for claw or lukki mixes they are savage

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    http://www.rinse.fm/

    worth checking, can take up valuable techno time though

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    check it.

    for mixes

    http://www.ragandbonerecords.co.uk/mixes.html

    http://dubstep.com.ua/download/VexdResonanceFM.mp3


    for tunes

    http://www.virb.com/thornindustries - free streaming free download , killer site

    also check out the new scorn - no linky sorry

    snatched this from the nursery forums
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    been enjoying thisone for a while~ : )

    http://www.ragandbonerecords.co.uk/W...t_Dubz_mix.mp3

    1. Crooked One - Let Us Pray (dub)
    2. Crooked One - Voided (dub)
    3. Crooked One - Paradroid (dub)
    4. Crooked One - Annilhilation (Starksound)
    5. Komonasmuk v Whiteboi- Shankstep (dub)
    6. Soundbox - Ghost Train (dub)
    7. Elemental - Shiner (dub)
    8. Starkey - Shoulder Lean (dub)
    9. Hue Jah Fink & Kirsty Hawkshaw - Out Of Reach (dub)
    10. Blackmass Plastics - Nite boat (Dirty Needles dub)
    11. Komonasmuk v Whiteboi- Ayatollah (dub)
    12. Inasekt - Untitled dub (dub)
    13. Matt Head - Thrill Kill (dub)
    14. Matt Head - Skyjacker (Ruff)
    15. Inasekt - Bug Powder (dub)
    16. Warlock - Click Clack (Starksound)
    17. Warlock - Bish Bosh (Starksound)
    18. Sky City Rising - Fever Gasp (Brooklyn Beats)
    19. Kode 9 - Sniper Dub (dub)
    20. Aaron Spectre - Say More Fire (dub)
    21. Protocol X - Screwheads (dub)
    22. Warlock - Window Smasher (Rag & Bone)
    23. Drop The Lime - Come To Life (dub)
    24. Starkey - Let U Go - DTL remix (dub)

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    Recognise: Dubwar Podcast 3 - Markomen

    This is the rudest thing I've heard in months. (Give it at least 10 minutes).

    Tracklist:
    > markomen - Muted
    > markomen - Takeover Dub
    > markomen - Inna Spooksville
    & markomen vs. Asimilon - Dreadlock Dislocation
    > Rogue State - Lion Paw
    > markomen vs. SJM - Escape Route
    > markomen feat. Geronimo - In My Town of Chatham Town
    > Juju - She
    & markomen - Dubstep Pressure
    > Goolabjamu - Inhiri Melt (markomen remix)
    > 12th Planet - 28 Hours Later
    > Screenager vs. Stigmatrix - Serious Music
    > Queen Sedna - Meditation
    & Itchy Robot - Raw
    > Cogent - Tribe
    > MacKoall - The Rastacore
    & markomen - Auxiliary Plaything
    > markomen - Mask
    > Rusko - Too Far
    > Ghislain Poirier - Blazin (Modeselektor remix)
    > Queen Sedna - Game
    > J:Kenzo - Sticky
    > Soundbox - The Care Bears Acid Picnic
    > RUF - Rudebwoy Riddim
    & markomen - Auxiliary Hulksta
    > markomen - Trouble Throwup
    > Soundbox - Remust
    > Babylon System & Noah D - Examination of Time
    & Engineers Without Fears - Spiritual Aura
    > Djunya - Sub Sol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechMouse View Post
    well I gave it a chance and on the first listen it's nothing compared to the mix MITA posted above especially 1. Crooked One - Let Us Pray (dub) 4. Crooked One - Annilhilation (Starksound) , there are some nice sahdes of reagge which i like but for that i will listen to reagge...

    I would suggest : http://www.ragandbonerecords.co.uk/m...ix_july_07.mp3

    And here's the list of tracks:

    1. Roots Dyed Dark (Skream remix) - Mark Ashken - Leftroom
    2. The Flu - Kromestar - Marxmen Dubs
    3. The Goat Stare - Loefah - DMZ 6
    4. Disko Rekah - Loefah - Deep Medi Musik
    5. Annihilation - The Crooked One - Starksound 1
    6. Atlas - Scan One - Combat 14
    7. Archetype - Innasekt - Red Volume 002
    8. Dolls Eyes - Sasquatch - Senseless 3
    9. Warehouse - Tes la Rock - Mode 02
    10. Apocolypse - Kommanasmuk (dub)
    11. Prism - Starkey - Starksound 2 (dub)
    12. So Strong - Mackoall
    13. Omerta - Sasquatch - Senseless 4
    14. More thank Likely - Wifi of the undead (dub)
    15. Music is a Weapon - Aaron Spectre - Rag & Bone 16
    16. Come to Life - Drop the lime (dub)
    17. Claws Theme - Tigerbass
    18. Ladies Roll - Cari Lekebusch - HPX 05
    19. Retarded Ep - Non Stop DJ’s
    20. Dem Nah Like Me - Ghislain Poirier - Shockout
    21. Cannot be Straightened - Bass Clef - Blank Tapes
    22. Bounce - Starkey - Starksound 2 (dub)
    23. Boxfresh Ep - DJ Ganta
    24. Lethal Dubs pt1 - Dubchild - Heavy Artillery
    25. Needles - Wifi of the undead (dub)
    26. Snakes & Ladders - Scarecrow - Destructive
    27. Saymorefire - Aaron Spectre - Rag & Bone 16



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    10. Apocolypse - Kommanasmuk (dub)
    11. Prism - Starkey - Starksound 2 (dub)

    Prism - starkey - is the song. Love the transition between Apocolypse and Prism. When Prism takes over that's when the magic happens. I guess for me at this moment this would be a good way to put it: "There are many stars in this mix but Prism is more like the sun, and when the sun shines that stars disappear."

    20. Dem Nah Like Me - Ghislain Poirier - Shockout
    21. Cannot be Straightened - Bass Clef - Blank Tapes

    Also really enjoy "dem nah like me" sounds great, gets me movin' and it's cool. Number 21. is different then any other track on this list imo, every time I hear it I like it more and more..
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.O.Prodigy View Post
    "There are many stars in this mix but Prism is more like the sun, and when the sun shines that stars disappear."
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    wow. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MITA View Post
    been enjoying thisone for a while~ : )

    http://www.ragandbonerecords.co.uk/W...t_Dubz_mix.mp3

    1. Crooked One - Let Us Pray (dub)
    2. Crooked One - Voided (dub)
    3. Crooked One - Paradroid (dub)
    4. Crooked One - Annilhilation (Starksound)
    5. Komonasmuk v Whiteboi- Shankstep (dub)
    6. Soundbox - Ghost Train (dub)
    7. Elemental - Shiner (dub)
    8. Starkey - Shoulder Lean (dub)
    9. Hue Jah Fink & Kirsty Hawkshaw - Out Of Reach (dub)
    10. Blackmass Plastics - Nite boat (Dirty Needles dub)
    11. Komonasmuk v Whiteboi- Ayatollah (dub)
    12. Inasekt - Untitled dub (dub)
    13. Matt Head - Thrill Kill (dub)
    14. Matt Head - Skyjacker (Ruff)
    15. Inasekt - Bug Powder (dub)
    16. Warlock - Click Clack (Starksound)
    17. Warlock - Bish Bosh (Starksound)
    18. Sky City Rising - Fever Gasp (Brooklyn Beats)
    19. Kode 9 - Sniper Dub (dub)
    20. Aaron Spectre - Say More Fire (dub)
    21. Protocol X - Screwheads (dub)
    22. Warlock - Window Smasher (Rag & Bone)
    23. Drop The Lime - Come To Life (dub)
    24. Starkey - Let U Go - DTL remix (dub)

    check out this one MITA posted slav... I liked
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.O.Prodigy View Post
    check out this one MITA posted slav... I liked
    cheers for the link, but i can't get into it. not going to write off the whole genre though, mind you, just at this point the whole "dark garage" thing doesn't do it for me.

    now...i say this to stimulate discussion, not to troll, so no one get offended, but is it possible that the current enthusiasm for dubstep has more to do with the staleness of techno and a thirst for something new and vital than the inherent amazingness of dubstep?

    just a thought...no one kill me...i fully recognize i have only limited exposure to dubstep and acknowledge that i could be 100% off-base :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlavikSvensk View Post
    cheers for the link, but i can't get into it. not going to write off the whole genre though, mind you, just at this point the whole "dark garage" thing doesn't do it for me.

    now...i say this to stimulate discussion, not to troll, so no one get offended, but is it possible that the current enthusiasm for dubstep has more to do with the staleness of techno and a thirst for something new and vital than the inherent amazingness of dubstep?

    just a thought...no one kill me...i fully recognize i have only limited exposure to dubstep and acknowledge that i could be 100% off-base :)
    Ok but when you say techno .. what comes to mind?

    To me, artists that come to mind are : James Ruskin, Go Hiyama, Luka Baumann, Grovskopa, Dirty_Bass, Speedy J, Jeroen Liebregts, Reeko, Inigo Kennedy, Surgeon, CYP, rednox, Makaton, Regis, Female.... both for mixes and tracks... Now for these artists I wouldn't say that they exude staleness, quite on the on the contrary. I'm not always inclined to listen to these kind of sounds 24/7 like I used to, but they are my go to guys when I fell the urge to go nuts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlavikSvensk View Post
    now...i say this to stimulate discussion, not to troll, so no one get offended, but is it possible that the current enthusiasm for dubstep has more to do with the staleness of techno and a thirst for something new and vital than the inherent amazingness of dubstep?

    oh you big troll!

    Dubstep has nothing got to do with the staleness of techno. People just enjoy it & are digging it the same way people dug techno & d'n'b when it was new. The production values in the early stuff was really really amazing (Loefah, Toasty, Hotflush Records, Vex'd, DMZ etc). Really top notch stuff. These guys are bass enthusiasts. Now there are tons of imitators who dont really have the same kind of standards, some producing crap music & some producing excellent music, which is making it hard to find the good stuff. But it was always the same situation with techno. C'mon there must be at least 3000 techno labels out there. All this talk about hype and bandwagon jumping is funny. We ALL jumped onto the techno bandwagon at some stage. If Surgeon hadnt jumped on the techno bandwagon in the mid ninties , well we wouldnt have had surgeon would we etc etc.

    @ Shiva & RDR. Its a personal thing with the abelton v vinyl . But dont let that stop you. You wouldnt be able to make a mix like that with a set of decks & I still really enjoyed it. Keep mashing up the styles girlfriend! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by massplanck View Post
    Dubstep has nothing got to do with the staleness of techno. People just enjoy it & are digging it the same way people dug techno & d'n'b when it was new. The production values in the early stuff was really really amazing (Loefah, Toasty, Hotflush Records, Vex'd, DMZ etc). Really top notch stuff. These guys are bass enthusiasts. Now there are tons of imitators who dont really have the same kind of standards, some producing crap music & some producing excellent music, which is making it hard to find the good stuff. But it was always the same situation with techno. C'mon there must be at least 3000 techno labels out there. All this talk about hype and bandwagon jumping is funny. We ALL jumped onto the techno bandwagon at some stage. If Surgeon hadnt jumped on the techno bandwagon in the mid ninties , well we wouldnt have had surgeon would we etc etc.
    of course it doesn't, but i was talking about the enthusiasm for it among techno heads. or maybe it has nothing to do with it. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlavikSvensk View Post
    now...i say this to stimulate discussion, not to troll, so no one get offended, but is it possible that the current enthusiasm for dubstep has more to do with the staleness of techno and a thirst for something new and vital than the inherent amazingness of dubstep?
    For me, the best Techno has always gone around the houses and incorporated wildly different sounds.

    Basic Channel brought dub into the mix. Tim Wright brought in two-step rhythms. CJ Bolland flirts with trance. T Raumschmiere has a punk edge. You can pull all of these elements and more into a Techno mix and create something cohesive, varied and unique all at the same time.

    Dubstep is just another element for this.

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    i'm bored of it already. They seem to have locked down a formula too quickly

    if anyone can point me to exciting stuff i'd be most appreciative

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattboyslim View Post
    i'm bored of it already. They seem to have locked down a formula too quickly

    if anyone can point me to exciting stuff i'd be most appreciative
    Agreed! It all seems to sound the same to me already. I'm still waiting to hear something awesome...

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    I know what you mean, there is lots of samey stuff about.

    That Markomen mix is sickness incarnate though.

 

 
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