Someone Made A Dubstep Version of Our Goal Horn
Posted 27 July 2012 - 01:34 AM
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Posted 27 July 2012 - 01:37 AM
I was afraid I would offend you guys, good to know you can take it light-heartedly haha.
I listen to dubstep to lift, and I've been to a few concerts (raves)... I've seen Bassnectar, Avicii, BareNoize, Deadmau5, Skrillex, etc... but that post made me LOL hard
Posted 27 July 2012 - 03:16 AM
Fixed it for you.
Hey, hey hey!! I just come from here!!!
We also gave the world Kate Moss....... Ok so 0 for 2........ i will find something we have done for the world that people actually like!!
There are very few songs i actually like, the majority i have picked up and decided i liked when i have been smashed in a club.
I really do like Doctor P though.
this is cool too
Haha amazing, i always take the piss out of my mate that you can basically make Dubstep using a load of womp sounds and then make up a little tune. But that is on another level , i need to learn that!!
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Posted 27 July 2012 - 07:25 AM
I love dubstep but its a genre of music that has grown and changed so rapidly over the past half decade that its not really fair to judge it by a lot of the newer stuff out there today which is what Americans have been exposed to. I like the old and new stuff equally but it would be like trying to compare alt rock in the 90's to alt rock in 00's. There awesome in their own ways. If you want some older dubstep then I highly recommend checking out Skream's debut album from 2006 called Skream!
2 of my favorites off of that are:
Midnight Request Line
Its definitely not for everyone but as a musician who splits time equally between writing alt rock songs and electronic music (minimalism/dubstep/triphop) I really enjoy it.
Nice post. The deeper stuff is definitely my favorite and I think it is a lot easier to listen to then the heavy, noisy stuff that is pumped out now. But like all niche genres, it is a tough nut to crack.
Here is one of my favorite deeper tracks. Sub woofers and patience are a must. But it is a very rewarding listen.
Posted 27 July 2012 - 11:21 PM
Posted 28 July 2012 - 11:21 PM
My gawd I hate dubstep! As a musician, I just think it's the worst thing to happen to music since Nickelback.
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