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post #31 of 54
sub focus, flux pavillion, rusko, mt eden,

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NI2b7qXUlnE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vr21M...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJlA3...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cx5qY...eature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r67tH...eature=related

eminem rules!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NljsW...eature=related

And linkin park are the best rock group out there!
post #32 of 54
Pendulum is not DnB, they are a band. After "Still Grey", they started becoming something else entirely. Although the intro to "Slam" was pretty epic, and "Kingston Vampires" still gets a play.
post #33 of 54
And for those off you who can't sleep at night.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WIsR...eature=related
post #34 of 54
dang, is there any way I can just load every youtube that has been put on this thread and let em go continuously? That needs to happen!!!
post #35 of 54
Wisounds they are still pretty good. I personally have grown out of DNB. Did the massive rave thing back in the 80's with World Dance, Helter sketker, dreamscape etc... Rocked out with Jungle and DNB, but we've all moved on now and dubstep is where it is.

I still love my 89-92 old skool as this is where I spent the best years of my life even back to the mid 80's house music.
post #36 of 54
Beastaudio,

Then its about time you had all these tracks to hand on your hard drive.

I have over 30-50 GB of dubstep at the ready to rock ALL weekend non stop.
post #37 of 54
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Originally Posted by beastaudio View Post

You see any new Jimi Hendrix's or Stevie Ray Vauhgns on the horizon? its all going to crap. And im only 28!!!!

Young talent, hmm. I like a Violinist named Joshua Bell, although he's not that young anymore (44). I recommend "Romance of the Violin" as a starting point for his work.

I (used to) like Norah Jones, she was quite young when discovered and her first 2 albums are superb. She made enough money that she "experimented" a lot after that.

Adele might be the closest thing right now. She's young, great voice, although I only like about 1/2 the songs on her "21" album. The next Stevie Ray Vaughn- will there ever be one? Do the youth of today value quality and origionality or are we swamped with retreads, remakes, and remixes? Look at the movies- most movies are just sequels anymore, because they are guarenteed to make money- creativity be damned.

But this thread is about Dubstep so I'll bring it back with this:
"Going Quantum". He makes a new free mix every week. I've got all of his free music and it's pretty good stuff (although he mixes other people's songs mostly). One of the catagories he does that I really like is called "Liquid Dubstep" which is my favorite I think- kind of unique.

Check out "Crave You" by Adventure Club.
I really liked Skrillex's remixes of La Roux songs such as "In for the Kill"- wish I could find an MP3 of that song
post #38 of 54
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You see any new Jimi Hendrix's or Stevie Ray Vauhgns on the horizon? its all going to crap. And im only 28!!!!

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Originally Posted by djkest View Post

Young talent, hmm. I like a Violinist named Joshua Bell, although he's not that young anymore (44). I recommend "Romance of the Violin" as a starting point for his work.

I (used to) like Norah Jones, she was quite young when discovered and her first 2 albums are superb. She made enough money that she "experimented" a lot after that.

Adele might be the closest thing right now. She's young, great voice, although I only like about 1/2 the songs on her "21" album. The next Stevie Ray Vaughn- will there ever be one? Do the youth of today value quality and origionality or are we swamped with retreads, remakes, and remixes? Look at the movies- most movies are just sequels anymore, because they are guarenteed to make money- creativity be damned.

Head to youtube and do a little research on Tosin Abasi of "Animals As Leaders" and "T.R.A.M" fame. While no Hendrix or Vaughn, as he's not a blues player, he's quite creative musically as well as technique wise (...considering his use of the "thumping" technique originally used by a few world class bassists...).

Adele's most certainly talented, and I can say I've heard my fair share of her music, but if great talent is what you're looking for, you're most likely gonna have to look below the surface of what's widely accepted as mainstream greatness these days as what sells is most likely to be simple, easily digestible media as most listeners prefer it that way (...I'm sure you guys already know this considering the thread we're posting in, and the artists I've seen you guys mention ...). To be fair, I guess I'll throw a disclaimer in there and say that, music is an art form, and as such is subjective, so beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

Regarding dubstep and electronic music in general, I find that I like it, but don't listen to it too often or for too long. If it gets somewhat repetitive to my ears, I lose interest. With that said, I've found some stuff here on the forum that I've gotten into thanks to these threads.
post #39 of 54
I don't know exactly what genre this is but you might like it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8ABY...ext=1&index=32
post #40 of 54
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You see any new Jimi Hendrix's or Stevie Ray Vauhgns on the horizon? its all going to crap. And im only 28!!!!

Enjoy Kenny Wayne Shepherd while he's around...good chance he will be the last of his kind.
post #41 of 54
Thread Starter 

Some good stuff in here
Linkin Park were one of my favorite bands back in the day.
The first two albums could do no wrong.

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Originally Posted by WiSounds View Post

Pendulum is not DnB, they are a band. After "Still Grey", they started becoming something else entirely. Although the intro to "Slam" was pretty epic, and "Kingston Vampires" still gets a play.

Still pretty good though, like Perkins said.
Back when I played DDR ( don't judge ) buddies and I had a bunch of modded songs on the machine. Kingston Vampires was one of them and it was hard as all hell. I'll never forget that.

Slam and The Otherside are my two favorite Pendulum songs probably.
post #42 of 54
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what would you classify Pretty Lights as?

Hmmm.... I'd say PL is nearly DnB but maybe that's cuz I like em and try and catch 'Tha Hot S**t' on Sirius when I can.
post #43 of 54
Quote:
Originally Posted by djkest View Post

Young talent, hmm. I like a Violinist named Joshua Bell, although he's not that young anymore (44). I recommend "Romance of the Violin" as a starting point for his work.

I (used to) like Norah Jones, she was quite young when discovered and her first 2 albums are superb. She made enough money that she "experimented" a lot after that.

Adele might be the closest thing right now. She's young, great voice, although I only like about 1/2 the songs on her "21" album. The next Stevie Ray Vaughn- will there ever be one? Do the youth of today value quality and origionality or are we swamped with retreads, remakes, and remixes? Look at the movies- most movies are just sequels anymore, because they are guarenteed to make money- creativity be damned.

But this thread is about Dubstep so I'll bring it back with this:
"Going Quantum". He makes a new free mix every week. I've got all of his free music and it's pretty good stuff (although he mixes other people's songs mostly). One of the catagories he does that I really like is called "Liquid Dubstep" which is my favorite I think- kind of unique.

Check out "Crave You" by Adventure Club.
I really liked Skrillex's remixes of La Roux songs such as "In for the Kill"- wish I could find an MP3 of that song

Um, not huge into skrillex but I do like that song so far. The Adventure club? not just that song but several others I have found through soundcloud is all I have listened to all weekend. Their stuff is AMAZING!!! Awesome looking out!

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Originally Posted by KtrainHurricane View Post

Enjoy Kenny Wayne Shepherd while he's around...good chance he will be the last of his kind.

Great stuff there

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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

Hmmm.... I'd say PL is nearly DnB but maybe that's cuz I like em and try and catch 'Tha Hot S**t' on Sirius when I can.

haha, I love PL, but im just getting into this new stuff, it's quite addicting and can hype you up faster than anything else I know of short of a super technical guitar solo.
post #44 of 54
Philharmonic meets dubstep, warning play -6db b/c its HOT.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5JAxg...e_gdata_player
post #45 of 54
I listen to everything from rock to rap, country to classical. I love dubstep as well. I've had this song on repeat for the last few days. Reminds me of the old ragga jungle days.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PR_u9rvFKzE
post #46 of 54
Ok guys,

This is major bass!!!!
I'm warning you start low then let he rip.

1st thump is at 1:04

I have 120 gigs of this kind of music (Psybient) and they practically have all that kind of bass.
The best thing is that this kind of music is NOT aggravating.

Enjoy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j9gglSp18Is

If you want more let me know!
post #47 of 54
This song has been infecting my brain for a few days.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__SblD-8M6Q
post #48 of 54
nice thread!

I recently became a big fan of dubstep.

it s a very intresting music gerne with a lot of Bass.

keep posting guys and plz dont start fighting

thereis always a reason why some people like chocolate
and others like vanilla
post #49 of 54
Hey guys i recently made a dubstep mix and my mates seem to think its pretty good lol just wanted a second opinion peeps just click the link guys ta http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei27sJKu2EA&feature=plcp share and like plz also guys
post #50 of 54
post #51 of 54
New World Dub 01, mix of artists
New World Groove, mix of artists
post #52 of 54
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2WuAPfaapY

Rusko 'Cockney Thug' (Caspa remix)

NSFW
post #53 of 54
Some more dirty bass
post #54 of 54
i like relax dubstep or with female vocale, like http://dubsdub.com playlist
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