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post #46 of 82

Clipping sawtooth synthesizers ≠ dubstep

post #47 of 82

Not trying to be "that" guy, but the genre of dubstep has become a huge confusing mess. I was listening to Rusko, Skrillex, and Flux Pavillion calling it dubstep, ALL THE WHILE not even knowing that it would be the first glimpse of the start of a new side genre called complextro. It's a matter of personal preference. I feel like these 4 genres though get the MOST mixed up and often used incorrectly. **** even I feel like I get these genres mixed up. I know that labeling things is kind of a buzz kill, but electronic music has become way to confusing for it's own good. 

 

Complextro

 

Dubstep

 

Post-Dubstep

 

Electro-House

 

 

Personally I love Post-Dubstep. I definitely prefer it over the alternatives. 

 

 

 

post #48 of 82

Whatever you wanna call it, dubstep is new to me.  And I like it.  I will be getting some more of it, that's for sure.

post #49 of 82

Electronic, Dubstep, Post-dubstep, House... whatever. It's music. smily_headphones1.gif

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlnH17ozylI&hd=1

post #50 of 82

My current favorite dubstep artist is gotta be zomboy or flux pavilion, coyote kisses aren't bad either.  I usually listen to "melodic" dubstep, not too heavy or glichy.

post #51 of 82

The new Zeds Dead album released today!

 

http://soundcloud.com/zedsdead

post #52 of 82

Coyote Kisses are waaaay more advanced melodically than anything else happening in dubstep right now

post #53 of 82

Sure, it's ****ty youtube/soundcloud/whatever quality, but at least it's something. Lossless can be found around the interwebz (or just go to beatport and support the artist).smily_headphones1.gif

 

 

 

http://www.beatport.com/release/go-to-a-rave/821295

 


Edited by jworl - 2/16/12 at 9:55pm
post #54 of 82

The way i see it, there is original style UK dubstep from guys like Mala, Loefah, early Skream etc... massive sub bass slugs, extremely minimal, emphasis on space, roots in UK garage etc.. and then there's the horrific US-led chainsaw bass crap of people like Skrillex, Excision, Bar9, etc... it really, really hurts my ears and the whole "out filthing" idea is just really juvenile IMO. Dubstep is just following Jungle before it and it'll continue to branch out even further. 

post #55 of 82
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Originally Posted by puzl View Post

The way i see it, there is original style UK dubstep from guys like Mala, Loefah, early Skream etc... massive sub bass slugs, extremely minimal, emphasis on space, roots in UK garage etc.. and then there's the horrific US-led chainsaw bass crap of people like Skrillex, Excision, Bar9, etc... it really, really hurts my ears and the whole "out filthing" idea is just really juvenile IMO. Dubstep is just following Jungle before it and it'll continue to branch out even further. 


dt880smile.png Out filthing? Are you joking? While I'm sure there are people out there who have that stance (I guess we'll call it a stance), you do realize it's possible that people simply like the new electronic styles that are coming out, right? I like Skream, Benga, Loefah, and the a lot of the original UK acts, but I also like the US artists that have emerged.

post #56 of 82

I was unaware of this thread, so Ill contribute.  There is a huge growing thread for all EDM that I post in as well, check it out if you havent.  A thread for dubstep alone is awesome though.

 

Some genuinely good tunes for your ears.  If you havent heard them, I highly suggest listening k701smile.gif

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENJOY! biggrin.gif

post #57 of 82

Here's a few I recommend....smile.gif

12th planet
Bassnectar
Benga
Burial 
Big chocolate
Big gigantic
Borgore
Camo & Krooked
Chase & Status
Datsik
Doctor p

Flux pavillion
Joker
Katyb
Knife party
Magnestic man
Mt eden
Porter robinson
Pretty lights
SBTRTKT
Skream
Zeds Dead

post #58 of 82

Haywyre - The Voyage

 

Absolutely amazing album!

 

post #59 of 82

The thread KTN was reffering to is this one, by the way.

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/544388/electronic-music-exchange-house-dnb-dubstep-etc

 

It's about 85% Dubstep anyway, so most of you will probably enjoy it. Come on it and link some stuff.

post #60 of 82

Biome, Goth-Trad, and Dark Sky are pretty good. Check them out.

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