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post #31 of 47
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Originally Posted by Alpha Mike View Post

 

This is one of my faves: 

Thom Yorke/Burial/Four Tet - Mirror

 

I wish I could get a real download or CD!


How about the 12"?

 

http://www.discogs.com/sell/list?release_id=2770087&ev=rb

 

post #32 of 47

Dafuq?  I had no idea this thread existed, there is an overall EDM thread and a "dubstep" thread but I like this.  

 

I dont know how many of you guys live in the US, but the dubstep scene has been completely ruined where Im from.  Brostep has taken over for the most part.  I have a few friends that like the deep vibes but not many.  Every tuesday night at the venue that hosts 90% of our events, there is a sub pressure night for free..local DJs spin real dubstep, and it is quite enjoyable.  

 

I would really love to travel over to europe and see some of my favorite producers, but that probably wont happen for a while.

 

Posted this in the EDM thread too but whatever..current song Im listening to, on repeat because its so good k701smile.gif

 

 

Other producers I listen to:

 

Phaeleh

Kryptic Minds

Burial

Truth

J:Kenzo

Icicle

Synkro 

DMZ

Goth-Trad

V.I.V.E.K

Kromestar

 

Many more..

 

Long live the sub bass

post #33 of 47

It's not like Americans have ever improved something tongue_smile.gif

 

Anywaaayz, the BBC airs some intelligent dubstep, Scuba did an essential mix this week.

post #34 of 47

Guys, I guess this thread needs to be reopened. I have just started listening to dub/electronica. I don't like most of it but a few I have been able to get into James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Shigeto, Flying Lotus and Eluvium. 

 

I am basically looking for something on those lines - ambient with a slight dub influence. I do not like to much of repetitve loud beats or trance or house. Any recommendations??

 

Also, by birth I am a metalhead.

 

BTW. This is the track which blew my mind and turned me in this direction...

 

post #35 of 47
Well looks like Ive just found my favorite thread!
Loving a few of James Blake´s songs!

My favorite producer ATM is Phaeleh...closely followed by Blackmill

Check out the albums Fallen Light and The Cold In You by Phaeleh and both of Blackmill´s



Wish this guy had more tunes!


Please keep the great recommendations coming!

I know its not Dubstep but I immediatly thought of James Blake when I heard it and I think all you guys would appreciate this...The new XX album has more of an electronic vibe, check out "Try" loving this!
Edited by danny93 - 12/5/12 at 12:23pm
post #36 of 47

Great stuff in here.

 

One of my favorites - Ben Verse:

 

 


Edited by Origin89 - 12/5/12 at 4:29pm
post #37 of 47
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

Guys, I guess this thread needs to be reopened. I have just started listening to dub/electronica. I don't like most of it but a few I have been able to get into James Blake, Mount Kimbie, Shigeto, Flying Lotus and Eluvium. 

 

I am basically looking for something on those lines - ambient with a slight dub influence. I do not like to much of repetitve loud beats or trance or house. Any recommendations??

 

Also, by birth I am a metalhead.

 

BTW. This is the track which blew my mind and turned me in this direction...

 

 

 

That James Blake song reminds me so much of Burial. If you haven't already, check out his "Untrue" album. A haunting experience, and probably the best Dubstep album I've ever heard. It's an oldie, so I know most people are already aboard, but it's essential.

 

 


Edited by Origin89 - 12/5/12 at 4:47pm
post #38 of 47

Guys, I did some research and found a few nice Electronic/ Dub artists. Check em out, if you haven't already:

 

  1. Baths
  2. Four Tet
  3. Lapalux
  4. Gold Panda
  5. Teebs
  6. Shlohmo
  7. Mux Mool
  8. Sepalcure
  9. Flying Lotus
  10. Mount Kimbie
  11. Shigeto
  12. Sbtrkt

 

With an album art this, I don't think one can make a mistake:

 


Edited by wrathzombie - 12/10/12 at 12:18am
post #39 of 47

really good syncopated stuff here. great grooves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

less dubstep more jazz *** MUST LISTEN TO THIS GUY  if you have a soul !!!! huge huge huge songs*** :

 

 


Edited by steelle - 12/10/12 at 3:28pm
post #40 of 47

Sleeper & District:

 

 

Youngsta & Seven:

 

 

Commodo:

 

post #41 of 47

This is really tasty. 

 

post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by mushlova View Post

Bay Area Dubstep (BAD) Vol I and II.

 

start from there, unbelieveble stuff

just listened to BAD vol II and HAD to bump this post. big thank you for recommendation, **** is unreal. really really loving the sound.

post #43 of 47

700

 

 

 

Hey guys, 

 

THANK YOU for this thread. I've been listening to some of

these artists on MOG and it is a nice change of GENRE for

me.  I find it easy to listen to this type of music while I'm

reading stuff on the netz.

 

Muchos Gracious!

 

LA mitchell

 

 

 


Edited by LAmitchell - 12/11/12 at 12:16am
post #44 of 47

 

http://www.hyperdub.net/releases/view/149/HDB059

^ Burial's Kindred EP is only 4$ in WAV

Also his new project comes out on Dec. 17, this is the 2-minute preview:

http://prettymuchamazing.com/music/stream/preview-new-burial-truant-rough-sleeperv

 

if you click on the homepage there's some videos of new James Blake songs performed live


Edited by Thankful1 - 12/13/12 at 9:57pm
post #45 of 47
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Originally Posted by wrathzombie View Post

Guys, I did some research and found a few nice Electronic/ Dub artists. Check em out, if you haven't already:

 

  1. Baths
  2. Four Tet
  3. Lapalux
  4. Gold Panda
  5. Teebs
  6. Shlohmo
  7. Mux Mool
  8. Sepalcure
  9. Flying Lotus
  10. Mount Kimbie
  11. Shigeto
  12. Sbtrkt

 

Thanks soooo much for this...some great stuff here, would never had found it if you hadn´t posted it!

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