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Friday Music - Dubstep Edition
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10029 posts
LOL WTF



Some real dubstep for yo:



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Red
Sydney, New South Wales
1003 posts
That korn track is really good.
08:58am 23/08/12 Permalink
casa
Brisbane, Queensland
4715 posts

It's Thursday you c*** :(
09:00am 23/08/12 Permalink
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10030 posts
Yeah it's f*****g awesome, I f*****g love it.

...

It reminds me of this:



Oh wait, no it doesn't!
09:00am 23/08/12 Permalink
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10031 posts
casa no u
09:01am 23/08/12 Permalink
ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
15767 posts
fail thread because it's thursday and because it's dubstep.


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Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
7304 posts
Friday? Ugh. It's Thursday! Don't make me go all Rebecca Black on this thread. And Dubstep? Psh.

I see your Dubstep and raise you "Dear Peach (Luigi Love Song.)"


Not quite as good as SCV Love Song, but it's Nerd Alert's latest track that came out yesterday.
09:16am 23/08/12 Permalink
eXemplar
Brisbane, Queensland
2794 posts
You came a day early - they make pills for that.
09:20am 23/08/12 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
7326 posts


Loving Klayplex, they actually do some good dubstep.
09:29am 23/08/12 Permalink
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10034 posts
Nice Raven

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arkter
Gold Coast, Queensland
887 posts
You came a day early - they make pills for that.

HAH
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Clubby
Brisbane, Queensland
884 posts


I'll just leave this here.
11:16am 23/08/12 Permalink
dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10048 posts
hehe that was good
11:32am 23/08/12 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17113 posts
gosh it is so funny the rage it induces for people to write stupid articles like that

At some point in 2012, it will become impossible for producers to create a new, original dubstep track. It won't be for lack of creativity or trying. But there are only so many ways to arrange female vocals, a wobbly bass, and a huge drop. And we as a society are fast approaching these limits.


Really?
12:59pm 23/08/12 Permalink
IncrEdible_vEgetable
Brisbane, Queensland
2137 posts
There's no. No no no no. No no no no. No no there's no limit.
01:14pm 23/08/12 Permalink
Sc00bs
Brisbane, Queensland
8965 posts


my mates working on a hardcore/hardstyle version of korn-adidas as an intro song for his set on sat night =) gonna b siiick
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Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
7307 posts
I simply don't understand dubstep. Like, I don't understand what makes something dubstep.
I try to listen to examples of people posting it and all I hear is noise. So I invariably go back to listening to Queen, Michael Jackson, and ... uhh... Nickelback.

Also, just for Vegetable:


Hm, sounds a hell of a lot like KI Feeling from the Killer Instinct soundtrack:


Ohhhh, you mean it all sounds the same? :P

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paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17114 posts
I simply don't understand dubstep. Like, I don't understand what makes something dubstep.


the beat isn't 128bpm which is the standard for most electronic dance music

it is more like 140bpm

and that is really all it is if you want to be completely definitive

the sounds that skrillex makes or anyone else is purely their own thing - because people don't know what dubstep is they associate skrillex's harsh sound (forgetting about the baseline) = dubstep

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eski
Perth, Western Australia
1046 posts
I wouldve said traditionally dubstep is actually a lot slower than dance music, prolly around 100bpm, but I have an older definition of dubstep than wubwubwub. I would argue it's more defined by its beat than the heavy basslines people know today.

In retrospect, maybe we're saying the same thing but defining the time signature differently.
01:47pm 23/08/12 Permalink
Eorl
Brisbane, Queensland
7329 posts
I'm not as fond of Skrillex as I use to, he has one or two nice catchy songs but I much prefer Nero, UKF or Klaypex just because they are a lot less seizure inducing and comparatively slower.
01:55pm 23/08/12 Permalink
thermite
Brisbane, Queensland
10086 posts
Yeah I dunno what is dubstep, but when I hear it, I just think of some f*****g loser sitting around with a sound editing program listening to Skrillex and thinking "cha-ching.. i can just copy this s***!"

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paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17115 posts
nah it's 140bpm, there is also a bit of an inbetween 130~ ish sound people create

it's amazing the difference just a small deviation from the standard 128 makes

that new track is a great example of nonskrill/knife party dubstep, it has nothing to do with what other sounds they add in

i personally prefer rip my nuts off hard like skrills and knife party and s***, but that's probably because i grew up listening to korn and the like when i was a kid

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eski
Perth, Western Australia
1047 posts
Ok, but if I only count the beat as falling on the kick, as with dance music, then it becomes 70bpm.

This is what I call something approaching dubstep as I know it. Not the pumped up skrillex bulls***, which is actually also pretty awesome.



Dub was always slower than 4/4 dance, as was two step. Most of the s*** I hear these days that people call dubstep is more like Drum and Bass than dub or twostep.

Left4DeadStep!

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Sc00bs
Brisbane, Queensland
8967 posts
eski i think the oldschool "dubstep" is leaning towards dram n bass styles rather than the 'new' dubstep which is nearly teetering on gabbers (slower side at 150bpm)
02:26pm 23/08/12 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17116 posts
yeah bro dubstep's pretty much defined as 140bpm, if such a definition existed. and i believe that dubstep was basically derived from drum and base so you are in the right area

you need to get over skrillex his style is not THE definition of dubstep, that is purely his take on dubstep and what he does with the bass and sounds he makes. his background is actually heavy metal screamer/shouty type s***, he was a singer(screamer) for some metal band back in the day. he's basically bringing heavy metal to dance music

there are so many other people making dubstep out there that sound nothing like skrillex and have been doing for longer than he has

magnetic man are considered godfathers of sorts within the dubstep world, shame i missed them at parklife last year



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Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
34152 posts
140bpm <3

some of my favourites














holy f***, brown note much;

dubstep is like any music style, its got good stuff, its god bad stuff

note sure if this quite qualifies as dubstep, but ill throw it in as a bonus anyway:



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ctd
UK
10059 posts
138-140bpm RULZ for trance! Aly & Fila, Simon Patterson, Judge Jules, John OCallaghan etc.

Speaking of Skrillex and terri dubstep... recently tomorrowland was held (massive dance music festival here in europe) and this chick decided to go next level shizbomb.
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paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17118 posts
hahaha holy f*** ctd

so many levels of just f***ed-up-ness

i was watching and i thinking 'can't be' .... did
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ravn0s
Brisbane, Queensland
15777 posts
wtf did she piss or take a runny s***?
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paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
17119 posts
i believe she took a s*** but because she was sitting flat on her ass she smeared it over the ground when she half tried to wipe her ass by sliding forward when she got up, i reckon most of it is still stuck between her ass cheeks (probably still is right now)
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dais
Brisbane, Queensland
10235 posts


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