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Rusko producing for Britney Spears!

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Postby displaced » Thu May 13, 2010 10:59 am

http://perezhilton.com/2010-05-12-britn ... z0nmBHK1kQ

Do us proud mate.

perezhilton wrote:Rusko AKA Chris Mercer is one of the UK's most prominent dubstep producers and now he is collaborating with Miz Britney Spears!

Read More: http://perezhilton.com/2010-05-12-britn ... z0nnnJPbpW
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Postby slushpup » Thu May 13, 2010 11:01 am

"This could be good!"
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Postby MikeE » Thu May 13, 2010 11:15 am

Clearly a sign that the apocolypse coming...


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Postby joeki » Thu May 13, 2010 11:18 am

Abandoned him long ago.

OMG was absolute shite. With the exception of one track.

Rusko hasn't produced anything worthwhile for 2 or 3 years. End of story.
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Postby 3rdeye » Thu May 13, 2010 11:23 am

Rusko wrote:"It's not superdeep, you don't listen to it on your iPod in bed with your eyes closed. It's for jumping up and down and getting wild. Dubstep has become the punk rock of the electronic-music world. Dubstep is … Bang!"


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Postby quantize » Thu May 13, 2010 11:30 am

What will come of it?, will dubstep gigs keep it's diverse following of people? Will they be replaced with stupid haircuts, brainless girls pestering the dj for the same rass track you played 20 mins ago and 5 times last week because "they can dance to that one" ? and tracks feat. Elton John?

I think this was inevitable for dubstep to break the surface, but shitney bears? I wonder what went though ruskos head at the point of signing? (apart from the S"%t load of wonga)

I for one hope that it can have its moment in the limelight and keep its undergound alive. Dnb did it, hip hop does it (in a manner). Dubstep deserves some injection of cash... but will it spend it all on gak, courfull hoodies, oversize shades and ladies of the night? or will it take the money, give a finger to the man and ride off into the sunset?
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Postby kizza2435 » Thu May 13, 2010 11:34 am

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Postby PMoos » Thu May 13, 2010 11:37 am

MikeE wrote:Clearly a sign that the apocolypse coming...


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Postby geroyche » Thu May 13, 2010 11:42 am

I'm not bothered by him doing that, but his perception of what Dubstep is disappoints me, fundamentally.
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Postby displaced » Thu May 13, 2010 11:42 am

quantize wrote:What will come of it?, will dubstep gigs keep it's diverse following of people? Will they be replaced with stupid haircuts, brainless girls pestering the dj for the same rass track you played 20 mins ago and 5 times last week because "they can dance to that one" ? and tracks feat. Elton John?

I think this was inevitable for dubstep to break the surface, but shitney bears? I wonder what went though ruskos head at the point of signing? (apart from the S"%t load of wonga)

I for one hope that it can have its moment in the limelight and keep its undergound alive. Dnb did it, hip hop does it (in a manner). Dubstep deserves some injection of cash... but will it spend it all on gak, courfull hoodies, oversize shades and ladies of the night? or will it take the money, give a finger to the man and ride off into the sunset?


To be honest, as we've seen this discussed a million times over, events with good music will still attract the same crowd as before and the 'underground' sounds and other styles we like, will still get produced and events will still go on.

All this will do is open it up to a bigger market, ultimately giving more exposure to everyone, and yes, we'll obviously get a lot of "new to scene" people, as you said requesting shit tunes at events ect... but that's not to different to events now.
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Postby Skimple » Thu May 13, 2010 11:44 am

Rusko should take advice from Britney and shave his fucking shit hairdo off like she did
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Postby Rowdy » Thu May 13, 2010 11:57 am

I heard Burial's producing for Lady GaGa.

Apparently he had this to say:
Burial wrote:It's superdeep, you listen to it on your iPod in bed with your eyes closed. It's for getting down. Dubstep has become the electronic-music world. Dubstep is … mmmmmmmmm.
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Postby quantize » Thu May 13, 2010 11:59 am

displaced wrote:
quantize wrote:What will come of it?, will dubstep gigs keep it's diverse following of people? Will they be replaced with stupid haircuts, brainless girls pestering the dj for the same rass track you played 20 mins ago and 5 times last week because "they can dance to that one" ? and tracks feat. Elton John?

I think this was inevitable for dubstep to break the surface, but shitney bears? I wonder what went though ruskos head at the point of signing? (apart from the S"%t load of wonga)

I for one hope that it can have its moment in the limelight and keep its undergound alive. Dnb did it, hip hop does it (in a manner). Dubstep deserves some injection of cash... but will it spend it all on gak, courfull hoodies, oversize shades and ladies of the night? or will it take the money, give a finger to the man and ride off into the sunset?


To be honest, as we've seen this discussed a million times over, events with good music will still attract the same crowd as before and the 'underground' sounds and other styles we like, will still get produced and events will still go on.

All this will do is open it up to a bigger market, ultimately giving more exposure to everyone, and yes, we'll obviously get a lot of "new to scene" people, as you said requesting shit tunes at events ect... but that's not to different to events now.


I hope your right dude... some geezers already going "emo" about this on the net and it would be nice not for every gig to be a complete sausagefest.

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Skimple wrote:Rusko should take advice from Britney and shave his fucking shit hairdo off like she did
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Postby quantize » Thu May 13, 2010 12:00 pm

Rowdy wrote:I heard Burial's producing for Lady GaGa.

Apparently he had this to say:
Burial wrote:It's superdeep, you listen to it on your iPod in bed with your eyes closed. It's for getting down. Dubstep has become the electronic-music world. Dubstep is … mmmmmmmmm.



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Postby herbalicious » Thu May 13, 2010 12:01 pm

Congrats to Rusko. It's a whole world away from Jah Love!! haha Hope he goes on to make a shed load of money...

Not so keen on his description of Dubstep...but, this music is a lot of different things to different people..

Good luck to him!
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Postby truefiktion » Thu May 13, 2010 12:23 pm

Welcome to the end of dubstep
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Postby Wolverine » Thu May 13, 2010 12:28 pm

truefiktion wrote:Welcome to the end of dubstep
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Postby deadly_habit » Thu May 13, 2010 12:34 pm

omg end of days, the scene is ruined!
good on him
pendulum blowing up didn't ruin dnb, photek doing film and commercial shit didn't either
chase and status making beats for rhianna killed the scene obviously
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Postby Neurotik » Thu May 13, 2010 12:44 pm

3rdeye wrote:
Rusko wrote:"It's not superdeep, you don't listen to it on your iPod in bed with your eyes closed. It's for jumping up and down and getting wild. Dubstep has become the punk rock of the electronic-music world. Dubstep is … Bang!"


hmmmmmmmm


Yeah, this description of dubstep is what disappointed me the most 2bh.
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Postby brut willis » Thu May 13, 2010 12:47 pm

geroyche wrote:I'm not bothered by him doing that, but his perception of what Dubstep is disappoints me, fundamentally.


yeah, exactly the same for me
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