is it really thoughGrievous Angel wrote:No, a lot of the people here were junglists.
dnb is still my passion though spending more on dubstep and spending more time producing it
we're not all assholes
hell doa has plenty of dubstep threads mix and tune wise
this thread just pissed off alot of dancefloor/clownstep heads
oh and neuro is new name for tech step imo
i wouldnt go that farincyde wrote:to me its just one of the initial signs that the dnb scene is declining in popularity and its fans who are fed up with it are seeing more and more how much dubstep is on an entirely different level..... exponential growth is what i'm sayin..... exponential!
dubstep has alot of fans from dnb and other ug genres picking it up but thats hardly coming near mainstream or becoming as big alone as dnb
first dubstep article/review i saw was in 04 in an imported british mag
but till i see dubstep taking main room instead of secondary at main nites in uk much as dmz shows are huge, but not as big as herbal etc in uk
blah not saying more
love to see dubstep be main focus here in states for some parties though least locally hell im trying to do it
just haters of dnb on here need to recognize as much as dnb haters of dubstep
That was I, in this thread belowThe Wiggle Baron wrote:Ive got to say I think this forum (at least at the moment) is very good when it comes to not bitching about things they dont know about. I cant remember who but someone somewhere said whats special about here is peoples ability to present their opinion as just that. Not as fact. I thought it was a pretty fair comment.pete bubonic wrote:Just as many dickheads on this forum bitching about things they don't know about. Dubstep and DnB heads are pretty much the same crowd and by bitching about them, you're just making yourself look foolish. Mainstream DnB may not be the sound you like, but constant bitching about stuff you really shouldn't care about is the downfall of ALL internet message boards.Furiouz wrote:True!SHNYDE wrote:dogsonacid is the worst forum on earth, full of neurofunk (gayest sub-genre name i reckon) twats with nothing to do but slag shit off and complain about their lack of 'scene'
they're just jealous I reckon!
But also, who ever said people bitching about something they dont know aaaaalll that much about is all that bad? If its still put forward as an opinion it deserves as much respect as any other post, aslong as that person accepts that its just more likely to be shot down factually, s'all. An opinion is still an opinion, just uninformed perhaps.
...or at least thats my opinion
http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?p ... ht=#194941
I dont see how it's valid to compare the music of dubstep to dnb.... & compareing one scene to another scene is just redundant.
I mean no disrespect but I seriously have never understood this statement - and you are not the first to allude to it being a chill genre. I do find that I mostly get this perspective from dnb heads... I have never seen dubstep as inherently evil or dark or chill or stoney to the point of lethargy... There are songs that fit those descriptions but they are not necessarily definitive I think.evanstewy wrote:Dubstep is to go out with your mates, have a beer and chill out.
How the hell did I last for ten hours of pure top rankin skankin at the DMZ 2 year if this music isn't meant for dancing? or high energy?
From Dave Q to Plastician with short breaks to pee or have a piece of chicken I was there from start to finish sweating my nads off.
its this kind of attitude that gets a lot of people in the dnb scenes back up. I understand that you have real passion for dubstep but you just sound arrogant. Why cant both scenes thrive? Why for one scene to be boundary pushing, soulfull and fresh does the other have to be stagnant, mechanical and stale? And its not as though this is the first time a bunch of people into dnb have upped sticks and decided to play/produce another genre, remember ukg? That was far more popular than dubstep has ever become (I recognise the relationship between ukg and dubstep, of course) and a lot more of the original junglists switched, including me, hailing that dnb was dead.....exactly what a lot of dubstep fans are saying now, its a shortsighted and naive view and one which I wish I hadnt taken back in 97/98 because it meant that I missed out on a lot of classic tracks from the 99/00 era before I got back into dnbincyde wrote:to me its just one of the initial signs that the dnb scene is declining in popularity and its fans who are fed up with it are seeing more and more how much dubstep is on an entirely different level..... exponential growth is what i'm sayin..... exponential!
neither dnb or dubstep has ever been about girls. Dont get me wrong, Id love to see more girls at both types of night but the blokes are in the majority...if you want to go out for the girls there is always funky/electro house or rnb clubsdrum syndicate wrote:I see more ladies inna dance at the Dubstep shows than I do at the dnb shows. That's a part of what seals the deal for me. I'm over going to events where there's 10+ guys to each 1 female. If I wanna go sit in a room with a bunch of guys and make noise, I'll go bbq at a friend's house, get a bunch of beer, and throw on some sports or some shit.
I wouldn't call half the people pissing and moaning in that thread 'Junglists'. If they were 'Junglists' they'd listen to music that actually sounded like jungle, instead of the pish that gets played in the big raves nowadays.Baron_von_Carlton wrote:http://www.dogsonacid.com/showthread.ph ... genumber=1
Why are Junglists so obsessed with Dubstep.
Im not trying to start any hate it just made me laugh.Its only fuckin music.
If anyone's interested in hearing some decent drum and bass, I did a mix a couple of weeks ago which pretty much covers all the bases of good dnb, from more experimental choppy and mimimal things, through to bass-heavy Bristol-style rollers and techy stuff as well. Few classics in there too!
http://www.pezholio.co.uk/mixes/Pez_-_R ... Bowler.mp3
+1dj_lean wrote:...hailing that dnb was dead.....exactly what a lot of dubstep fans are saying now, its a shortsighted and naive view and one which I wish I hadnt taken back in 97/98 because it meant that I missed out on a lot of classic tracks from the 99/00 era before I got back into dnb
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