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Postby Montgomery Burns » Sun May 29, 2011 6:41 pm

apmje wrote:
Montgomery Burns wrote:I just reply "Dub" ...


And by that you mean the sick and filthly dubstep! Right?? :o


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Postby JensMadsen » Sun May 29, 2011 6:43 pm

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Postby Duffman » Sun May 29, 2011 7:11 pm

Most things really.

I could have a discussion about any genre of music really as long as the music in that genre interests me somewhat, so a discussion about the top 40 is a no no. I was actually having a discussion about metal with a guy the other night and I haven't listened to it in ages.
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Postby syrup » Sun May 29, 2011 8:45 pm

^i remember watching the video your avatar' s from... can you link me up, possibly?
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Postby Stuuka » Sun May 29, 2011 11:08 pm

my favourite and most commonly used one nowadays is..

Them: "What's music you into then?"
Me: "Weight"
Them: "What?"
Me:"Just weight."
Me: "...And also UK Funky and Garage!"
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Postby charliefoy » Sun May 29, 2011 11:41 pm

Who else cringes at the word 'Dubstep'
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Postby snypadub » Sun May 29, 2011 11:56 pm

I think the answer: a bit of everything, is proper cliche but that kinda sums it up for me if I want to keep the convo unspecific.
Obviously i'm not into a bit of everything, that would be ridiculous as no one is into a bit of everything.
I'm into bass in a big way; from old funk tunes with a sick bass riff to popular hip hop, through varying styles of house to deep rolling dubstep. But that would put people off if I said it like that so I just respond, 'a bit of everything'.
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Postby charleswpeck » Mon May 30, 2011 12:04 am

Stuuka wrote:my favourite and most commonly used one nowadays is..

Them: "What's music you into then?"
Me: "Weight"
Them: "What?"
Me:"Just weight."


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Postby wolf89 » Mon May 30, 2011 12:56 am

charliefoy wrote:Who else cringes at the word 'Dubstep'


Not me because I'm not image conscious enough to think it matters what people think of my taste.
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Postby 55stevieboy2010 » Mon May 30, 2011 1:03 am

CMOOOOOON GUYS!! fuck me dubstep aint a genre to be ashamed of. In my opinion if i was into brostep and said im into brostep, yes id be ashamed but not dubstep. So to answer the question..what music are you into (which ill generally be asked once or twice a night i simply say dubstep BUT the original dark underground sound not the new heavy shit. fuck me thought u lot had more balls than to be ashamed of our music
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Postby Duffman » Mon May 30, 2011 1:20 am

55stevieboy2010 wrote:CMOOOOOON GUYS!! fuck me dubstep aint a genre to be ashamed of. In my opinion if i was into brostep and said im into brostep, yes id be ashamed but not dubstep. So to answer the question..what music are you into (which ill generally be asked once or twice a night i simply say dubstep BUT the original dark underground sound not the new heavy shit. fuck me thought u lot had more balls than to be ashamed of our music

It's not that people are embarrassed by the dubstep they listen to, it's what the other person will think they are into whenever they say they like dubstep. They aren't going to think "Aww nice, he's into Mala and Burial", they are going to think "Fuck me that tit likes mid range ear rape shit that made my dog go deaf".
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Postby Ayatollah » Mon May 30, 2011 1:22 am

charliefoy wrote:Who else cringes at the word 'Dubstep'


I know I do. 1.It has been co-opted by people and music that I don't listen to or identify myself with,
2.I've grown kinda tired of the "dubstep" (proper dubstep, not brostep) sound and now I listen mostly to the stuff that is on the fringe of what can be called "dubstep". I feel like most of the talent has moved on as well, it's important to keep things fresh and moving. and
3. I really could care less about claiming a word, let the brostep kids have it and rave about their "filthy dub".
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Postby wolf89 » Mon May 30, 2011 1:27 am

If I say I dj and play dubstep I then go on to describe what style I play. Is that so hard?
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Postby zinny » Mon May 30, 2011 1:41 am

"Non mainstream dubstep"
"Fucking hipster!"

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Postby Sexual_Chocolate » Mon May 30, 2011 1:44 am

wolf89 wrote:If I say I dj and play dubstep I then go on to describe what style I play. Is that so hard?


i say the same.

dubstep is the door opener for me

once i have someones attention i tend to flick over to shit from boddika or even some Funky haha
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Postby sayno » Mon May 30, 2011 1:50 am

i would tell you but, you've probably never heard of it...
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Postby cloud capture » Mon May 30, 2011 3:05 am

I usually just say aphex twin. The conversation either ends or begins there.
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Postby anadin_xtra » Mon May 30, 2011 3:16 am

cloud capture wrote:I usually just say aphex twin. The conversation either ends or begins there.


this! haha so ashamed to say i like dubstep nowadays i'm always spend like a minute after someone asks me trying to think of something better to say
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Postby F L U X » Mon May 30, 2011 10:57 am

I always say just anything that's good, but I mostly listen to rock, metal, dubstep, that kind of thing. I'm not ashamed to say it because half of my friends have never even heard of it! (They're not the brightest pennies in the light bulb...)
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Postby CrippsCorner » Mon May 30, 2011 11:36 am

Brostep.

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I dunno really, I guess I would say dubstep & drum and bass. Garage... well now I love garage, but it's not so much that it's an embarrassing word, if the fact they just think 'Flowers' & 'Sorry' etc. so I tend to avoid that one. Don't wanna confuse people with 'future' garage :corncry:
Yeah mate dubstep's cool. Kinda prefer tech house these days. Gnome sayin'
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