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Spreadin' the Vibe...Dubstep in Chiapas, Mexico

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Postby kee » Mon Aug 06, 2007 1:00 am

I'm in San Cristobal de las Casas in the state of Chiapas, Mexico on a fellowship...studying Spanish, kickin' it around a bit, writing music, and dj'ing.

Nobody here knew anything about dubstep. They know plenty about dub, reggae, ska, punk, and a million rockin' indiginous forms of percussive mayhem.

It's been mad cool to watch faces twist and asses quiver when that 50hz hits.

I figure folks in D.F. are up on dubstep. Any1 know anything about Mexican and Central/South American dubstep? I know Brazil is on the map, but where else? What types of sounds are coming out of fuckin' Honduras and Columbia and Argentina and Chile?¡¿!

Also, a few tunes I've written while here are posted on www.virb.com/searchl1te - "Language Barrier", "Menaced", "The Healing" - all of which contain elements of field recordings I've been making in Mexico. Links to the full pack of street music and ambience to come...

Tight like the mask on Marcos.
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Postby westernsynthetics » Mon Aug 06, 2007 8:46 am

top stuff mate...lookin forward to those sample packs should be interesting! I plan to do this on my trip to Vietnam soon :)

Big ups South American crew! Keep us posted on whats happening over there :D
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Postby dq » Mon Aug 06, 2007 3:32 pm

wow. nice one. love the idea of dubstep in rural mexico.
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Postby incyde » Mon Aug 06, 2007 4:21 pm

big up man, push the worldwide sound! always been a fan of latin music, would love to hear more people incorporating that with the 140-bpm and sub-bass 8)
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Postby tranquera » Tue Aug 07, 2007 2:43 am

Muito loco!

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Postby kee » Tue Aug 07, 2007 2:47 am

Tranquera wrote:Muito loco!

:D


¡Que buena onda!
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Postby ossia » Tue Aug 07, 2007 12:43 pm

my best friends, two mexican brothers, are from there!
by the way if u read this hermanos: GET IN CONTACT U MEXICAN JOKERS!Everytime i come brixton i cant get in touch!!!

o yeah and big up u for reppin the steppin in the stix!!!!
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Postby cardopusher » Wed Aug 08, 2007 8:27 pm

yooo!

Im a breakcore and dubstep producer from South America too (Caracas, Venezuela).

i have been releasing stuff on Peace Off, Damage, Ruff, Wood and soon i will release a dubstep/breakz 12'' on Terminal Dusk. (also the Ruff03 on Ruff/Peace Off has 1 of my hybrid dubstep-rave-breaks trax)

it's cool to know people who is interested in dubstep in this side of the world, keep spreading the word!!!

best,

cardo

www.cardopusher.com

ps. on www.peaceoff.org you can listen preview of my breakcore and dubstep works and check www.terminaldusk.com to listen preview trax of my upcoming 12''
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Postby computo » Wed Aug 08, 2007 9:00 pm

Im sure people will dispute this, but i coined the phrase "Peace Off"...
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Postby kee » Fri Aug 10, 2007 12:13 am

cardopusher wrote:yooo!

Im a breakcore and dubstep producer from South America too (Caracas, Venezuela).

i have been releasing stuff on Peace Off, Damage, Ruff, Wood and soon i will release a dubstep/breakz 12'' on Terminal Dusk. (also the Ruff03 on Ruff/Peace Off has 1 of my hybrid dubstep-rave-breaks trax)

it's cool to know people who is interested in dubstep in this side of the world, keep spreading the word!!!

best,

cardo

www.cardopusher.com

ps. on www.peaceoff.org you can listen preview of my breakcore and dubstep works and check www.terminaldusk.com to listen preview trax of my upcoming 12''


oh hell yes. i know your work. i had no idea you were from venezuela!!! big fukin ups!! in fact, "imbecile master" is in a set of mine i posted several months ago - http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?t ... ardopusher
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Postby cooptrol » Thu Oct 02, 2008 3:05 pm

revamping this post....im a southamerican producer too

im part of Duster Recordings, a label from UK. they have focused on
releasing some southamerican dusbtep artists like Boonk, ZoundColector,
Burguez, and me.

check it out:

http://www.myspace.com/dustertia
http://dusternetwork.ning.com/

and this is a dj mix i did with Duster tracks:

http://www.cooptrol.com/Cooptrol_DJmix_DusterRecs.zip
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Member of Duster Recordings, UK
http://www.myspace.com/cooptrol
http://dusternetwork.ning.com/profile/Cooptrol
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