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Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by pete_bubonic » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:02 pm

I've been listening to a lot of local stuff recently, Massive Attack, Portishead (counts), Young Echo, Pinch, Pev, Appleblim, Outboxx, Julio Bashmore, Roni Size, Dj Die, the list goes on and on.

And I was having a little internal debate of what my favourite was. I think probably 'Angel' or maybe 'Unfinished Symphony' by Massive Attack. But if we are to keep strictly Dubstep related, I'm struggling.

Love Quwalli (which I will misspell forever) by Pinch, The Grind from Pev, Vansam by Appleblim, Tehran by Kahn, Gully Brook Lane by Joker, Sushi Brain from Headhunter, Phoenix by Hyetal, Gatekeeper's Let Go. There's too many stone cold classics. So lets play a game. You get to nominate one with an accompanying youtube video so we all can hear the greatness. You can mention as many as you like because it'll trigger off memories for everyone, BUT ONLY NOMINATE ONE (mainly because multiple YT links on one page will freeze the forum).

I think imma have to go with with the majestic Roll with the Punches from Peverelist:

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by Muncey » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:05 pm



Love the drums on Pinch & Shackleton - Rooms Within A Room.

One of my favourite newer tunes is Zhou - Locust Dub.. in fact thats one of my favourite releases this year so far.

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by ultraspatial » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:29 pm

pete bubonic wrote:
Roll With The Punches for me as well

Gotta mention these though
Appleblim - Vansan + Gatekeeper remix
Appleblim & Gatekeeper - Tomb VIP
Pinch - Midnight Oil (and Qawwali obv)
Peverelist - Clunk Click Every Trip
Zhou - Locust Tree
Superisk - Find Your Way
Joker - Gully Brook Lane
Gemmy - Supligen or Bk 2 The Future or Jah Know
Mensah - Rock City
Shackleton - You Bring Me Down (Peverelist remix)
Beat Pharmacy ft. Spaceape - Strangers (Headhunter Remix)
Asusu - Small Hours
Dubkasm - Hail Jah In Dub

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by Muncey » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:30 pm

& digidesign

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by TopManLurka » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:49 pm

ultraspatial wrote:Joker - Gully Brook Lane
Yeah. The H vocal of this made me take these guys seriously. What happened to the purple movement?



serious cuz, how can i believe?

Massive Attack put brizzle on the map though.

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by TopManLurka » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:51 pm

3kout was one of those first ones that made me like the tear-out side of this sound too. Big up Jakes.

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by flint33 » Wed Apr 03, 2013 3:57 pm

Hard to choose one, but here is the one for me.


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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by timmyyabas » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:25 pm

initially decided to go with jakes - in the place to be, so i did't look like i was trying to brown nose pete bubonic too much by constantly linking taiko riddim.

good shout by flint33, punisher was the tune that got me into dubstep in the first place, after hearing it on the sacred symbols of mu compilation.

my favourite tune from any genre would probably be something off dope dragon. most likely mask & gang related - bass is rollin'.


eventually realised i should have went with this in the first place.
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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by TopManLurka » Wed Apr 03, 2013 4:29 pm

Anything Break does
Roni Size - Hi Potent
Roni Size - Dayz
Massive Attack - Unfinished Symphony
Fuck Buttons - Sweet Love For Planet Earth
Krust - Warhead

Are all the tunes I favour ahead of that 140 sound doe.

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Post by Func » Wed Apr 03, 2013 5:05 pm



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Post by Geey » Wed Apr 03, 2013 5:21 pm

i'd probably go with this



punisher and roll with the punches are fiyaaahh, too many great dubstep tracks came outta the brizzal

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by tomre » Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:05 pm

pete bubonic wrote:the list goes on and on.
Tricky.

Always loved thisone






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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by syrup » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:28 am

bruv, that's a fucking impossible task.

anyway, probably this


edit: a honorable mention to these tunes (all dubstep - ish) - trying to avoid what's already been posted

Jakes - 3kout
kind of nostalgic value for me, back when i was just discovering dubstep, this was the tune i always went back to in Joker's mix on Generation Bass, as i did with Haunted on dubstep warz and couple of other tunes in other mixes. Never heard anything like those wobs before that

Arkist - Fill your coffee
Smooth and relaxed, is one of those almost perfect tunes for me

Kahn - Illy
Beautifully blending the dreamy bits and the intense stuttering riddimz. one of Kahn's best bits in my opinion.

Forsaken - Taiko Riddim
This is just kick ass and you know it Pete, be proud

Pinch - Qawwali VIP
Stone cold, this tune is THE dubstep in my opinion. It just has it written all over it. (and that riser...)

Komonazmuk - Dance too
You just get sucked into this

Arkist & Kidkut - Vanilla Imitate
Too good...

Guido - Orchestral Lab
Very fitting name in my opinion. I could imagine some of those muscian mechanical toys playing that, and i definitely mean it in good

Joker - Holly Brook Park
Gangsta


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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by SheepShagga » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:22 am

No mention of Phaeleh yet ?!

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Close second is Headhunter - Sex at the Prom

Also is toasty from bristol ? If so then Angel wins.

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Post by syrup » Thu Apr 04, 2013 1:30 am

Damn, i knew i forgot someone but i'd said to myself i'd rather stop or i'll have 50 tracks on the list
Unwanted/Losing you are definitely my phaeleh faves.

And if toasty's from bristol... then yes. Angel is too good for words
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Post by Terpit » Thu Apr 04, 2013 5:51 am

Anything purple, and this although its not dubstep (pretty sure he's from Bristol)

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by garethom » Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:41 am

Rob Smith - B Line Fi Blow
Pev - Roll With The Punches
Kahn - Like We Used to
RSD - Pretty Bright Lights
Appleblim & Peverelist - Circling

Tough to pick just one, all of those are classics for me.

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by DJoe » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:21 am

Pretty sure Eliphino is originally from Leeds but lives in London. His Yeah Maybe parties used to be at The Alibi.

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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by Riddles » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:22 am

this was one of the first dubstep tunes i heard and one of my first vinyl purchases. It might not be his most popular track, but for me it will always be the one i think


Gemmy - Maroon Chant
Vex'd - Gunman (theyre originally from london i think, but i think they released tunes when in bristol)
Pinch - Chamber Dub
Kahn - Gun Talk remix
Joker & Ginz - Purple City
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Re: Favourite track from Bristol?

Post by pete_bubonic » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:29 am

Think Toasty was a Londoner.

Jakes made this tune which I dont think saw a release called 3:29 (or some number combo) which was fucking sick. Guess it was a proto 3kout.
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Utter classic, if I was going in on my DnB from Bristol though, there'd be too many to mention, Felony, Suv, Die, Krust, Tech Itch, Dylan, Mask, Smith and Mighty, Dazee, Ruffnek ting, Breakbeat Culture, Breakbeat Era... Guess it's the same with Dubstep over the last 10 years.
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