10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by Terpit » Tue Jul 09, 2013 4:00 am

I checked out this stuff. I kinda think its garbage. Should be called acapella step or commercial rap step. No real skill involved in these mash-ups what-so-ever. I think the main thing on the dubstep board is people are pissed he is doing this to their tunes, calling it a mash-up and then giving it away for free... without permission. If anything thats where "thug" part of the name comes into play. Another thing is the Dubsteppers are pissed about the "thug" name cos none of those Dubsteppers are thugs, act like thugs, or present themselves with a thug like mentality. I'm all about creation, and doing things in music. Though there are certain rules of ethics that must be followed or respect for other artists/labels music... and I dont think its being done here. Though my main drag here is that he gives away labels/artists music for free. Make some acapella mash-ups for your own person - yes. Slap some acapella's over someone elses music and give it away for free(320's) ...Claiming its a mash-up tune by so and so... never. Just isnt right imo.
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by TopManLurka » Tue Jul 09, 2013 2:48 pm

khal wrote:
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clayrocks wrote:http://doandroidsdance.com/features/10- ... tep-forum/
Oh dear...
What did DSF do wrong?
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by TheTornado » Tue Jul 09, 2013 7:04 pm

man, i hate that website. nothing good has ever come from there - it seems like the writers don't actually know anything. to me they epitomize 'EDM' along with that other blog 'this song is sick'... ugh
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by TheTornado » Tue Jul 09, 2013 7:04 pm

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by saltedbeats » Wed Jul 10, 2013 11:42 pm

The Tornado wrote:man, i hate that website. nothing good has ever come from there - it seems like the writers don't actually know anything. to me they epitomize 'EDM' along with that other blog 'this song is sick'... ugh
The most correct statement ever. :cornlol:
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by Twerk » Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:19 am

It's ironic that a man writes an article about this forum being negative and now has his very own negative feedback post!

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by test_recordings » Thu Jul 11, 2013 12:13 pm

Twerk wrote:It's ironic that a man writes an article about this forum being negative and now has his very own negative feedback post!
Advertises us as much as him imo
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by Johnlenham » Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:33 pm

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-TraX- wrote:what he said about the visas and booking agencies were eye opening for me. it's true though, when you're new to DSF, you're fucking ostracized. Have to take so much shit. But once you know, you correct your ways.
But i think DSF has every right to be uptight, this site is protecting a culture.
You don't have to take shit, you've got to realise that no-one has to care about what you say and you might be wrong about something. Most people don't read the forums before posting then their self-esteem gets in the way of participating
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by the wiggle baron » Thu Jul 11, 2013 3:48 pm

He clearly just couldn't get his head around corpsey. Its like 7 years on and im still struggling.
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by TopManLurka » Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:37 am

l0l i dont rly know what to make of this too http://www.dubster.co.uk/2013/07/10-of- ... 4.facebook

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by 3rdeye » Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:59 am

I miss Corpsey :(
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by test_recordings » Fri Jul 12, 2013 12:17 pm

TopManLurka wrote:l0l i dont rly know what to make of this too http://www.dubster.co.uk/2013/07/10-of- ... 4.facebook
Strange choices in that, to say the least.

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by bennyfroobs » Fri Jul 12, 2013 1:34 pm

TopManLurka wrote:l0l i dont rly know what to make of this too http://www.dubster.co.uk/2013/07/10-of- ... 4.facebook
did the same guy write this? that article is retarded whoever wrote it :cornlol:




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Though my main drag here is that he gives away labels/artists music for free. Make some acapella mash-ups for your own person - yes. Slap some acapella's over someone elses music and give it away for free(320's) ...Claiming its a mash-up tune by so and so... never. Just isnt right imo.
so this guy was basically committing piracy/giving other ppls music away for free? an he has the cheek to go and write this article?
what a complete wanker
no wonder he got flamed by dsf
id flame him via any medium possible
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by Samuel_L_Damnson » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:42 pm

TopManLurka wrote:l0l i dont rly know what to make of this too http://www.dubster.co.uk/2013/07/10-of- ... 4.facebook
Not only is mala nex to skrilly, he said that 6blocc is one of the best. I know for a fact that he was in the middle of accusations that he was using peoples tunes or like putting them on his label with out crediting the true author. lol.
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nvm it was his broseph "prolific" of the aptly named foul play records haha but anyway they work togther ad he had no issues with his dodgy dealings.
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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by titchbit » Fri Jul 12, 2013 4:39 pm

bennyfroobs wrote: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard:
you are a battyboy wasteman sigging an obvious typo thinking you're all clever.

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by EliteLennon117 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:12 pm

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by bennyfroobs » Fri Jul 12, 2013 11:55 pm

dubunked wrote:
bennyfroobs wrote: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard: :corntard:
you are a battyboy wasteman sigging an obvious typo thinking you're all clever.

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:cornlol: :cornlol: :cornlol: :cornlol: :cornlol: :cornlol: theres no need to be upset

it was a pretty funny mistake
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TopManLurka wrote:FTR, requirements for being a 'head':

-you have to be youngsta
-you must have been in that infamous room of ten people.
-a DMZ release is preferable but not necessary.
-please note that being youngsta is mandatory.

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Re: 10 Ways the United States Failed Dubstep

Post by titchbit » Sat Jul 13, 2013 6:19 am

Ur a little batty boy m8

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