For me (and I presume many others) it goes to Mt.Eden - Sierra Leone. Strangely enough though I've never really listened to any more of his music,
nothing to be embarrassed about.Intrigued wrote:I've never really listened to any more of his music,
Midnight Request Line
There was a lot of stuff I found that week, but this is the one that stuck with me.
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Also, hot cross buns.
Until I knew the name, it was referred to as "that ringtone song"
And Burial - Southern Comfort
RKM wrote: when bae hands u the aux mixtape and your squad blunted 9/11 aye lmao
Actually heard shit loads at Subdub and Exodus by that point but that was the first track Spotify threw out when I asked it for dubstep. Still got the vinyl
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Honestly had no idea what I was listening to, was like someone had run Brixton reggae through an echo chamber then whacked some really dark garage underneath it.
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i used to listen to dark garage like el b and darqwan but never heard it called dubstep.
first time i took notice of the work dubstep was a mate of mine who used to listen to gabba techno and stuff msn'd me anti war dub. just sounded like a strain of reggae to me at the time but i absolutely loved it.
i may have heard dubstep without knowing its dubstep before then but anti war dub made me sit up and take note.
its kind of a shame its become a cliche dubstep tune and the hipsters are too cool to give anti war dub a mention when mentioning the top dubstep tracks, but i believe its still a very special tune and wouldn't let my copy go even for £1000
then i searched found this
http://www.rbmaradio.com/shows/kryptic- ... -wreck-mix
since then im hooked (just happened a few weeks ago )
I also remembered that i've said that he didn't had taste and that i'm never gonna like dubstep. Happily he continued his crusade and after giving me the link to Mary Anne Hobbs i felt in love.
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