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djshiva
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Post by djshiva » Sat Apr 22, 2006 6:44 am

999 wrote:ive been playing techno for years and have been into dubstep for a year or so.

the sound is just breaking out in texas and im building my crate up.

yo!
yay!! another techno geek into dubstep! welcome! :)
Here, have a free tune:
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billy blanks
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Post by billy blanks » Sat Apr 22, 2006 9:59 am

yes yes,

massive thanks to dubway for this forum. a wonderful and selfless provision of time and energy on the behalf of the administrator(s), and subsequent information for those who are willing to receive. also, too much respect to deapoh for barefiles, monster dan.

london born, bristol uni, dont post too often but i'm sure i will with time, especially if the positive ethos is retained.

forthcoming night: 26.04.06 - 'bruk' @ native club, small st, bristol.
(check events forum)

bilal.

p.s. its all about 'blue notez' - mala, and its always gonna be.

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Post by Jubz » Sat Apr 22, 2006 10:37 am

monstrous wrote:hello!
i appear to have an annoyingly large sig piccie, how do i;
a- make it smaller
b- move it to what i think of as the avatar bit?
Save it to you HD, open up in paint, go to image > stretch/skew and type in values less than 100. Host it somewhere i.e www.imageshack.us, copy the link created, edit your profile and paste the link into the box that uploads avatars.

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Post by dj phonetic » Sat Apr 22, 2006 4:39 pm

I'm felix, new one.
been into hiphop for a long while, then discovered dnb but after some years i got bored.
i discovered the grime scene with dizzee en wiley 2 years ago and now i'm here.

Big up to Brussels massive, grimelock crew, fwf crew and many more

jimmyp
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Post by jimmyp » Sun Apr 23, 2006 5:06 pm

hey, so I'm just learning where the step fits into the dub. Definatley down with the d'n'b tip the guy just previous was on... anyway just seen what it's all about

jimmyp
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Post by jimmyp » Sun Apr 23, 2006 5:27 pm

hey, so I'm just learning where the step fits into the dub. Definatley down with the d'n'b tip the guy just previous was on... anyway just seen what it's all about

ruddock
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Post by ruddock » Sun Apr 23, 2006 10:54 pm

yes, i am obviously new here as well. I was very into dub, hiphop, and some drum n bass stuff so naturally when i heard about dubstep a couple of weeks ago i was interested. I like what i have heard so far but i am just beginning to understand what it is about, so I joined the forums to better my understanding.

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Post by fire » Mon Apr 24, 2006 11:30 am

ez! Been on here for about a month now. Been producing D&B since 1997, just started playin around with the dub step. Watch this space...

http://www.myspace.com/fibremusic

:D

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Post by the decoy » Mon Apr 24, 2006 4:33 pm

Hello, my name is Mike.
I live near Balitmore maryland and am addicted to dubstep. I didn't know about this forum untill just recently, so I thought I'd join.

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Post by pdomino » Mon Apr 24, 2006 5:23 pm

Hello

Go easy !
Started producing around 97 /98

www.myspace.com/pauldomino

beckett
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Post by beckett » Mon Apr 24, 2006 5:31 pm

Hello, I'm Beckett, I run a DnB/Breaks/Hip Hop night in Brixton called Backdrop (check events section for a coming soon). Introduced to Dubstep by Mr Paul Rose, who i went to school with once.

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Post by blindside » Mon Apr 24, 2006 8:07 pm

Ez!
Dan Blindside of Blindside records, promoter of Autumn bham's finest dnb night. Introduced by Mr Burial to this site.
I'm hear with open ears. Who should I be listening for?

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Post by introspector » Mon Apr 24, 2006 8:49 pm

i've been producing dark electronic music quite some time... mainly downtempo-dub-ambient-abstact hip hop-idm type of stuff.

since i'm a big d'n'b head but always liked downtempo stuff dubstep just feels so right. i loved it since the first time i heard it...

8)
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http://www.myspace.com/introspector

mecca
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Post by mecca » Mon Apr 24, 2006 11:25 pm

i am noob.

Hi and high

je:5
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Post by je:5 » Tue Apr 25, 2006 2:11 am

I suppose i'll introduce myself a bit better here, been a (mainly) techno Dj and producer since 95 but i'm into all sorts really.

Here's my music/label page anyway -

http://www.myspace.com/krankenhausuk

Personal page with mixes and live set in the WWW button at the bottom.

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Post by crazeebo » Tue Apr 25, 2006 4:47 am

'sup

i produce and dj for 20 years.
mostly broken beats....i love reggae since i was a teenager,its only normal that i stumbled across dubstep!

this site is the first that came up in google,hehe....big up dubway!!

the tune that made me turn into dubstep was midnight request line


kthnksbye

red
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Post by red » Tue Apr 25, 2006 12:35 pm

easy bredrins, im new to this all so keep me informed of any bad man tunes i might need
im a big loefah, vex'd, skream, envoy fan, but who aint nowadays...
sound as a pound..
see ya'll at next dmz.. boshty

red
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Post by red » Tue Apr 25, 2006 12:39 pm

might as well big up myself...
check out www.myspace.com/bluntd for a few tunes
'let me know' is one im proud of, if it aint there dont worry, 'ghash' is alright but i had to do it in reason n that program confuses my socks off,
got the bpm wrong, but you get the idea...
check out 8bit n sully as well, big tings gwan in LEE

kidabra
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ez !

Post by kidabra » Tue Apr 25, 2006 1:30 pm

uhh yeh !
tend to lurk...
i live in leicester...i smoke too much,im a hip-hop MC...,part of a hip-hop/reggae/soul/dub/whatever the fuck we like soundsystem (shouts to ASB,DOJI,BWPT,FYS,AD),...just mad into electronic music really !
visited a friend in london recently came back with A DubStep monkey on my back...
Safe !
ps
chek the tunes at http://www.myspace.com/thedescriptionengine

king tekky
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Post by king tekky » Tue Apr 25, 2006 1:48 pm

easy now all, got into dubstep from dnb and ukg, feelin the sound and vibe, tyin to set up a night in coventry at the moment
He who makes a beast of himsef forgets the pain of being man

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