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Post by Sharmaji » Fri Apr 28, 2006 9:02 pm

never really introduced myself so here goes. big up from Brooklyn! got into dubstep when i did a gig in Sao Paulo last year with Kode9 and had to spend a week picking my jaw up off the floor from all the bass. snagged since and spending waaaaaaaaaaaay too much money on records that are played out by the time they get to the states...

peace

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Post by bau » Sat Apr 29, 2006 6:35 am

haha two threads of the same kind.
well i've been reading the forum now and then but don't contribute that much. i know more of
grime than i know of dubstep, but the sound just grabs my whole being.

i'm Bart, from Belgium. i check breaks the most, dnb, hip hop, lots more, a few rock/singersong, more jazz,
quite some classical music. i promote parties since '98, did quite some interviews with producers. together
with two friends we've the longest weekly ('Steam') in Belgium.
i'm diggin this grime/dub for about two yrs now.
i want to push dubstep and grime in future. on July 1st i've 'Biefstuk!' coming (meaning
beef-steak literally), with Target, JME, Alphman and Benga + Belgian talent (Mate and Grimelock
from this forum).

apart from that we've been meeting up with some Belgian fellow nuttahs recently : Mate, Dice,
Bunzer0, Dudeski, Grimelock and me in order to push things forward together..

http://blog.myspace.com/drumhabitat
http://www.myspace.com/steamteam

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Post by human? » Sat Apr 29, 2006 11:30 am

peace & respect.

human?survival here. new york city, sunnyside queens to be specific..

been playin out locally since 98... canada & a whole bunch of other states since 99... record label (Blacklist) w/2 releases.. a couple DVD's (Junglevibes.tv).. oh!! a mix CD (Intune Ragga Sessions) in stores everywhere... buncha live sets floating around online... focused for the last few years mainly on the Ragga Jungle sound, but not really.... never been a fan of "genre" and have made it part of my lifes mission to destroy the word. which is why to me its only natural id end up here ;)

hmmm.. i dunno, yall will get to know me, i like posting on boards too much...

btw, survival consists of me & my bredren Bass Nacho, Gudamouf, Navigator & a bunch of cats in the hood..

if you into the reggae things, check Nacho's myspace, he got a couple new tunes up there:
http://www.myspace.com/bassnacho

word. big respect to the whole Dub War massive, Moldy, Dave Q, Joe Nice... these dudes def put me onto the sounds... and respect due Mala, Loefah, Pokes... nothing but irie vibes from these cats when having had the pleasure of meeting...

big big BIG respect to the whole dubstepping massive worldwide.

looking foward to the future.


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Post by dq » Sat Apr 29, 2006 12:35 pm

Out to Human! Big up brother it's Dave. Glad to see you around here!
Respect!

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Post by human? » Sat Apr 29, 2006 1:16 pm

dq wrote:Out to Human! Big up brother it's Dave. Glad to see you around here!
Respect!
glad to be here!!!! :)

keep up the good work man.

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Post by moonshine » Sun Apr 30, 2006 1:00 am

respect -

not so long that this MASSIVE SOUND appears in my speakers.

I've been always looking for deep bass sound.
(influence of reagge/dub/rap/d&b)

when I heard the first time that sound, it was just - WHOOOA - so good!!
then, since that day, I'm living for it!! following it through the net, forum like this one and dowloads (Deapoh <- thanks so much).

Thank you all making that Real . . .

Big UP

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Post by kudos » Sun Apr 30, 2006 12:04 pm

There is (grizzly) bare ppl on the forum now. Yes yes and big up. Dubstep is wicked init?

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Post by synthlf » Sun Apr 30, 2006 3:12 pm

y0,

i'm from lithuania making dnb for 3 years now....dubstep came to my world about few months ago :twisted: i love it, now im dnb/dubstep producer:)
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Post by core787 » Sun Apr 30, 2006 10:28 pm

hey im a newbie to the dubstep genre but lovin it right now. There is no Dubstep in Puerto Rico so the internet is my only outlet for this. Any MP3 stores for Dubstep?

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Post by audibleblip » Mon May 01, 2006 12:22 am

The sounds just keeps bringing me back. Much respect to the innovators and creators, so far I'm just a fan.

Great site here, with a equally great cast o people.

Take care ya'll and keep it burnin'
-blip

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Post by gaff » Mon May 01, 2006 11:40 am

hiya used to be into bline house and garage now im here wow!

i produce my own atmoshpheric chilled out dubs though

when i can get near the computer that is-if ryan didnt get there first

hugz :wink:

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Post by robadub » Mon May 01, 2006 1:30 pm

hiya !

ive crossed over from the darkside of DOA

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Post by dj skeeze » Mon May 01, 2006 1:43 pm

i did introduce myself in da wrong place so ill do it again, in da right place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ez y'all im skeeze!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

ez dubway appoligies 4 my lak of computer skills
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Post by misskatiemo » Mon May 01, 2006 6:50 pm

hi, i'm new, my name is Katie but everyone calls me Katie Mo, or just Mo.

Transitioning (again) between raleigh, NC and Bristol, UK - i'm sure i'll know a fair number of you on here either from hijack, ncdnb.com or doa

hi!
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Post by seckle » Mon May 01, 2006 9:16 pm

big up all doa crew. :D

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Post by eventualdecline » Mon May 01, 2006 9:34 pm

Another from DOA, although been lurking on here for a bit now.

Originally from New Malden but moved to the states when I was little. However I'm relocating back to London in the early part of June. Can't wait to hit up some nights like DMZ.

I'm into producing and for a long time worked on dnb/idm tip but after hearing Vex'd, Toasty, Distance, Skream, Digital Mystikz, Kode 9, Loefah, Scarecrow, etc... I'm now hopelessly lost in the dubstep sound. Right now I'm currently working on a live dubstep set... here's an old pic of my gear: http://protean-carrier.com/images/studio.jpg

Easy Ken, Katie.

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Post by skosh » Mon May 01, 2006 9:58 pm

eventualdecline wrote:Another from DOA, although been lurking on here for a bit now.

Originally from New Malden but moved to the states when I was little. However I'm relocating back to London in the early part of June. Can't wait to hit up some nights like DMZ.

I'm into producing and for a long time worked on dnb/idm tip but after hearing Vex'd, Toasty, Distance, Skream, Digital Mystikz, Kode 9, Loefah, Scarecrow, etc... I'm now hopelessly lost in the dubstep sound. Right now I'm currently working on a live dubstep set... here's an old pic of my gear: http://protean-carrier.com/images/studio.jpg

Easy Ken, Katie.
wow hiya James :D

and Katie <3

and baztard :evil:

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Post by misskatiemo » Mon May 01, 2006 11:06 pm

haha hiya seckle, and james, and skosh, and i see adam kidkut is on here from hijack as well
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Post by seckle » Tue May 02, 2006 2:00 am

misskatiemo wrote:haha hiya seckle, and james, and skosh, and i see adam kidkut is on here from hijack as well
ez swaid. 8) hiya james.

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Post by mshadetek » Tue May 02, 2006 9:51 am

whatup all, Matt Shadetek here. Producer + DJ, originally from NYC, now living in Berlin.

I'm more from the grime side of things but also make hiphop, dancehall, and electronica. I discovered Dubstep after hearing Mala + Joe Nice at Dubwar in NYC last winter and being totally blown away. Been dipping my toes in slowly since, even produced a few tunes (dunno if they're exactly dubstep but they're my take on it). I'm into the more colorful parts of the sound, I like the darkside as well but it's not really what's moving me right now.

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