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Post by forensix (mcr) » Thu May 18, 2006 4:18 pm

DoctorKinetic wrote:Thought i'd make my first post- been checking the forum over the past few days at work (you know how it is!) and thought i should say something.

Similar background to most probably garage early days, drum and bass, then found the Dubstep...

I've been mixing for prob 8yrs- haven't bought anything except Dubstep for months and recently trying my hand at 140bpms- loving the freedom to experiment.
are you who i think you are? if so big up


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Post by doctorkinetic » Thu May 18, 2006 5:05 pm

yes bruv, its me the original :)

Big up yourself.

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Post by b[one]z » Thu May 18, 2006 6:16 pm

Hey everyone,
Bonez here (UK South coast) been listening to dubstep for a coupla months now and got hooked..!

Love the site - the record label's a great idea.

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Post by nina_danger0us » Sun May 21, 2006 8:51 am

Hi everyone! My name is Nina and I'm from Florida. Don't hold it against me that I'm from the US! I am just getting into dubstep. I love to get music recommendations so give me some if you have any!

<3 nina

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Post by metalboxproducts » Sun May 21, 2006 11:00 am

nina_danger0us wrote:Hi everyone! My name is Nina and I'm from Florida. Don't hold it against me that I'm from the US! I am just getting into dubstep. I love to get music recommendations so give me some if you have any!

My stuff lol.
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Post by *grand* » Mon May 22, 2006 9:52 am

Just wanna say hello, hmm what can i say names Grand and i like DUBSTEP, and women my quest to combine the 2!


Grand by name Grand by nature by 16 shades of himself

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Post by keynetic » Tue May 23, 2006 11:46 pm

whuddup forumheads?

spinning the wheels with DnB tunes for some years. got in touch with the dubstep thing over some grime tunes a couple of months ago... mixing dubstep and collecting tunes since then. love the bass, feeling the vibe and reping the scene as a DJ in my city now... trying to get in touch with the buttons.

BigUp all the pioneers of the scene. :!:



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Post by submerge » Wed May 24, 2006 5:35 pm

EZ all,

another convert from D+B, ex keenfm and still with Aural Impact on German airwaves, but now into the Dubstep sound. Cant say im particularly knowledgable but listening to more all the time and seeing whats what.

I know its being said over and over, but Dubstep now seems to have everything D+B doesnt, all I listen to at the moment.

Other than that, London based, nice to be here!

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Post by sammie » Fri May 26, 2006 7:21 pm


Sammieeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee xxx

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Post by advance » Sat May 27, 2006 6:33 pm

Greetings :D

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Post by placid » Sun May 28, 2006 9:35 am

Hi all, Been into my house, techno an acid since 88 but likin the s[aerse heavyweight dmz/skream sound....

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Post by real » Sun May 28, 2006 4:24 pm

hello from Jerusalem
the name is Ariel.been for a while in dnb and really got in to dubstep half year ago,lovin every tune and enjoing the deep vibes.
big up everyone who pushs that music.

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Post by antilynd » Sun May 28, 2006 8:28 pm

Aloha from Berlin,
no dnb convert. Usually listening to a well-balanced mix of jazz and grind, acid and noise, doom and dub. Discovered dubstep in late 2004 during a one-year stay in the O-dot, Canada and got hooked immediately. Came back to indie-rock-and-minimal-techno-infected Berlin to find that in the meantime a decent grime 'scene' had developed, no dubstep though. Which has changed by now, luckily. We got like three or four raves in June alone. Only 10 days to go till we got Pinch in da house. Can't wait any longer...

rock over london, rock on chicago.

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Post by zacharia360bpm » Mon May 29, 2006 5:31 pm

I am from Seattle Washington USA. Been playing and throwing dnb events for the past 10 years. I found dubstep last summer at the Burningman festival and have been stuck on it since.
DnB has been stale to me for awhile now and thank GOD something new came along.
After working at Platinum Records for the past 10 years, I now work for Rane (Mixers/Scratch Live) as tech support and am all about helping my company take things to the next level.
I'm now strictly digital downloading for obvious reasons and am really excited to link up with other dubstep heads around the world and make some ill shit.
Check out my myspace page for a bit more info on me or the production section of this forum for some of my dubstep tracks.

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big ups to the dubstep forum pplz

Post by indostylez » Tue May 30, 2006 4:27 am

rez here... livin in perth, australia at the moment
been into dnb since its inception.. but leaning more towards the techy neurfunk side of things
got introduced to dubstep about 8 months ago thanx to mr luke.envoy
lovin it ever since
will hopefully be able to let you hear some dubstep tunes once i feel it sounds good enough...
peace 1 luv

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Post by gramps » Tue May 30, 2006 7:25 pm


I'm Lawrence, from Brighton, and I really really love music! I'm into abit of everything from early church music (like Hildergard Von Bingen) to breakcore...

I'm very fortunate in having a career in the industry, doing sound engineering, running a soundsystem and promoting nights. I've been vaguely into Dubstep for quite a while, but never heard it out until fairly recently when I started doing the sound for the "Dub Pressure" night in Brighton, and f#+k me does it give the bassbins a good work-out! Infact there is nothing else that I've put through my rig that makes it able to produce such mammoth spls at low frequencies, love it!! Something to do with all that juicy undistorted bass program and not much on top...

Thats me for now, maybe see you down at Dub Pressure..


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Post by kion » Tue May 30, 2006 8:41 pm

big up the gramps - the system where heaven and hell collide! 8)
DUBS / PROMOS / DEMOS - AIM 'djkion' / send to info[at] < archive dubpressure shows

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Post by rustie » Wed May 31, 2006 3:57 pm

yo - rustie from glasgow up in here. i like gully bass music. :D

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Post by sb253 » Wed May 31, 2006 8:59 pm

whats up. My name's Shaun and I'm from Seattle. Been into drum and bass for some years and finally found the correct name for the new sound im loving. Cant get enough dubstep, so thank you to the people that hold it down. This niche seems special and im happy to support it to the fullest. Im not a dnb/dubstep DJ or producer, never was, and never will be. Just an addict ready to push the sound and enjoy it. See ya around

shaun bailey

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Post by afrs » Wed May 31, 2006 11:42 pm

Hia im Jim from Brisol, been into dubstep since late 04 when i remember the late great john peel playing digital miztikz, plasticman and kode 9, i instantly jumpped this new sound and finaly got round to gettin myself some decks last year that im getting fairly handy on, thats about it rearly just thought it was time to make some kinda presence here as ive been following dubstepforum for a couple of months n rearly like the scene here.. well the whole dubstep scene rearly. keep up the good work


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