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is dubstep gunna die? our live?

Post by booda » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:57 pm

ez ppl can u help me out on somethin? how big is dubstep music? i hear alot of people sayin bad things bout it sayin it will never ever take off and it will die off soon? is that true i love the music myself and i was thinkin of djin it but dont wanna go n spend bare money on tunes if its not gunna be hear for verry long. are the people right isit gunna die soon our isit gunna get big? :D
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Re: is dubstep gunna die? our live?

Post by ashley » Wed Jan 23, 2008 9:58 pm

booda wrote:ez ppl can u help me out on somethin? how big is dubstep music? i hear alot of people sayin bad things bout it sayin it will never ever take off and it will die off soon? is that true i love the music myself and i was thinkin of djin it but dont wanna go n spend bare money on tunes if its not gunna be hear for verry long. are the people right isit gunna die soon our isit gunna get big? :D
Those people are drunk and are just jealous.

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Post by Littlefoot » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:00 pm

dubsteps big enough.
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Post by time » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:01 pm

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Post by Sharmaji » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:03 pm

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Post by djshiva » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:13 pm

oh noes!!!1!! poke it with a stick and see if it moves!!
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Post by slothrop » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:16 pm

It's going to die but then be brought back to life as a weird robo-zombie-genre powered by bass and hihats.

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Post by flippo » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:22 pm

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Post by dubluke » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:37 pm

i reckon it will live and then change and then when everyone talks about how great it must have been back in the day i can turn round like one of those crusty jungle types and be like "i was there" only i won't hear them talking about it cos i'll be deaf from all the nights i'm going to now so maybe that oppurtunity will never come

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Post by slothrop » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:38 pm

dubluke wrote:shit i need to post less
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Post by dubluke » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:39 pm

Slothrop wrote:
dubluke wrote:shit i need to post less
:!:
this is true, i'm easily distracted yeah

and a bit of a neek
gwa wrote:apparently i fell into the fridge and shouted really loudly 'RIGHT, IM OFF TO GO FUCK THE SHIT OUT OF ME LASS NOW MUM, SHUT YER DOOR'
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Post by dr ddd » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:41 pm

dubluke wrote:i reckon it will live and then change and then when everyone talks about how great it must have been back in the day i can turn round like one of those crusty jungle types and be like "i was there" only i won't hear them talking about it cos i'll be deaf from all the nights i'm going to now so maybe that oppurtunity will never come

shit i need to post less like i talk and actually use punctuation
jungle will never die :P
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Post by dubluke » Wed Jan 23, 2008 10:43 pm

dr ddd wrote:
dubluke wrote:i reckon it will live and then change and then when everyone talks about how great it must have been back in the day i can turn round like one of those crusty jungle types and be like "i was there" only i won't hear them talking about it cos i'll be deaf from all the nights i'm going to now so maybe that oppurtunity will never come

shit i need to post less like i talk and actually use punctuation
jungle will never die :P
innit, i was about 10 years late coming to the sound but i still fuckin love it
gwa wrote:apparently i fell into the fridge and shouted really loudly 'RIGHT, IM OFF TO GO FUCK THE SHIT OUT OF ME LASS NOW MUM, SHUT YER DOOR'
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Post by lj rekid » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:20 pm

Dubstep will most certainly live and thrive. It is still in it's infantile stages. When I first heard it I was stoked to hear something completely different.
Then everything stared sounding the same to me again, and it was hard for me to find dubstep that really made me wobble and bounce. Now that has completely changed as the music is evolving. different tempos, rhythms etc...
I Like this especially because I like to weave dubstep into sets that I play trip hop, house, electro, breaks etc...

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Post by xor » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:26 pm

I don't know who to believe anymore.
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Post by le_hardcore_chiefus » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:28 pm

if u like it mate, buy the records ..pull off some mixes and enjoy it from time to time, if not everyday, which can be hard to fit in :)

always a bonus if u can get to play records out to like minded people too...but ultimately...yeah if u like it go with it...u only live once..mite aswell enjoy it whilst ur here..i mean ffs . look at that heath ledger dood...bout same age as me

just be careful, expensive business with the old vinyls, dont want any ccj`s or ur house being repossessed do we

rambling me...lol :wink:

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Post by jred » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:29 pm

dont believe everything ya hear ,most likely the people talk that bollox aint into dubstep so what the fuck would they know anyway ,from my point of view its only getting stronger :!:
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Post by shook1 » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:33 pm

Aint dying with a scene as strong as its got, the musics big, allow anyone hating, there just chatting shit, why do they care....?

It's all about one mix a day keeps the evil away, well at least one.

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Post by fractal » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:37 pm

:lol:
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Post by dr ddd » Wed Jan 23, 2008 11:47 pm

dubluke wrote:
dr ddd wrote:
dubluke wrote:i reckon it will live and then change and then when everyone talks about how great it must have been back in the day i can turn round like one of those crusty jungle types and be like "i was there" only i won't hear them talking about it cos i'll be deaf from all the nights i'm going to now so maybe that oppurtunity will never come

shit i need to post less like i talk and actually use punctuation
jungle will never die :P
innit, i was about 10 years late coming to the sound but i still fuckin love it
thats my point!

if there's good tunes and you like it and ur listening... it isnt dead.

depends what the definition of death is really
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