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WHAT OTHER TYPES OF MUSIC DO YOU PEOPLE LIKE?

Post by col » Thu Jul 20, 2006 7:11 pm

Just wonderin weather half the people in this forum actualy liked any type of music befor dubstep? through readin a few posts+that I can see alot of snobery and dislikings to any other type of music apart from dubstep, I love dubstep but I class myself as a lover of music, just curiouse what every1 is into?

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Post by chamclowder » Thu Jul 20, 2006 7:28 pm

- Drum & Bass (mostly atmospheric/drumfunk/techstep/neurofunk/what not)
- Experimental
- IDM/Glitch/glitch-hop
- Minimal techno
- Ambient
- Miscellaneous forms of electronica
- Ska (mostly rocksteady, traditional, and some 2tone)
- Punk (anarcho(i)//peace, crust, hardcore, and maybe some a few old school)
- Oldies, but goodies
- Some mainstream cheese

I pretty much both appreciate "underdog" and mainstream artists. But, I do tend to lean more towards the non-mainstream because a lot of times tunes on the radio/TV sound mediocre, crap, or the same. If it sounds good then I am not about to deny myself from liking it just because it's commercial.
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Post by Jubz » Thu Jul 20, 2006 7:37 pm

German folkist leftfieldpost-wizzbang pre-bizzwang herfel schnerfel eating competition soundtrack snippets. I was one of the first people on their forum:
http://www.germanfolkistleftfieldpostwizzbangprebizzwangherfelschnerfeleatingcompetitionsoundtracksnippets.pnis

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Post by chamclowder » Thu Jul 20, 2006 7:41 pm

And, I almost forgot to add soundtracks from old + new movie/t.v. shows. :)

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Post by unlikely » Thu Jul 20, 2006 7:54 pm

i actually clicked that link for a laff

what a mug

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Post by col » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:11 pm

unlikely

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Post by col » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:18 pm

not tryin to start no beef but what unlikely jst said "what a mug" doesn't contribute a good vibe to the scene. I f anythin it says that we are a bunch of narrow minded stnuc that can't take critisism and basically take that critisism to heart and obviously if you do that you are not 100% confident in what you are into and that basically makes you a sheep as thats not the first time I've heard the phrase "what a mug" on this forum

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Post by chamclowder » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:20 pm

Maybe I have read it wrong, but I think when unlikely said "what a mug"; he was referring to himself. I don't see how one person calling someone or themselves a "mug" over people with different tastes has to do with the scene itself. That just has to do with how the individual is; not the music. There is always gonna be good + bad vibes in a scene.

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Post by airtight » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:40 pm

jazz lately

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Post by zgk » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:45 pm

hey dont jump to conclusions

unlikely was talking about the fake link

no harm done

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Post by chamclowder » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:53 pm

ZGK wrote:hey dont jump to conclusions

unlikely was talking about the fake link

no harm done
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Post by subhuman » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:53 pm

heavy metal, progressive house/breaks, alternative rock, downtempo, jungle, grindcore, classical, a whole spectrum of music really, it's the vibe that counts for me more than the style of music

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Post by sek [espionage] » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:55 pm

miami bass

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Post by zgk » Thu Jul 20, 2006 8:58 pm

Dubstep, Underground Hip Hop,Turntablism, Pink Floyd, and some House/Techno

I like to keep it pretty diverse

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Post by ramadanman » Thu Jul 20, 2006 9:00 pm

house, hip hop, dnb, dub, funk, soul mainly. oooh and trance. allow the trance.

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Post by stigi » Thu Jul 20, 2006 9:10 pm

mostly reggae and dancehall stuff.
but lots of broken beats too.
also some old hiphop stuff like the tribe and j5.
but mostly reggae still

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Post by Jubz » Thu Jul 20, 2006 10:01 pm

God this thread went gay quick. Yes I said gay, oooooh.

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Post by rob_booth » Thu Jul 20, 2006 10:12 pm

Planet Mu - Rephlex Records - Underground Resistance - Downwards - Dynamic Tension - Modern Love - Red Planet - Metroplex - Tresor - Astralwerks - Ai Records - Spectral Sound - Wrong Music - Concept (Richie Hawtin) - Wagon Repair - Alternative Blueprint - Puzzlebox Record - FXHE Records - International Deejay Gigalos - Pi Gao Movement - Dumb-Unit - Iron Box Music - Minimise - Anticon - Tehnika (Ljubljana) - Intacto Records - Areal - BPitch Control - Hardhands - Trapez LTD - Cocoon Recordings - Kompakt Extra - Kompakt - K2 (Komapkt) - Get Physical Music - Platzhirsch Schallplatten - Boxer Recordings - Sleeparchive - Phono Elements - Great Stuff Recordings - Underline - Lasergun - Plong! - Cadenza - Audiomatique Recordings - Contexterrior - Ersatz Audio: - Stilleben Records: - Satamile Records NYC - SCSI-AV - Vaporware - Rotters Golf Club - Electrix Records - Viewlexx - Klakson - Interdimensional Transmissions - Clone - Datapunk - Point - Merck Records - City Centre Offices: - U-Cover Cdr Ltd: - Plop Recordings - Ultimae Records - Ninja Tune - Warp Records - Type Records - - Basic Channel - Cadenza - My Best Friend - Trapez - Sähkö - Suburban Base - Dirt Crew Recordings - Morr Music

lol

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Post by crazydave » Thu Jul 20, 2006 10:37 pm

Hip Hop (Old School, modern B-Boy material, Turntablism)
Jazz (Nu Jazz / Broken Beat, Latin, Hard-bop, Freeform)
Soul (Philly Soul, Northern soul, Neo Soul, Deep Funk)
World Music (Afrobeat, Desi, a LOT of Brazilian Bossa/MPB)
Electronica (Breakbeat, Drum & Bass, Big Beat, Breakcore)
Reggae (Roots, Dub, Ragga Dancehall / Bashment)
Metal (Nu Metal, Punk Rock, some Acoustic / Psyche)



...nearly half the albums I physically own are Hip Hop. That's my hoarding area. :|
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Post by boomnoise » Fri Jul 21, 2006 12:10 am

Jubscarz wrote:God this thread went gay quick. Yes I said gay, oooooh.
because music has a sexuality, yeah> ;)

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