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Post by blain79 » Sat Oct 15, 2005 11:26 pm

katana wrote:Well, i'd like to add something to what sumone wrote. I know of two more record stores that sell dubstep - not much but enough to find something special sometimes. And one more that was selling dubstep since 2001 - also here not much - but unfortunetly dind't menage to get more stuff going since the scene enlarged.

Parties are still very rare. So far there haven't been pure dubstep parties. but i know of some people who definetly want to start the scene here.

And DJs, well, i know of like 4 or 5 inculding me.

Producers, i don't know any beside of me.

And the rest of germany i dunno.

Hi
me from germany too, in my era there is no scene i know about but i saw on a few pages their are dubstep / grime parties in berlin with cameo

except of me i dont know any german producers of dubstep music :?

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Post by tekblazer » Sun Oct 16, 2005 12:31 am

The Lexxus wrote:SF is loving Dubstep...

Amoeba, Addictech, Dance Records, and Virgin are stocking it.

We got Vex'd + Plasticman in town tomorrow. I'm eager to see the crowd response!
I was going to mention Dance Records to Dubway. They have surprised me sometimes. I picked up my Artwork from them. Maybe a fluke on that one.

Yeah man, we is going to rock tonight at superheroes! well, you DJ's will rock us.

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Post by gutter » Sun Oct 16, 2005 1:12 am

tekblazer wrote:
Yeah man, we is going to rock tonight at superheroes! well, you DJ's will rock us.
Have a good one, mate. I expect a full report at yer blog!!!

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Post by nektrum! » Sun Oct 16, 2005 12:12 pm

Nowt up here in newcastle. Jus D&B and breakbeat stuff. But give it a year and hopefully it has broken through. Otherwise its another train journey to Brixton. :evil:

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Post by joenicedj » Sun Oct 16, 2005 12:22 pm

Baltimore reps....all the time.

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Post by kymatik » Sun Oct 16, 2005 2:03 pm

Yeh man Bristol's scene is kicking off. I think its worth noting that the Context boys have made a serious success of the 2nd room of Bristol's biggest and longest running DnB nite and like Pete says theres regular if sometimes small events to keep us all happy :D

Oh and Rooted all the way. :fumzup:

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Post by michal spongia » Mon Oct 17, 2005 7:57 pm

just to fill in the gap in the map.

over here, in Slovakia there is no scene. just as in every eastern europe country. but there are people who do what HAS to be done :)
a friend, peter knows and does - plays some tunes whenever needed, traktor mp3 style and does some journalistic efforts to spread the sound ("eastern europen journalist mentioned in blacdowns "a month in dubstep" column:)

i did one party with kode9 in Bratislava.
in Prague, Steve kode9 played alongside local dubstep support Pavel (dj priapus).

one other guy (dj sanpaper) plays some grime/dubstep tunes too.

aaand the best and one i'm most looking forward is a party on 19th of november in Bratislava, where dubsta (hey man, all done, you just have to come over:) is going to play, with pavel, mixed with 2step (dj e.s.p) from prague and jungle (one czech oldschool-ragga-jumpup)... so that people comming have something they know .

consider it the frist easter europe dubstep session. to all whom it might concern: be there or be square :)

i plan to invite dmz beggining 2006, so if your're from a country nearby (say poland, czech rep. and hungary already contacted), drop me a mail</a> and we'll work out some tour or whot.
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Post by r33lc4sh » Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:07 pm

michal - check your mailbox :)
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Re: in czecho-slovakia

Post by spaceboy » Mon Oct 17, 2005 8:16 pm

michal spongia wrote:just to fill in the gap in the map.

over here, in Slovakia there is no scene. just as in every eastern europe country. but there are people who do what HAS to be done :)
a friend, peter knows and does - plays some tunes whenever needed, traktor mp3 style and does some journalistic efforts to spread the sound ("eastern europen journalist mentioned in blacdowns "a month in dubstep" column:)

i did one party with kode9 in Bratislava.
in Prague, Steve kode9 played alongside local dubstep support Pavel (dj priapus).

one other guy (dj sanpaper) plays some grime/dubstep tunes too.

aaand the best and one i'm most looking forward is a party on 19th of november in Bratislava, where dubsta (hey man, all done, you just have to come over:) is going to play, with pavel, mixed with 2step (dj e.s.p) from prague and jungle (one czech oldschool-ragga-jumpup)... so that people comming have something they know .

consider it the frist easter europe dubstep session. to all whom it might concern: be there or be square :)

i plan to invite dmz beggining 2006, so if your're from a country nearby (say poland, czech rep. and hungary already contacted), drop me a mail</a> and we'll work out some tour or whot.
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Post by datura » Mon Oct 17, 2005 9:00 pm

I'm in Manchester..

I wouldn't say that there is much of a scene as such here yet..the first dubstep night was PLOY last Thursday @ Dry Bar with Vex'd, Appleblim & Shackleton (sadly I had to miss it due to the lurgy)..Mark One and Milanese played up on Sat but I was in Leeds..

There are a fair few record shops selling the music..you can pick up most releases from Boomkat, Eastern Bloc and Picadilly Records..even Fopp has a small dubstep section..

Boomkat deserve a lot of credit..They were the first in the city to really back the sound, particularly Conor who promotes the PLOY night and is very enthusiastic about the music, pushing Kode9, Digital Mystikz etx in the shop, and treating the local cafe goers (the shop is part of a cafe/curio shop) to some choice dubstep played loud..

I'd imagine the best way further the audience locally is to try and get involved with the D&B scene, which it appears a lot of people who come to dubstep have roots in..
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Re: in czecho-slovakia

Post by punk bubu » Mon Oct 17, 2005 9:01 pm

Spaceboy wrote:i believe Hotflush (me and Paul) are in Poland and Hungary in January..doing around 3 gigs
woohoo! :D where and when are you in hungary, i'd like to hear you play and not like when you were in zagreb on our festival - i heard maybe 15 minutes of your set. :(
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Re: in czecho-slovakia

Post by dubway » Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:19 pm

michal spongia wrote:just to fill in the gap in the map.

over here, in Slovakia there is no scene. just as in every eastern europe country. but there are people who do what HAS to be done :)
a friend, peter knows and does - plays some tunes whenever needed, traktor mp3 style and does some journalistic efforts to spread the sound ("eastern europen journalist mentioned in blacdowns "a month in dubstep" column:)

i did one party with kode9 in Bratislava.
in Prague, Steve kode9 played alongside local dubstep support Pavel (dj priapus).

one other guy (dj sanpaper) plays some grime/dubstep tunes too.

aaand the best and one i'm most looking forward is a party on 19th of november in Bratislava, where dubsta (hey man, all done, you just have to come over:) is going to play, with pavel, mixed with 2step (dj e.s.p) from prague and jungle (one czech oldschool-ragga-jumpup)... so that people comming have something they know .

consider it the frist easter europe dubstep session. to all whom it might concern: be there or be square :)
ahhh
i would love to come.. but f**king exams! i have Electronics 1 in that week :evil:
michal spongia wrote:i plan to invite dmz beggining 2006, so if your're from a country nearby (say poland, czech rep. and hungary already contacted), drop me a mail</a> and we'll work out some tour or whot.
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r33lc4sh wrote:michal - check your mailbox :)
i would looove to hear them in croatia! :D having that in mind for looong time! Neno ("punk bubu"^^^) what do you think? can you help us?

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Post by phoze'l » Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:41 pm

Aint much for Dubstep round ere, since Big Apple closed down but Dubstep will never be taken away from ere! Croydon started off the sound and will always rep it hard!

Digital Mystikz
Loefah
Hatcha
Skream
Benga
Chef
Distance
N-Type
Walsh
to name a few...

Went into Mixing Records the other day and apparantly there aint a Market round ere for Dubstep no more! It has a market, but not a v ery big one anymore!

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Post by bruno belluomini » Mon Oct 17, 2005 11:54 pm

I live at here in Sao Paulo, Brazil... I make a party called TRANQUERA... The first brazilian Grime, Dubstep night in our country... I play Dubstep in other parties too... Dub, Ragga, Jungle, Drum'n'bass nights... People are very receptive to the sound...

Jimmy Luv rhymes over my sets... We did a tune together... It's called "Vow Keimah"... I think that our success is due our live appearances... Our shows are full of energy... People really like it...

I also make radio shows in radio stations... Last Saturday I did a radio show at FM 96,3 MHz Curitiba... People were asking what is Dubstep... Where this genre appeared for the first time... Everyone is interested in the sound...

I have a place where I publish articles about Grime, Dubstep in Portuguese... There you can find the pics of our nights, radio shows... Take a look... http://www.submusica.com/brunobelluomini

I'm glad for the support everyone is giving... Without this... Things could be very difficult...

Best,

Bruno Belluomini.

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Post by -40 khz » Tue Oct 18, 2005 7:25 am

Not much here in Los Angeles, but things r getting better I think. U can find some Skream/Search and Destroy stuff at amoeba, but thats pretty much it. no real nights-just a couple of scattered djs here and there... Anybody in the LA area interested in starting something up? : )

As mentioned, San Francisco has something of a scene going; just saw plasticman + vexd up there this weekend, actually.

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Post by dubsta » Tue Oct 18, 2005 8:30 am

michal spongia wrote:aaand the best and one i'm most looking forward is a party on 19th of november in Bratislava, where dubsta (hey man, all done, you just have to come over:) is going to play, with pavel, mixed with 2step (dj e.s.p) from prague and jungle (one czech oldschool-ragga-jumpup)... so that people comming have something they know .

consider it the frist easter europe dubstep session. to all whom it might concern: be there or be square :)

i plan to invite dmz beggining 2006, so if your're from a country nearby (say poland, czech rep. and hungary already contacted), drop me a mail</a> and we'll work out some tour or whot.
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Re: in czecho-slovakia

Post by r33lc4sh » Tue Oct 18, 2005 9:21 am

Spaceboy wrote: i believe Hotflush (me and Paul) are in Poland and Hungary in January..doing around 3 gigs
who told u that? ;)
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Re: y en colombia ?

Post by stone » Tue Nov 15, 2005 4:26 pm

mestizo wrote:ayep , the girls love it ... when they get exposed to it ... but you really only hear it if i play it at a party, which isn't as often as id like .....
see dudes, you have nothing to worry about. chix like dubstep too.

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Post by gena » Tue Nov 15, 2005 4:47 pm

Furiouz wrote:would be a joke to call it a "scene" over here (sweden). It´s minimal. Me and L-Wiz (BIG up matey!)...hehehe! :P
I'm obviously fighting on my own... ? :(
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Post by Citrus Boy » Tue Nov 15, 2005 5:16 pm

yeah not much going on in sheep country..any dubstep in this area is all to do with me.. :shock:

most popular types of music up here are hiphop, dnb and house

dnb heads are all over the breaky sounds..specialy loving toasty, after dark prods and dubchilds bits.

everybody likes the dubbed out tunes..just not all night :roll:

as for dubstep production..I dabble myself under pseudonym borg or borgtek and there a few other dudes onto producing the sound called riot boy, dienw and bad man evans.

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