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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by nowaysj » Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:23 pm

HAACK wrote:most of what I have read through so far from my perspective is completely the opposite and I would never even throw some of these tunes in the "Dark" or "Deep" category.
Like no shit bro, that is the subtext of this thread, and dubstep in general :lol:
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Thu Apr 15, 2010 5:42 pm

trike12 wrote:Hey man, a couple of weeks ago (i think) you uploaded af preview of a new tune, after someone stated something like, "we need more sub driven beats" or something, i REALLY liked it and i'd like hear it again, but i seem to have lost it. If you know what im talking about, is there any chance i could get that preview again? or maybe a newer one ;)?

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by damagedgoods » Thu Apr 15, 2010 7:20 pm

Shed's new stuff as Panamax Project is pretty deep. T++, F, Headhunter, Ramadanman all still making pretty subby tings. There's loads of it around. TBH it's the only side of dubstep I really listen to; more than about 3 bitcrushed wobblefests in a row and I get bored pretty quick...

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by 2mb1o » Sat May 08, 2010 8:05 am

The new "Vex'd - Cloud Seed" is pretty cool.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by deadly_habit » Sat May 08, 2010 8:07 am

2mb1o wrote:The new "Vex'd - Cloud Seed" is pretty cool.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by CAUSE » Tue Nov 08, 2011 11:28 pm

[Legend4ry Edit]


Please do not spam your own tunes; there are multiple places on this forum to post your tunes, in your sig - in the WIP thread here in production, the Dubs forum or in the Releases forum.

Please post in the appropriate place.


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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by dubbyconqueror » Wed Nov 09, 2011 12:54 am

Probably been said already, but Loefah is a king of pure Sub and drums dubstep.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by ChadDub » Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:46 am

[Legend4ry Edit]


Please do not spam your own tunes; there are multiple places on this forum to post your tunes, in your sig - in the WIP thread here in production, the Dubs forum or in the Releases forum.

Please post in the appropriate place.


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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:50 pm

nowaysj wrote:
legend4ry wrote:

Less of this, seriously can't get into tunes like that, way to aggy.
Isn't it funny when this is proffered as deep and dark?

Not deep or dark at all.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:52 pm

JBE wrote:


I don't know if you can consider them entirely dark, except maybe the "Dub & Run" song, but they are definitely deep and very melodic which is really my favorite style.
can only hear this one. It sounds like a cheesy pop song to me :/
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Nov 09, 2011 2:53 pm

HAACK wrote:It appears that there is a sharp differentiation between what is considered Dark, Deep, Grime, Dub, etc. Each individual has his own preference and opinion, most of what I have read through so far from my perspective is completely the opposite and I would never even throw some of these tunes in the "Dark" or "Deep" category.
Well said.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Phase Down » Wed Nov 09, 2011 3:39 pm

Not deep & dark but what's wrong with unitz?


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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by B-Frank » Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:04 pm

Not sure if you lot consider this deep and dark but I sure do. Have waited AGES for this badboy to get a release.




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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Nov 09, 2011 4:12 pm

Phase Down wrote:Not deep & dark but what's wrong with unitz?

I think the thread title had something to do with deep and dark dubstep.

This track you posted sounds like someone starting a car. I wouldnt call it dark, deep or even dubstep lol. Another noisy pop track
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Steve_French » Wed Nov 09, 2011 7:08 pm

serox wrote:
nowaysj wrote:
legend4ry wrote:

Less of this, seriously can't get into tunes like that, way to aggy.
Isn't it funny when this is proffered as deep and dark?

Not deep or dark at all.
you're takin the piss right?

its so dark you probably can't see

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by amphibian » Wed Nov 09, 2011 10:42 pm

imho if you're really talking "dark" and "deep", you're talking about guys like some of the kryptic minds stuff - and definitely guys like Biome, Soap Dodgers.etc. Have been heavily inspired by the latter these last few months.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Huts » Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:14 pm


too dark
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Thu Nov 10, 2011 9:07 am

goodeh wrote:
serox wrote:
nowaysj wrote:
legend4ry wrote:

Less of this, seriously can't get into tunes like that, way to aggy.
Isn't it funny when this is proffered as deep and dark?

Not deep or dark at all.
you're takin the piss right?

its so dark you probably can't see
:D

Too many trolls on here.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Phase Down » Thu Nov 10, 2011 4:43 pm

serox wrote:
Phase Down wrote:Not deep & dark but what's wrong with unitz?

I think the thread title had something to do with deep and dark dubstep.

This track you posted sounds like someone starting a car. I wouldnt call it dark, deep or even dubstep lol. Another noisy pop track
I reckon you missed the not deep and dark.. :cornlol: but I am truely sorry it does not fulfill your amazing knowledge of dubstep, unitz should recall it noisy pop track because that's what it is.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Steve_French » Thu Nov 10, 2011 5:01 pm

Is there a definition of deep and dark? Is that just the dungeon sound? Imo guys like statix, scorn, broken note etc are pretty deep and dark, but I suppose it all depends opinion...

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