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Gombles
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Gombles » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:35 am

Loving the darker stuff atm, nice atmospheric and ambient.

Burial is an obvious one
some Boxcutter
Ghosthack
Culprate (might be to DnB for your liking)
Urm, apotheist has some wicked tracks
Distance is a given
MImosa is pretty good
Downlink good few tracks of his
NiT GriT is also pretty dam good, Pan pipes at the start of Hyphycide <3

thats all i can think of for now, should keep you busy though

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:39 am

Gombles wrote:Loving the darker stuff atm, nice atmospheric and ambient.

Burial is an obvious one
some Boxcutter
Ghosthack
Culprate (might be to DnB for your liking)
Urm, apotheist has some wicked tracks
Distance is a given
MImosa is pretty good
Downlink good few tracks of his
NiT GriT is also pretty dam good, Pan pipes at the start of Hyphycide <3

thats all i can think of for now, should keep you busy though
I dont think Burial is dark, hes deep.

Not heard anything dark by Boxcutter either, but not heard much, hes too noisy.

Distance has some nice atmos and dark pads on the go:)

The other I never heard of. Links pls :D
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:47 am

boxmouse :!: :!:
Legend4ry wrote:Well I am still living in that haze that dubstep is about a dark room with a big system, peoples with their heads down and trigger fingers in the air.
forthcoming 12", spring/summer 2015:
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:50 am

listen on the 18th of april at 7pm to dsf sessions, you will get a little load of deep darknes or dark deepnes :o :lol:
Legend4ry wrote:Well I am still living in that haze that dubstep is about a dark room with a big system, peoples with their heads down and trigger fingers in the air.
forthcoming 12", spring/summer 2015:
goldplate / war continues

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Gombles » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:52 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeOt39FNcIE - Culprate sepsis, more dark dnb but meh i love it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXeNgYOkRWs - Apotheist - The darkness inside, love this track

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jl_uEmHxpM - mimosa - kinetic, not entirely dark but still good

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iqGa8rUC8M - NiT GriT - Hyphycide, all his stufs pretty good, can be abit mid range for my taste and the youtube quality hurts my ears but i love his style

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWM_m3-- ... re=related - again abit to mid range for me but love this tune and a few of his others

hope that helps ^^

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Echoi » Thu Apr 08, 2010 10:58 am

anyone mentioned Cyrus yet?

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:13 am

Gombles wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TeOt39FNcIE - Culprate sepsis, more dark dnb but meh i love it

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXeNgYOkRWs - Apotheist - The darkness inside, love this track

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jl_uEmHxpM - mimosa - kinetic, not entirely dark but still good

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2iqGa8rUC8M - NiT GriT - Hyphycide, all his stufs pretty good, can be abit mid range for my taste and the youtube quality hurts my ears but i love his style

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWM_m3-- ... re=related - again abit to mid range for me but love this tune and a few of his others

hope that helps ^^
apart from the Apothesit track, none of them are dark:/

See my links for example of dark
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Gombles » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:25 am

Meh, i listened to them, the first one was just annoying tbh, didn't really find it that dark/deep just repetative.

Spose it's all down to preference, imo those tracks are dark(ish) and tbh thats all that matters.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by JFK » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:28 am

Lots of conflicting opinions here........

Decent discussion on DSF! That doesnt happen very often anymore :lol:

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:35 am

Echoi wrote:anyone mentioned Cyrus yet?


OMG thats so deep :o
:lol:
Legend4ry wrote:Well I am still living in that haze that dubstep is about a dark room with a big system, peoples with their heads down and trigger fingers in the air.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Gombles » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:39 am

/thread

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:41 am

Gombles wrote:Meh, i listened to them, the first one was just annoying tbh, didn't really find it that dark/deep just repetative.

Spose it's all down to preference, imo those tracks are dark(ish) and tbh thats all that matters.
They are known as being dark world wide and have been agreed as being dark for many, many years.

I really do not hear anything dark, haunting or eerie in the tracks u linked:(
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Gombles » Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:44 am

Modus vivendi

Agree to disagree then ^^

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by gravity » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:06 pm

serox wrote:
gravity wrote:that recent youngsta radio mix had loads of wicked stuff like this. oddly enough a lot of the stuff on that mix seems to come from ex-dnb producers (obviously left the scene because no one in dnb seems to be into deep stuff any more). actually i suppose its not that odd, given the kind of virusey tinge a lot of it had.
I try and check all Youngsta mixes because he plays the best music and his mixing is tight. Which mix are you talking about? I thought most the dark stuff was by the oldskool Dubstep producers and the only ex DnB producers I can think of are Kryptic Minds.

11.02.2010 rinse fm - i cant find a link because the search on this site is a piece of shit.

tracklist:

Distance - ?
SP:MC - ?
Verse - ?
Kryptic Minds - ?
Verse - ?
Kryptic Minds - Wasteland
Verse - Inhale
Icicle - ?
Skream - Amity Step
Verse - Flip The Coin
XI - The Ghost (Headhunter Remix)
Kryptic Minds & Youngsta - Cold Blooded
Verse - ?
? - ?
Kryptic Minds & Youngsta - Surge
SP:MC & Youngsta - ?
Verse - Modulation
Kryptic Minds - ?
Distance - Beyond
Kryptic Minds - Badman

Kryptic Minds Interview & Exclusive Tunes:

Kryptic Minds - Can't Sleep
Kryptic Minds - Life Through Sepia
Kryptic Minds - Untitled
Kryptic Minds - Follow Me VIP

verse, sp, icicle and kryptic minds are all ex-dnb producers as far as i know.

gotta agree with matey earlier about boxcutter - some of his stuff is well moody, bits like grub, chiral, bug octet.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by gnome » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:13 pm

vulvavibration wrote:
Echoi wrote:anyone mentioned Cyrus yet?


OMG thats so deep :o
:lol:
Drop that on the 18th man!

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by tripwire22 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:18 pm

grooki wrote:suprised noone has mentioned Kryptic Minds?
I did though?

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by JFK » Thu Apr 08, 2010 12:47 pm

gravity wrote: verse, sp, icicle and kryptic minds are all ex-dnb producers as far as i know.
Verse is Mc Verse, or Ben The Verse isnt it? I didnt know he made DnB as well......

Got a link Gravity?

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by legend4ry » Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:17 pm

Echoi wrote:anyone mentioned Cyrus yet?
Cyrus is the king of deep and dark !
Soulstep wrote: My point is i just wanna hear more vibes
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by tripwire22 » Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:18 pm

Distance

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by JFK » Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:33 pm

legend4ry wrote:
Echoi wrote:anyone mentioned Cyrus yet?
Cyrus is the king of deep and dark !
You heard that tune he and Tunnidge have released on their new label (Origin Audio I think...) ?

The flip is called "Ding-Ding", it wont be everyones cup of tea but I think it rocks like a bad un :D

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