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Postby werd2jah » Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:37 am

Ossia wrote:write a film about the journey of the sound of dub and soundsystem culture in jamaica and how it influenced the sound of dubstep and many other dance genres!
but dubstep in jamaica...i just cant imagine it.


seen it, called dub echoes i believe
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Postby tankomatic » Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:45 am

paan wrote:hmm.
my story takes place at a dubstep party in jamaica.
so its actually pretty implausible.


sounds like an episode of skins
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Postby spooKs » Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:05 am

tankomatic wrote:
paan wrote:hmm.
my story takes place at a dubstep party in jamaica.
so its actually pretty implausible.


sounds like an episode of skins


it really doesn't
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Postby +torment+ » Sat Feb 07, 2009 2:42 am

i did radioshows b2b with a dancehall show for YEARS in Vancouver. The host was from JA, got all her music/dubs from the island exclusively. She was very receptive to hearing new stuff outside of hardcore dancehall - ragga jungle, dubbed out electronix, THE BUG, even breakcore. Dancehall is an attitude as much as it is a culture, and it takes influences from everywhere the bounce happens. If the attitude is there, dancehall fans feel it.

I also have a very fond memory of dropping earlier Bug stuff on another radio show in Vancouver, right after a similar dancehall / soca show. I dropped "Gun Disease" and the dancehall crew EXPLODED! Honestly, they were banging the walls in the radio station, jaws agape. Crazy. Like I said, if the attitude is there...


I still think dancehall is the roughest shit goin. ROWDY.
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Postby cosmic revenge » Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:32 am

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can you recommend me some good dancehall artists?
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Postby yakis » Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:35 am

boomnoise wrote:
DJ Vision wrote:i think dubstep is a bit intense for the music scene down there


yeah way too intense

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pGa2AEOxbo


"Dancehall Universe is an adult themed ambient DVD featuring dancers in various states of undress grinding to heavy dance beats."

accurate youtube description, that
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Postby flashharry » Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:44 am

£10 Bag wrote:they're still on the dancehall as far as i know.
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AND RIGHTLY SO

i know where id rather be

dancehall + jamaica > dubstep + london
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Postby +torment+ » Sat Feb 07, 2009 3:55 am

thirdandarmyst wrote:/\
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can you recommend me some good dancehall artists?



from a few years ago, Ward 21 were tough, good shit. Vybz Kartel, Lady Saw is still pretty raw, Elephant Man, Macka Diamond is ok - i don't mind some of her stuff. Bounty Killer of course. Rik Rok. O.g names like Yellowman you can't go wrong with, Silver Cat from waay back when. There's lots.
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Postby rekordah » Sat Feb 07, 2009 4:03 am

boomnoise wrote:
DJ Vision wrote:i think dubstep is a bit intense for the music scene down there


yeah way too intense

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pGa2AEOxbo


Yeah, theres no way they'd be able to handle it.

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Postby esfandyar » Sat Feb 07, 2009 6:36 am

seckle wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfOGrOSvmX8


im never surprised when hearing about facist police murdering the poorest people in any nation.

Anyone live in the Czech Republic? The govt. there practially swooped up sizan and facist groups (at least in Prague), gives them a gun and a badge, and pays them like an equivalent of 900 US dollars a month.. not much because they don't have money to give to anyone who would be interested who expects a decent wage for the type of job.. but to give these people weapons is insane.

I wonder how it operates in Jamaica for the pigs to kill 200+ people in one year in poor neighborhoods.

abs wrote:dubstep is grim and depressing most of the time, dancehall and reggae is full of energy


lol dubstep is depressing? its funny that mala calls his label deep medi... must be because it so depressing. there is so much positivity in this music. :D
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Postby l que » Sat Feb 07, 2009 11:41 am

did jungle ever get played in JA?

remarc, kemet, congo natty etc
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Postby hops » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:17 pm

L Que wrote:did jungle ever get played in JA?

remarc, kemet, congo natty etc


interesting question...

Steelie & Clevie produced at least one jungle riddim, Ninjaman's Donette i think...as far as i know this was the only jungle tune to come out of JA..
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Postby nousd » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:25 pm

jus heard a scream
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Postby critical sound system » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:29 pm

The Esperanza Soundsystem from freibourg told me people are starting playing dubstep on the island.
might need to ask them to know how big it is.
And i think dubstep, if you consider the reggae digital side(not the wobbly one) could take over there.
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Postby tranquera » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:46 pm

Werd2jaH wrote:
Ossia wrote:write a film about the journey of the sound of dub and soundsystem culture in jamaica and how it influenced the sound of dubstep and many other dance genres!
but dubstep in jamaica...i just cant imagine it.


seen it, called dub echoes i believe

Yes... Dub Echoes...
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Postby clarkycatdealer » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:52 pm

"all of us jump up and down at the front going mental and screaming"

that makes dubstep nights in devon sound like some sort of OAP retirement home thats run out of downers.
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Postby ossia » Sat Feb 07, 2009 12:55 pm

sounds good...I'll have to check it later
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Postby joe muggs » Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:00 pm

I remember way back Mala talked about going to JA and playing some dubstep... he got a pretty good reception.

Dancehall will, I'm sure, take on influences as Dubstep spreads round the world, same as it's taken on influences from stuff like Timbaland and Neptunes... and of course already there's international crossover artists like Rakkas Crew and Ghislain Poirier that are creating the hybrids outside of JA...
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Postby spiderman » Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:00 pm

FlashHarry wrote:
£10 Bag wrote:they're still on the dancehall as far as i know.
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AND RIGHTLY SO

i know where id rather be

dancehall + jamaica > dubstep + london


maybe for the (different) vibes: weather, venues, systems, gashment, etc etc...

but not in terms of the music. dubstep got that fresh edge, still very exciting imo.
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Postby azair » Sat Feb 07, 2009 1:20 pm

Thats must ace, by the beach ...... cold beers and whatever else ...


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