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Deep, dark dubstep

Post by jaydot » Wed Apr 07, 2010 3:57 pm

I'm feeling this type of music right now, sinister music, yet not dubby dubstep, with nice deep bass

Sick of wobble.

It's all about Scuba, Kode 9, Skream's earlier stuff, Burial....anything of the Dub Box album circa 2007.

Can't stop rinsing Irie by Skream on Spotify. :mrgreen:

Anyone dig it?
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:01 pm

mate... don't judge about wobbles if you haven't heard whistla - 7th ray dub :o
don't get a distorted sight by all this shit that is around and calls itself 'wobble'

anyway. i'm feeling same music as you do. but the list of artists is much bigger!
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:03 pm

same.

I dont mind some wobbles, it all depends how its done!

We need more dark, gritty, sub bass driven heavy beats.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by serox » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:04 pm

Don’t worry about people stealing an idea. If it’s original, you will have to ram it down their throats.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by jaydot » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:06 pm

Nah I'm not knocking wobbles, if done with the correct ammount of effects/style it's effective, but I just like to kick back with the older skool dubstep once in a while. And am open to suggestions for tracks/artists.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by jaydot » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:10 pm

And I meant Box of Dub :oops:

I think you learn to appreciate the bass more on the older tracks cos a lot of it is sub heavy.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:12 pm

jaydot wrote:Nah I'm not knocking wobbles, if done with the correct ammount of effects/style it's effective, but I just like to kick back with the older skool dubstep once in a while. And am open to suggestions for tracks/artists.
mate... whistla... or take loefah... first hour dubstep with that deep deep wobble ;)
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by JFK » Wed Apr 07, 2010 4:30 pm

Its nice to see the love returning in force for the more sub heavy stuff.

Midrange bass just gets irritating after a while. Anyone who can listen to anything by Unitz needs a medal.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by gravity » Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:42 pm

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.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by legend4ry » Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:44 pm

Ive been djin' it, making it and exposing it since 06 and I am still not bored of it.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:54 pm

legend4ry wrote:Ive been djin' it, making it and exposing it since 06 and I am still not bored of it.
why should you anyway? it has a great variety.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by JFK » Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:01 pm

vulvavibration wrote:
legend4ry wrote:Ive been djin' it, making it and exposing it since 06 and I am still not bored of it.
why should you anyway? it has a great variety.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by lp » Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:53 pm

Wobble/midrange used sparingly = win

but yeah never strayed away from the deep n dark beats can't ever get enough :P

On a level check HAACK on here somewhere his new untitiled is working the dark vibe very well just need some more sub :mrgreen:

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by unitzdub » Wed Apr 07, 2010 10:54 pm

JFK wrote:Its nice to see the love returning in force for the more sub heavy stuff.

Midrange bass just gets irritating after a while. Anyone who can listen to anything by Unitz needs a medal.
wtf do you know about dark anyway? you obviously haven''t heard much of my stuff..

and btw sort your drum samples out mate.

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by The Phantom Banger » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:00 pm

unitzdub wrote:
JFK wrote:Its nice to see the love returning in force for the more sub heavy stuff.

Midrange bass just gets irritating after a while. Anyone who can listen to anything by Unitz needs a medal.
wtf do you know about dark anyway? you obviously haven''t heard much of my stuff..

and btw sort your drum samples out mate.
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by legend4ry » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:01 pm

Yeah I must admit, you shouldn't judge unitz by the hypey stuff hes done (and its some of the best imo), some of his stuff you've probably never heard is deep as farkkkkk!
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by SesG » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:02 pm

Sub heavy is where it's at, gotta add Benga to the list, and Horsepower Productions, and El-B, and.... :D
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by Sinisterbeats » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:10 pm

yeah really gettin into this kinda stuff at the moment. Deep bass, fairly minimal stuff. Came across this tune last night and I love it!

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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by phrex » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:15 pm

unitzdub wrote:
JFK wrote:Its nice to see the love returning in force for the more sub heavy stuff.

Midrange bass just gets irritating after a while. Anyone who can listen to anything by Unitz needs a medal.
wtf do you know about dark anyway? you obviously haven''t heard much of my stuff..

and btw sort your drum samples out mate.
boom :lol:
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Re: Deep, dark dubstep

Post by gnome » Wed Apr 07, 2010 11:23 pm

unitzdub wrote:
JFK wrote:Its nice to see the love returning in force for the more sub heavy stuff.

Midrange bass just gets irritating after a while. Anyone who can listen to anything by Unitz needs a medal.
wtf do you know about dark anyway? you obviously haven''t heard much of my stuff..

and btw sort your drum samples out mate.
Are you Zomby? :lol:

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