How would Dubstep sound if it didnt split off?

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How would Dubstep sound if it didnt split off?

Post by O_o Feasible-Weasel » Sun Aug 31, 2014 9:23 am

8) 8) not dragging up old stuff, but as we older dubstep forumites remember in 2009 there was a split in the scene, what was called Brostep, which was an off shot of jump up drum n bass and Mutant Bass appeared, at the same time Burial and the 2step minimal side had been making massive strides..

and because garage was the foundation, future garage came out of postdubstep era and thats all now history.

so i wonder what modern non jump and down dubstep would have sounded like, would it essentially just be the future garage sound.

or would it be similar but with more traditional dubstep elements?

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Post by stikman » Sun Aug 31, 2014 3:08 pm

I always class the District, Distance, J:Kenzo, Killawatt, Biome, DJ Madd, Kryptic Minds sort of sound as being classic dubstep but moving forward. Then you have the burial, some Khan tracks, Pahelea, synkro being the future garage sound. I'm not a fan of the brostep off shoot. I like nearly all electronic music with the exception of that brostep crap and electro house

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Post by O_o Feasible-Weasel » Sun Aug 31, 2014 4:23 pm

stikman wrote:I always class the District, Distance, J:Kenzo, Killawatt, Biome, DJ Madd, Kryptic Minds sort of sound as being classic dubstep but moving forward. Then you have the burial, some Khan tracks, Pahelea, synkro being the future garage sound. I'm not a fan of the brostep off shoot. I like nearly all electronic music with the exception of that brostep crap and electro house
8) 8) indeed

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Post by sixs » Sun Aug 31, 2014 8:03 pm

8) 8)
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Post by jrkhnds » Mon Sep 01, 2014 4:47 pm

so dungeon was classic dubstep moving forward?

what a brilliant thread.
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Post by RKM » Mon Sep 01, 2014 5:00 pm

fuck that tune is sick
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Post by topmo3 » Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:06 pm

i remember that label for having some really techno-y releases bak in a day
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Post by legend4ry » Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:32 pm

stikman wrote:I always class the District, Distance, J:Kenzo, Killawatt, Biome, DJ Madd, Kryptic Minds sort of sound as being classic dubstep but moving forward. Then you have the burial, some Khan tracks, Pahelea, synkro being the future garage sound. I'm not a fan of the brostep off shoot. I like nearly all electronic music with the exception of that brostep crap and electro house

Bollocks!

Without insulting them but they're holding the sound back.

Silkie, Quest, Prism, Heny G, Chord Maraurders to an extent are all actually bringing something new and loads others what are not on the top of my head.

Most of those you listed (maybe minus Kenzo cause he has some brilliant tracks) haven't been innovating for a long time but instead stuck in a certain head space with never really expanding on it.

None of them are making a new Glamma, Learn or Lion VIP. It don't have the energy of grime with the class and production standard of the genres merged to create dubstep. Its just snare on 3 and 1/4 hats over some wobbley bassline.

Snore.
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Post by stikman » Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:37 pm

legend4ry wrote:
stikman wrote:I always class the District, Distance, J:Kenzo, Killawatt, Biome, DJ Madd, Kryptic Minds sort of sound as being classic dubstep but moving forward. Then you have the burial, some Khan tracks, Pahelea, synkro being the future garage sound. I'm not a fan of the brostep off shoot. I like nearly all electronic music with the exception of that brostep crap and electro house

Bollocks!

Without insulting them but they're holding the sound back.

Silkie, Quest, Prism, Heny G, Chord Maraurders to an extent are all actually bringing something new and loads others what are not on the top of my head.

Most of those you listed (maybe minus Kenzo cause he has some brilliant tracks) haven't been innovating for a long time but instead stuck in a certain head space with never really expanding on it.

None of them are making a new Glamma, Learn or Lion VIP. It don't have the energy of grime with the class and production standard of the genres merged to create dubstep. Its just snare on 3 and 1/4 hats over some wobbley bassline.

Snore.

I see your point. I think I was lazily just thinking off sounds in between future garage and tear out. Brackles springs to mind as someone who pushes a different sound

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Post by stikman » Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:43 pm

skins345669 wrote:Where does techno-influenced stuff like this fit into this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEydjyTCjg4
Check out Pinch b2b mumdance. That gets pretty techno :corndance:

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Post by skins345669 » Tue Sep 02, 2014 9:21 pm

stikman wrote:
skins345669 wrote:Where does techno-influenced stuff like this fit into this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEydjyTCjg4
Check out Pinch b2b mumdance. That gets pretty techno :corndance:
Been meaning to listen to that but don't fancy paying that much money to listen to a mix. I bought the first three releases on Cold Recorings, Pinch's new label, because they're >>>>>>

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Post by stikman » Tue Sep 02, 2014 9:27 pm

skins345669 wrote:
stikman wrote:
skins345669 wrote:Where does techno-influenced stuff like this fit into this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEydjyTCjg4
Check out Pinch b2b mumdance. That gets pretty techno :corndance:
Been meaning to listen to that but don't fancy paying that much money to listen to a mix. I bought the first three releases on Cold Recorings, Pinch's new label, because they're >>>>>>

I picked it up in CD for the car. £10 but better than what I was expecting. Does push a different style. Very dark. Considering I spent 12 quid on roska album I think its a bargain

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Post by skins345669 » Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:16 pm

stikman wrote:
skins345669 wrote:
stikman wrote:
skins345669 wrote:Where does techno-influenced stuff like this fit into this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEydjyTCjg4
Check out Pinch b2b mumdance. That gets pretty techno :corndance:
Been meaning to listen to that but don't fancy paying that much money to listen to a mix. I bought the first three releases on Cold Recorings, Pinch's new label, because they're >>>>>>

I picked it up in CD for the car. £10 but better than what I was expecting. Does push a different style. Very dark. Considering I spent 12 quid on roska album I think its a bargain
Yeah was thinking of getting it for the car, did that with the Akkord album. If you haven't already, you should definitely listen to Beneath's RA mix. Got me more excited about music than any mix I'd listened to in a while when it came out.

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Post by stikman » Tue Sep 02, 2014 10:25 pm

Downloaded and will check it out :W:

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Post by stikman » Wed Sep 03, 2014 7:24 am

You weren't wrong either its a heavy mix. Reminded me of an updated version of stormfields half of that skream stormfield ammunition mix back in 06

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Post by skins345669 » Wed Sep 03, 2014 12:53 pm

stikman wrote:You weren't wrong either its a heavy mix. Reminded me of an updated version of stormfields half of that skream stormfield ammunition mix back in 06
need to find that and give it a go, i'd love to compare

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Post by stikman » Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:37 pm

skins345669 wrote:
stikman wrote:You weren't wrong either its a heavy mix. Reminded me of an updated version of stormfields half of that skream stormfield ammunition mix back in 06
need to find that and give it a go, i'd love to compare

I had a quick look for you, from the looks of it you can only stream it.

So like the badman I am I uploaded it to media fire

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/3squeyg ... adcast.mp3

First 40 mins is Skream being Skream then its Stormfield ( fast forward to 01:06:00 for a beast of a tune)

:corndance:

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Post by skins345669 » Wed Sep 03, 2014 6:05 pm

stikman wrote:
skins345669 wrote:
stikman wrote:You weren't wrong either its a heavy mix. Reminded me of an updated version of stormfields half of that skream stormfield ammunition mix back in 06
need to find that and give it a go, i'd love to compare

I had a quick look for you, from the looks of it you can only stream it.

So like the badman I am I uploaded it to media fire

http://www.mediafire.com/listen/3squeyg ... adcast.mp3

First 40 mins is Skream being Skream then its Stormfield ( fast forward to 01:06:00 for a beast of a tune)

:corndance:
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