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newcomers -> introduce yourself here

Post by dubway » Wed Apr 19, 2006 9:51 pm

welcome :t:
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Post by Jubz » Wed Apr 19, 2006 10:05 pm

Please dont call yourselves n00b's or stupid, no prejudice bout that here-unless you want to of course. WILKOMMEN!

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Post by obiwan » Wed Apr 19, 2006 11:47 pm

I suppose i'm a newcomer. Loving the small-worldness yet huge foreign following dubstep and grime has now acheived. I guss this has a lot to do with the good-natured feel of Reggae and dub which paved the way for urban musics worldwide appreciation. .I hear the names of a lot of the posters on this site (deapoh, boomnoise etc) bigged up on radio shows on rinse like Stella sessions and that. Also heard sum 1 bigging up the old hill thugs N16, which is very funny to me as I literally live round the corner from Oldhill St!!! I heavily got into the programme "Lost" and dubstep at the same time and I am wondering if there is any other crossovers between these two followings. I love that dubstep works best in a mix like drum'n'bass (or most music for that matter!) and will continue to bang my efforts out on Reason!

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Post by luke.envoy » Wed Apr 19, 2006 11:53 pm

welcome newcomers

first thing u prob want is music,
check http://barefiles.com for decent mixes :)

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Post by je:5 » Thu Apr 20, 2006 12:27 am

Jubscarz wrote:Please dont call yourselves n00b's or stupid, no prejudice bout that here-unless you want to of course. WILKOMMEN!
I shall refrain from insulting myself any further, cheers! ;)

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Post by confucion » Thu Apr 20, 2006 1:01 am

hiya, Confucion here, registered a bit back but more of a troll than a poster.

Stuart aka Descent got me into the sound and I'm lovin it, big ups the dubstepforum crew, you seem like a real solid group.

Cheers

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Post by coconut » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:38 am

Greetings Dubsteppers worldwide!

Another new Disciple to the Sound from Berlin,here!

I was just told by Kode9 @raumklang,berlin about barefiles.com and found my way from there to here.
Largeup Depoah for providing the soundtrack to my life since then. What you do is invaluable, for the people who love to hear this sound, the djs and producers !!!
I heard DMZ here about a year ago and some of their tunes made my heart and mind explode but somehow I was so stupid to think it was just some kind of special instrumental grime....I never imagined there is a whole genre of this music until Maxximus and Freak Camp started bringing Kode9,Skream and the Sound down to Berlin.
Now I am unhappy when I reach a normal club and have to take my headphones out and listen to Reggae,Minimal or Breakz instead of these fantasitc deepdarkmystic Dubstepmixes.
Give Thanks!

Blessup the Dubstepforummassive !

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Post by djshiva » Thu Apr 20, 2006 4:30 am

obIwan wrote: I heavily got into the programme "Lost" and dubstep at the same time and I am wondering if there is any other crossovers between these two followings. I love that dubstep works best in a mix like drum'n'bass (or most music for that matter!) and will continue to bang my efforts out on Reason!
HA! LOST and dubstep fanatics? right here, man. :o

i have also found that dubstep works a treat in techno mixes. been working it in lately to great effect...
Here, have a free tune:
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Post by theverdict » Thu Apr 20, 2006 6:57 am

ezzz.
Im a newcomer here.
Ive djed for 5 yrs spinning drum n bass.
I emcee
big ups to the dubstep massive.
checkout one of my 1st dubstep tunes called Crowned King on here
www.myspace.com/controlledmethods

ez. 8)
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Post by relaks » Thu Apr 20, 2006 11:22 am

I definitely agree. Lost and Dubstep go together like bread & butter. safe
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Post by twistedspirit » Thu Apr 20, 2006 1:04 pm

I shall refrain from insulting myself any further, cheers!
ditto
Please dont call yourselves n00b's or stupid, no prejudice bout that here-unless you want to of course. WILKOMMEN!
good to know, thanks.

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Post by riff » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:08 pm

holla

from Ireland, living in dublin

das it really

hoho

going over to to the DMZ gig next month - looking foward !

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Post by lone » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:20 pm

Hi

Been heavily into dubstep ever since a mate took me down to fwd and dmz one fateful january weekend. very glad to be hear.

maybe see some of you down fwd tonight.

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Post by bribkin » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:37 pm

yes hello - similar - got taken dmz last year. been rdg the forum for a while. dip in and out of things, a.d.d. child, journalist, student, bedroom dj. no money for records due to bizarre decision to b student for 3 more years. live vicariously thro others' discussions of fine releases. yes dubstep is like lost! mystery, eeriness, suprise, moments of uncanny beauty. innit.

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Post by piperalpha » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:37 pm

yo i'm from dublin but been livin in bristol for the past 3yrs.
Met appleblim, wedge and headhunter at uni then pinch started putting on dubloaded at the bar where i'm a manager. So i just got sucked in by the soundz....
haven't had much time to get on with production, am in my final year at uni but come the summer .....
really wanna go to a night outside bristol to see whats going on, so i'll prob be begging lifts at some stage.

Hey riff been tryin to see if there are any dubstep nights goin on in dublin. I don't get home too often. Anything happening?

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Post by riff » Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:50 pm

not much really

the first hint of dubstep I've noticed is that boxcutter is playing (in the legal eagel of all places)

I've played a few bits out to really positive reaction actually which was nice


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Post by dubway » Thu Apr 20, 2006 5:44 pm

basically, this thread is made to reduce new "Hi" thread every day..

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Post by r33lc4sh » Thu Apr 20, 2006 7:18 pm

big up to newcomers for coming!!! :lol:
http://redekonstrukcje.org
hardest and toughest sound system of freezing east

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Post by struggle » Thu Apr 20, 2006 7:37 pm

i'm somewhat new and hopelessly hooked on this shit.

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