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looking for a specifc type of dubstep

Post by drb » Sat Oct 21, 2006 11:27 pm

on some mix i heard it was very dubby and then it go harder and ended up sounded like jungle - very breaky and rough - but only at 140bpm.

is this 140bpm stuff still called dubstep?

breakstep? help!

also, can anyone point me towards some more i can hear online, or at least names of artists to seek that do this sound at that tempo range.

thnx!

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Post by hate recordings » Sun Oct 22, 2006 2:09 am

for sure man! i love this sound too! dubstep is so diverse!

check out:

elemental
luke envoy
dq-1 (darqwan)
dub child

those are just the first four off the top of the head. good luck man!

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Post by shonky » Sun Oct 22, 2006 7:24 am

Soulfire by Elemental should be up on the list - very dubby, heavy as fuck bass but an almost unrecognizable 2-step beat beneath it. Stand out single from the last few months to my mind
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Post by furiouz » Sun Oct 22, 2006 10:06 am

Shonky wrote:Soulfire by Elemental should be up on the list - very dubby, heavy as fuck bass but an almost unrecognizable 2-step beat beneath it. Stand out single from the last few months to my mind
Yeah, ruff tune! One of my faves this year.
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Post by robotic » Sun Oct 22, 2006 1:34 pm

Furiouz wrote:
Shonky wrote:Soulfire by Elemental should be up on the list - very dubby, heavy as fuck bass but an almost unrecognizable 2-step beat beneath it. Stand out single from the last few months to my mind
Yeah, ruff tune! One of my faves this year.
yes also one of my favorites of this year.... and of last year! :wink:

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Post by fullyrecordingz » Sun Oct 22, 2006 1:52 pm

Dere..

http://dubstepforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=9112

& personally I'd recommend Here.. http://www.combatrecordings.com/archives.htm

& register to Here http://www.play.fm/playfm_artists.php?g_id=536 to listen 2 dem 1s

If you've got msn you could add me, i've got some really good sets that R rare & start off all dubby then get twisted and dark.

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Post by drb » Mon Oct 23, 2006 1:56 am

no MSM, got AIM. Am off to look for links for some of these names.
I live in california so there's no popping down to my local vinyl shop..

thnx to all!

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Re: looking for a specifc type of dubstep

Post by brklss » Mon Oct 23, 2006 8:51 am

drb wrote: also, can anyone point me towards some more i can hear online, or at least names of artists to seek that do this sound at that tempo range.

thnx!
Toasty Boy
Marlow
Elemental
Darkone
Markone
Gravious - Monolith
Skream - Lightning
Search & Destroy

Hope that helps :)

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