Dubstep

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  1. Deadpool

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    Anyone else here on GR a fan of dubstep? I honestly can not get enough of it right now. Main say if you listen to it too much you will get sick of it, well not for me.
    A prime example of a good dubstep track would be Excision Shambhala 2008/2009. Both over an hour and half long and have a smooth flow. Very chill genre in my opinion.
     
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    I heard part of it before in another YT vid, but its pretty good. The treble in it makes I think.
     
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    I have a bunch of mixes local to this area and New Jersey most of them are more into HARDCORE Dubstep which is a little more deep than the regular stuff.
     
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    HxC dubstep is pretty good. As long as its not too over-repetitive.
     
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    I fucking love Dubstep, especially the old school minimalist kind, but I can rock tons of the new stuff too.

    If dubstep is done right, theres nothing else like it.
     
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    If dubstep is done right, it will take you far away.
     
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    i actually work with a dubstep label called bassclash records
     
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    My friend put me on to dubstep and I'm very grateful he did. I'm still a little new to it and only have an ear for datsik mostly and a few other artists. My favorite songs right now are white satin, close, broken string, akira, sierra leone, and many datsik songs..Any songs someone would like to share?
     
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    Would be surprised if anyone could provide a dub link that I like. Not to hate, but this genre was ok a couple of years ago, before it became so mainstream that Britney Spears exploits it in her new single. Not to mention, the process of making dubstep is VERY easy, (though some artists are game changers who deserve credit).
     
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    Meh, I only like dubstep where the WUB WUB and the BOW BOW is mixed with the music, nothing like Skrillex.

    Something like Feed Me- Grand theft Ecstasy or Freestylers- Cracks
     
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    Dubstep is the only music I mainly listen too, ever since my friend brought me to Electric Zoo 2 years ago, its all I've been listening too, and been going to shows since than. Hell, I'm even seeing Rusko this weekend, as well as going to Ultra music festival in March :D
     
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    Nothing better, listening to it now on pandora...
     
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    I've been listening to dubstep and drum and bass for the past 3 years. And the artists i enjoy the most are : Zomboy, Document One, Feed Me, Zed's Dead, Modestep, Friction, Tristram, Dj Ephixa, Netsky, Arion, and a whole lot more. There's a new style that's called EDM according to monstercat records : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_At...UCGXQYbcTJ33baP8B-fyzqraQHZVBC3DmMpGLHzEwDzzc I do enjoy listening to it.
     

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