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    Looking for good 2step and triphop

    anyone into 2-step or trip-hop?
    i'm trying to find some new people i'm interested in...

    for 2-step all i know that i like is The Streets and Dizzee Rascal... help the davi!


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    Massive Attack is my favorite trip hop band...

    But I gues that's old now..

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    I have a few records with what i have been told is 2step, i cant say i like it at all, but heres a few names from the CD cases:

    Nu Design
    Leee John
    Chris Mac
    master stepz
    Zed Biaz
    DND
    EL-B
    DJ TRUBALSOM
    United Grooves Collective
    J DA FLEX
    Ant Hill Mob
    London Unique 3

    Hope it helps.

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    ive never heard of either genre.
    am i missing out?
    any suggestions on where to start?

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    I actually wrote a paper on the evolution of drum'n'bass a few years ago and two-step was mentioned somewhere...

    one of my fav. 2-step tune:
    Zoom & DBX - Coming again

    maybe try slip'n'slide
    though my info may be outdated...


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    why don't you ask your brother? i heard that he knows a few people. :waves: :p

    i really don't like Dizzee Rascal but the streets are bad ass.

    imo: M.J. Cole is the master of 2 step

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    eric i couldn't find shit from mc cole when i looked earlier on soulseek, if you have any cds around let me know.

    and your Dizzee Rascal's bitch so shuddit

    oh, and thanks everyone i'll check those sites out and some of the music suggestions.

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    Originally posted by davi
    eric i couldn't find shit from mc cole when i looked earlier on soulseek, if you have any cds around let me know.

    and your Dizzee Rascal's bitch so shuddit

    oh, and thanks everyone i'll check those sites out and some of the music suggestions.
    i think i have a few mj cole cd's around...

    p.s. don't make me show you the clown tatoo!!!Looking for good 2step and triphop

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    Fuck! I love trip-hop mostest of all. Great thread idea.

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    ahh Davi yahoo me, 2step is a dying genre.....it was pretty strong about 2 years ago but has dwindled into a faster uk garage kind of rap.
    i have several mixes from the past couple of year ya might like.

    some classic artists of the genre are

    Artful Dodger
    MJCole
    Todd Eldridge
    Wookie (whom also goes under the alias Xemen)

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    Originally posted by Fisa
    some classic artists of the genre are

    Artful Dodger
    MJCole
    Todd Eldridge
    Wookie (whom also goes under the alias Xemen)
    i second that

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    i couldn't find Todd Eldridge

    and i wasn't honestly a fan of wookie's work, i'll see if i like the other 2

    eric: "who's laws, my laws or your laws, joker?"

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    If you dig Massive Attack, check out Substanz T (pick up the song "place cells" first)... other than that I've always been a huge fan of Tricky's Maxinquaye.

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    If you like Streets and Dizzee Rascal, you're basically talking about UK garage & UK hip hop. Dizzee Rascal is new, but check out the So Solid Crew and Oxide & Neutrino albums... they're good too. Lisa Maffia from So Solid has some solo stuff too, but I haven't heard it. For hip hop, you could check out Roots Manuva and DJ Skitz, but that's going a bit further afield. Oh yeah, and I definitely think you'd like 'Oi' by More Fire Crew.

    :chug:

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    sorry, "So Solid ".... welll sucking monkey pole is a good way to put it... imo.

    they are the n'sync of 2 step.

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    anything on the NINJATUNE label is going to be sick.

    Dj Food can't be beat for your listening pleasure,
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