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    DUBSTEP - Discuss

    Let's hear it...

    Who are you currently listening to?

    Me? Sukh Knight's got my full attention. Benga too.

    There was some siiiick dubstep at the SXSW party in Austin. ALL night. Amazing.
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    After watching Massive Black's Youtube videos I started listening to Djunya, he is so sick. I love reggae music so dubstep naturally grew on me, love the bass. Some of my favorite artists so far are Kromestar, Distance, F1, Tes La Rok, Rusko, Skream, and Emalkay, and I'm constantly looking for new artists. So if you know of some with funky bass drops, or just hard hitting wobbling bass let me know!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hemP View Post
    After watching Massive Black's Youtube videos I started listening to Djunya, he is so sick. I love reggae music so dubstep naturally grew on me, love the bass. Some of my favorite artists so far are Kromestar, Distance, F1, Tes La Rok, Rusko, Skream, and Emalkay, and I'm constantly looking for new artists. So if you know of some with funky bass drops, or just hard hitting wobbling bass let me know!
    I saw Skream and Excision as well as a few others this summer at Shambhala. The sub bass is unbelievable on huge speakers. I had a water bottle on the dance floor, and I was choking every time I tried to drink it, hahah. A few people actually left and threw up...maybe slightly excessive?


    Hemp, get a super hard-hitting wobbly mix here, by Excision. It's the one I heard this summer.: Excision Definitely get the Shambhala 2008 mix at the top.


    As for funky(er) stuff, Scuba is always great. He's not what I would call generic dubstep, mixes it up alot. I didn't really like it at first, but it's been growing on me...especially with my speakers cranked.

    Here are some mixes from Scuba:

    Scuba XLR8R mix: this one's my favourite of his, also least the dubsteppy. The last ten minutes rock pretty hard, though.

    Scuba mixes


    p.s. These mixes are all straight from the artists/record labels, no pirating.
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    Hah Oden I see you corrected yourself fast lol, the record label links directly to that site anyway so I think it's all good.
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    check out boxcutter
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    to name a few. I've picked up a few compilations that have been decent

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    Niiice, hadn't heard of Boxcutter or Djunya before, me likes. Good thread.

    Continuing in the theme of free, legit downloadable awesome dubstep mixes,
    this is one of my favourite dubstep mixes ever. It's nice n' glitchy, reggaeish...

    Taal Mala Lighta Sound System Mix

    Mixed by Taal Mala, and all the tracks in there (aside from the Skream at the beginning, obviously) were produced by Taal Mala, or the other dudes from Lighta Sound System. There's a Burial remix in there as well.
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    There's a really good local duo called Hermitude from Sydney, Oz. If you can get your hands on their stuff you'll be a happy chappy. I'm sure you can get their stuff from Amazon.
    Also I think there's some good radio mixes, available for free. http://www.dubstep.fm/ in the archives section. also http://dubstepforum.com/viewforum.ph...907accb87e6418

    The part time suckers radio mixes are usually really good.
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    Definitely liking Taal Mala.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hemP View Post
    Definitely liking Taal Mala.
    werd, awesome. ~40:00 to 50:00 just destroys... sometimes I wish I didn't have landlords living above me.
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    Cam, Hermitude seems to be more hip-hop influenced than reggae influenced. I just listened to one of their more instrumental type songs and it was very chill .
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