My Tribute to Dubstep

Discussion in 'The Studio Lounge' started by hyson, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. hyson

    hyson Forum Jerk

  2. Casual Fan

    Casual Fan Surprisingly nice

    And I thought dubstep was crappy electronic music for British people. That cats needs more caffeine.
  3. tdevine

    tdevine Guest

    Hilarious! As far a dupstep can 64 million people be wrong :icon_razz:

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  4. Casual Fan

    Casual Fan Surprisingly nice

  5. hyson

    hyson Forum Jerk

    I honestly really like Skrillex and dubstep.
  6. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    LOL. That was pretty darned funny.

    I dig Skrillex. I like the crunchy side of electronic music.
  7. Jon

    Jon Well-Known Member

    Did this used to be called Industrial or is that still around?

    I've got some autechre CDs around here somewhere. Pretty freaky shit!

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  8. HecticArt

    HecticArt Administrator

    The over simplification is that Dub is dance, Industrial usually isn't. Think Nine Inch Nails, Nitzer Ebb, or Skinny Puppy.
  9. Jon

    Jon Well-Known Member

    Tried a few skrillex samples on itunes, think I'll pass.

    I like Electronic music as much as the next person (Aphex twin is one I can name off the top of my head), but way over the top, and I listen to some pretty weird stuff.
  10. hyson

    hyson Forum Jerk

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  11. TSSMario

    TSSMario Member

  12. hyson

    hyson Forum Jerk

    ^^The only thing wrong with that (assuming those girls are 18), is that douche in the polo shirt.
  13. TSSMario

    TSSMario Member

    I'll bet all of em are underage.

    including the dude in the goggles and gray.

    My friends and I used to laugh at the time, but the older dubstep/grime crowds standing around trainspotting the DJs rig bobbing their heads is kinda missed.
  14. Steel Cranium

    Steel Cranium Well-Known Member

    There are still some pockets of industrial around, but scarce. Sort of like progressive rock. I think Ministry is still grinding along. Trent Reznor gave it up after finding the big bucks in soundtracks. Some mainstream bands are discovering industrial: latest Linkin Park has more of an industrial feel than rap, the new Korn is their typical "sorta metal" mixed with dubstep, including a few with Skrillex.
  15. robhurlburt

    robhurlburt Well-Known Member

    i can't stand dubstep. yet i i like skrillex. i have no idea how that works.

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