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This is a discussion on Dubstep!! within the Trends Forum forums, part of the Topics of Interest category; Originally Posted by nreynolds1990 Brostep is a sub genre of dubstep. It also is known by the terms hard dubstep, ...
I didnt bother reading all 25 pages (who the fuck would :P) so if this has been brought up already, well here she is again, but this bitch rocks my socks....
I've liked classical for a while, but was never such a fan of violin until listening to her, and she was brought to my attention due to a fan made trailer for Planetside 2 (an upcoming epic MMOFPS)
I don't like dubstep but I do like Strobe by deadmau5...
I love the violin, and that one in the middle is freakin' awesome! I like the one on top too, but the integration with electronic is amazing in the second one.
I am not very fan of dubstep... But I like the following ones:
I know... I like making it sound as if I somewhat like it though... I like Basshunter and Daft Punk too.
I dunno if this has already been subject to a thread, but if it hasn't, it's been a long time coming.
Dubstep is the Tim Teebow of music: It's either really great or really shitty, it gets a lot of unwarranted press, and you're either die-hard fan or you hate the nipples off of it (I personally dislike Tim Teebow, but the analogy is still there).
I love dubstep for the most part. Both because it sounds amazing and because it satisfies my need to be into obscure music without the whine-douchiness tag team of indie music, or the "I...think this where he starts singing? Maybe a chimp broke its leg and the pain caused it to scream into a tin trashcan" of the many subgenres that metal has spawned.
In any case, go crazy, post your favorite producers, favorite songs, how dirty do you like it, how dancey, how long have you been into it, who introduced you, why do you love/hate it?
I've been into dubstep a little over a year. I don't know if I started listening to it before pop artists murdered it, or if I just started paying attention, but I've noticed a huge boost in popularity. A friend of mine introduced it to me after I expressed an interest in DJing. For listening purposes, I like it dirty. Like pennies in a blender. But, when I DJ it's usually more subdued, mostly stuff aforementioned friend suggests.
Here's a typical mix of what's good to play
All of those have pretty long intros, the Black Rascal takes about 2:00 before it drops.
I'll post my stuff in a sec, but there's a five video limit and I don't want to make this post too long. So have at it.
Now for my stuff