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    Default Time For A New Style

    Recently I have grown more and more tired of dupstep. it seems when i open my facebook there are at least 20-30 dupstep links. so i have decide to take a turn in a different direction as dupstep was my main thang, i would really like to hear what some of you ppl think and if it's something you would listen too or possibly even play

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    Just keep listenin' man. In this age of instant-perfectly-filtered-search results, there's no reason a dj should be limited to one genre. Find something that sparks for you and just start exploring. If you like it, chances are someone else will too.
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    there is a sutter @ 1:59 that needs fixed, other than that the track is good.
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    do they really call it dupstep in canada?

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    In Canada its not "Dubstep", it's "Dubstep Eh".

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanGogo View Post
    In Canada its not "Dubstep", it's "Dubstep Eh".
    you mean they call it "Hey hoser, thats not nickelback!"

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    is this a question if you should stick to dubstep? or advertise for your track?
    if it is the first one, i´d say no. if it is the seconde one please feel free to post your tracks in the production section...
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    Quote Originally Posted by VanGogo View Post
    In Canada its not "Dubstep", it's "Dubstep Eh".
    Ohhh ya eh? Oh right on!

    I might start calling it dupstep to troll cats like I like to do with 'drums and bass'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zac Kyoti View Post
    Just keep listenin' man. In this age of instant-perfectly-filtered-search results, there's no reason a dj should be limited to one genre. Find something that sparks for you and just start exploring. If you like it, chances are someone else will too.
    Thanks man, i don't think i'm really looking for one genre thou to be specific. kind of just looking for a new weapon of choice.

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