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    Default The n00b's guide to Dubstep

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    oh jesus

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    i like the meaning change.
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    i didnt read the article yet. ill get to it soon.
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    "Dubstep is primarily influenced by dub culture of the West Indies"
    uhh.... ok sure...

    " ‘Dub’ music evolved in Jamaica as a remix-driven genre with heavy emphasis on bass and drums."
    why didnt you say that first?

    "Like many other electronic genres, dub utilizes a collection of altering effects like reverb, delay, and tempo shifts."
    if you say so.

    i have something to do so i have to stop there for now.

    im in a 'to each his own' kind of mood today.

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    just to clarify....All brostep is dubstep, but not all dubstep is brostep.

    Brostep artist include, Skrillex, Rusko, Datsik, Chrispy, etc..all the "rage/mosh" type music.

    A good place to start with dubstep would be Kode 9...a little history never hurts.
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    I agree with TABS. Another great place to start is BBC Radio 1Xtra's "The Story of Dubstep." Google it, you'll find it. It's about 2 hours and covers almost all of early dubstep moving up into the "brostep revolution" in which brostep is discussed. I thought I knew a lot about dubstep before listening to this piece, but honestly, my mind was blown with how much more is out there.
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    That article was bullshit.

    It's like they googled the word dubstep and figured - hey, that'll do!

    I like how they gave a sub focus remix as an example of rusko.

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    I like how they mention Major Lazer as an example of a dubstep artist overtaking buzzbands...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cielomobile View Post
    I like how they mention Major Lazer as an example of a dubstep artist overtaking buzzbands...

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