The lighter side of Dubstep.
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    Tech Guru DubluW's Avatar
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    Default The lighter side of Dubstep.

    Im in need of some help from all you Dub/Dubstep/ragga heads out there.


    Im in need of some Dubstep and the like in the ranges of 70-85 and 140-160, that's fairly light hearted but has a good rumble to it.

    I've got a fair whack of tunes already, but it's always nice to cut to the chase and see what other people have.

    I've done plenty of digging, so please don't give me the ''look harder because it's all part of the fun'' speech. I know.

    Also, i need proper Dub/Dubstep etc. Not the screeching monster dubstep evolved into, and no filler from a petrol station reggae album!


    A few tunes that give you an idea of what im after.








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    think i can help you out with this

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcWIP4-ZcNw‎
    www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRfHAK1JD9I




    (URLs, because there's 5 videos max per post)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNLpPwq74D8
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rknGBBa2G3I
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMySkPJpwt8
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2WKA2IBjhk
    and listen to this (mandatory imo)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GL8IrG2bEo


    Also check back catalogue of these labels:

    DMZ
    Deep medi
    Tectonic
    Punch
    Tempa
    Dub Police
    Southside dubstars
    Planet mu

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    Blackmill is my personal favorite chillstep dude. I would check him out.

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    I think you 'll like these:







    Also you said yo needed proper Dub:




    not sure where this fits in but it has a sick bassline


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    Let's not forget Horsepower, the originals.

    And an actual tune for the sake of it...


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