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RA tore Skrillex a new one in their review of his Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP this week.

I havta agree with a lot of what they say in the review. I agree that many US producers/DJs have perverted dubstep instead of evolved it from its original, dark UK roots.

Read the review here: http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=8266

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I'm from the UK, only heard about Skrillex on here, had a quick listen and it sounds truly horrific, can't deal with this borgore etc shit, no wonder noone decent admits to making 'dubstep' any more.

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RA tore Skrillex a new one in their review of his Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP this week.

I havta agree with a lot of what they say in the review. I agree that many US producers/DJs have perverted dubstep instead of evolved it from its original, dark UK roots.

Read the review here: http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=8266

what would you consider "good" or "decent" dubstep

no hate. just curious

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what would you consider "good" or "decent" dubstep

no hate. just curious

I've always preferred Caspa's dark, wobblier take on dubstep. So his Dub Police set is probably my favorite crew in the scene (and there is nothing better to rave for than a Dub Police show with Rod Azlan behind the mic). But I couldn't even begin to list all of the types of dubstep and artists that I consider to be good. Right now my favorite dubsteppers (if you can even call them that) are the Night Slugs crew. They are taking heavy bass to a whole new level.

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I've really been digging Mimosa lately. This guy is just fuckin awesome.

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what would you consider "good" or "decent" dubstep

no hate. just curious

There's a reason noone who used to make decent music in the UK will admit to making 'dubstep' anymore, the only people who will are those who've moved in from other genres like DnB (and even the best of them like Zinc and Redlight make Crackhouse etc) and the Caspa, Rusko, Skream etc brigade who have made good music and have great taste in music (Rusko's few shows on BBC 1xtra were pretty sick) but are happy to firmly occupy the middle of the road to fill clubs and student nights and make cash.

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lots of potential for this dude i think, 4 tracks i've heard are so solid

the drop at 1:28, damn

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none too specific to dubstep but http://gottadancedirty.com / http://ppelectro.blogspot.com / http://spotheads.blogspot.com/ mostly

about that skrillex review, i enjoy his music to a certain extent but the reviewer is basically correct; stuff is not a good representation of dubstep. i hear people on the daily talking about the 'dubstep' they like and listing deadmau5 and other similar artists. the loud in your face stuff, namely cookie monsta, 12th planet, skrillex, funtcase, borgore, etc., is fun but when compared to goth-trad, loefah, caspa, burial and the likes it is hard to call it dubstep

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So, I presume a few of you here have listened to the Breakage essential mix from may of this year, yeah? And how about the Nero essential mix from earlier this month? I loved them both equally, despite the fact they are coming from two entirely different places on the bass spectrum. Thoughts?

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This song is produced by Burial and is fucking fantastic.

Also anyone get ahold of Night Slugs Allstars Volume 1 and care to share it? PM me....

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