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Old 27-06-2007, 04:27 PM
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that skream link is crocked.
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Old 27-06-2007, 05:33 PM
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Seems to work for me, but it's only 1hr17 long.

Try this one: Skream EM
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Old 28-06-2007, 10:09 AM
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that skream link is crocked.
yih - i took it down to put up the kode 9 one..
maybe i should have edited the post.

shorry..
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Old 28-06-2007, 12:57 PM
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Been listening to the dubstep all week. Fuckin' loving it so I am.

Here's a link to Mary Ann Hobb's Breezeblock special on Dubstep, "Dubstep Warz" from January 2006.


Tracklisting


10th January 2006
Dubstep Special

D1 - Untitled (white)


Mala (Digital Mystikz)
Digital Mystikz - '10 Dread Commandments VIP' (white)
Digital Mystikz - 'Haunted' (white)
Digital Mystikz - 'Left Leg Out' (white)
Skream - 'Request Line' Mala remix (white)
Digital Mystikz - 'All Of A Sudden' (white)
Digital Mystikz - 'Anti-War Dub' (white)

Skream
Skream - 'Midnight Request Line' (Tempa)
Skream - 'Tapped' (Tempa)
Sunship and Warrior Queen - 'Almighty Father' Skream remix (white)
Skream - 'Glamma' (Tempa)
Skream - 'Deep Concentration' (Tempa)
Skream - 'Rottan' (Tempa)
Digital Mystikz - 'Ancient Memories' Skream remix (Tempa)
Horsepower - 'Egypt' (Skream remix) (white)
Skream - 'Music 2 Make Us Stagga' (white)

Kode 9 and Space Ape
Benny ill, Kode9 & the Culprit - 'Fat Larry Skank' (kode9 remix) (white)
Kode 9 and Space Ape - '9 Samurai' (Hyperdub)
Kode 9 and Space Ape - 'Backward' (Hyperdub)
Kode 9 and Space Ape - 'Kingston Dub' (Hyperdub)
Burial and Space Ape - 'Space Ape' (white)

Vex'd
Vex'd - 'Saturn' (white)
Vex'd - '3rd Choice' (white)
Vex'd - 'Wavescape Remix' (white)
Vex'd - 'Killing Floor' (white)
Vex'd - 'Knowledge Remix' (white)

Hatcha
Benga - Untitled (white)
Benga - Untitled (white)
Coki - Untitled (white)
Coki - Untitled (white)
Coki - Untitled (white)
Skream - 'Request Line' Remix (white)
Benga - Untitled (white)
Benga - Untitled (white)
Benga - Untitled (white)
Digital Mystikz - 'Ancient Memories' Skream remix (Tempa)

Loefah and Sgt. Pokes
Loefah - 'Mud' (white)
Loefah - 'Ruffage' (white)
Loefah - 'Sukkah' (white)
Loefah - 'System' (white)

Distance
Distance - 'My Demons' (white)
Distance - 'Fallen' (white)
Distance - 'Tuning' (white)
Distance - 'Cella' (white)
Distance - 'Cyclops' (white)
Distance - 'Night Vision' (white)
Distance - 'Traffic' (white)


DJ Pinch - 'Qawwali' (white)

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Apparantly the show that broke the genre:

Before leaving South London in force, dubstep required a champion, some prominent voice who could bring it to the attention of the global underground. That person was Mary Anne Hobbs, host of BBC Radio 1’s hugely influential Breezeblock program (since renamed Radio 1's Experimental Show), a late-night forum for left-field electronic music of many kinds.

Last January, Hobbs hosted a special episode of The Breezeblock titled “Dubstep Warz.” She invited “the godfathers” of the genre — producers Mala, Skream, Kode9, Vex’d, Hatcha, Loefah and DJ Distance — into Radio 1’s studios to perform live sets of what she described as “the most exciting underground scene in the U.K., emerging out of South London, and now permeating every corner of the planet, from Brixton to Baltimore, from Bristol to Brazil.”

The episode was radio gold. Hobbs invited her guests to explain their musical passions (Distance, for one, described his being influenced by American metal bands Korn and System of a Down), and mixed in testimonials by dubstep promoters and producers from places as far-flung as South Africa and Sao Paolo. “Tell you what, seriously, this could be the greatest night of my entire life on the face of God’s good Earth,” the BBC host said at one point during her show. Each of its seven performances revealed a radically different, uniquely exciting interpretation of the dubstep sound.

“I’d been frequenting FWD>> and DMZ for 18 months [beforehand], watching the whole scene gather momentum and energy. ‘Dubstep Warz’ captured a little of that energy at a real flashpoint,” Hobbs wrote me in a recent e-mail. “It took two months working on the show every day to get it right. It was a highly complex mosaic but it fell together beautifully on the night.” She remains an outspoken, eager supporter of the scene.

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Taken from here
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:11 PM
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Been listening to the dubstep all week. Fuckin' loving it so I am.

I quite like it too tbh, dont think it deserves the ridiculous amount of hype its gotten but i think some of it is great, not into the shouty aggressive stuff but the stuff with the dub/reggae influences is grand for the headphones.
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:15 PM
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I've only been listening to it for a week, like I say, so I'm still kind of blown away by how fresh-sounding it is.

What I love about it is (a) the ridiculous sub-bass and (b) the way it doesn't seem to have rules and definitions limiting it; the variety of different types of tunes within a mix is refreshing and engaging.
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:34 PM
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I've only been listening to it for a week, like I say, so I'm still kind of blown away by how fresh-sounding it is.

What I love about it is (a) the ridiculous sub-bass and (b) the way it doesn't seem to have rules and definitions limiting it; the variety of different types of tunes within a mix is refreshing and engaging.
ditto..

id been listening to a wee bit before sonar - and thoroughly enjoying it..

but when i got into sonar lab on saturday's sonar by night just as
meeary annnn hobbbbes finished up i nearly threw up with excitement.
place was rammed already.. kode 9 & the spaceape kicked off, and i stayed
in there for the whole night...

the headphones had done it no justice.. hearing it on a proppa system was the business... i threw some of the rudest shapes at sonar and was delighted with myself.. and that was outside. imagine hearing the like of it in a tiny club with a 7 foot roof... sick
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:44 PM
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i was listening to it first. so there.
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:53 PM
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tiny club with a 7 foot roof... sick

Don’t know much about sound systems but the best one I heard for dubstep was at club transmediale. Twas dj hatcha in a small bare concrete room and up the front there were 4 monolithic bassbins. The music didn’t sound loud or oppressive or buzzy in my ears, and everything was crystal clear from top to bottom and the bass lifted your chest….deadly
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Old 28-06-2007, 01:55 PM
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i threw some of the rudest shapes at sonar and was delighted with myself..
Hah!!

Deliiiigghted!
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