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    Default In defence of post dubstep

    I know it's a very hated genre around here but...

    how can y'all not vibe with these:


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    brave thread i'll give you that. not going to get a sympathetic response from me though im afraid.

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    can i continue posting tracks i think are good doe?


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    i also think scuba did a huge disservice to the genre at an early stage

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    Go for it!

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    In my mind the whole berlin/ uk blend played itself out well with tracks like this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by deletia View Post
    can i continue posting tracks i think are good doe?

    do what you want. im not in charge, i just pretend to be.

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    top 10 list of the most post dubsteps tracks of all time.

    number 10

    might as well get the elephant out of the room straight away:



    it was a collab between joy orby & botters but wevs. its at an unmixable bpm, you only play this if you're making some kind of point

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    Another joy of dubstep was that influenced lower rhythms, injecting a whole new energy, frequently explored by shortstuff & in this case mickey pearce:


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    we *all* know the revisionist jungle of tessela but do you know! tesserz put out this killer on all city back in \



    (also him & his bro are putting out some mad shit with a sax player in 2018)

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    okay 7 track of acceptable post dubstep song..

    um

    am i allowed to play pariah?


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    I'm actually starting to run out of post dubstep producers..


    does deadboy count?


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    top button on your shirt done up. huf cap. limited release trainers from footpatrol. hand stitched japanese 'streetwear; hoodie. ' goldsmiths replaces pirate radio as training ground and academy. the home counties displace london.

    none of which makes the music bad necessarily. just noting that the gentrification of neighborhoods was accompanied by the gentrification of the fashions and the music (and, to some extent, the food) endemic to those neighborhoods.

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    lets do this:


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    insta: menterz are pretty infallible in my eyes

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