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I'm looking for some super evil cunchy raunchy dub step.
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Author I'm looking for some super evil cunchy raunchy dub step.
transferpoint
I don't like dub step. Okay got that out of the way...

My roommate and keyboard player loves rocking the dub step... I'm trying to find a happy medium so I don't have to listen to pure shit all the time. We both like skinny puppy and raunchy electro-industrial type shit.

I think if Otto Von Schirach remixed Rusko... that would be decent sounding.

So far I found Borgore and that's pretty close to what I picture as being cool dub step. Kinda...

Any sweet name drops?
opsysbug
ANCIENT METHODS-not REALLY dubstep but...
Suburban Bather
Vex'd
transferpoint
I'll look em up, thanks. Your adding hours to my sanity.
chinard
On the dubstep side I like bassnectar quite a bit, but it sounds like what you are after is "breakcore". Most breakcore out there is more like digital hardcore but there is some that is more towards the dubstep side.

check out some stuff from Bong-Ra, it may be more what you are after.
transferpoint
As long is it has a raunchy wubwubwubwub sound I'm good.
Suburban Bather
transferpoint wrote:
As long is it has a raunchy wubwubwubwub sound I'm good.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5jebTBYA6M&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26JeqK2ydjo&feature=related
transferpoint
Suburban Bather wrote:
transferpoint wrote:
As long is it has a raunchy wubwubwubwub sound I'm good.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5jebTBYA6M&feature=related

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26JeqK2ydjo&feature=related


vex'd = keeper!
ignatius
check out Scorn (Mick Harris). his sound is partially what inspired the genre imho.

http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=66955

his earlier records (plan B in particular) have more 'swing and shuffle' to them and are some of my favorites

you should also check out funckarma's take on dubstep. the EP called Dubstoned on highpointlowlife

this is a great record (side A in particular is ridiculously good).. i'm a bit of a funckarma junky btw.

http://highpointlowlife.com/?page_id=265&id=27
parasitk
Vex'd, Scorn, Distance, Milanese

I hear people say "dubstep" but these guys also sound very industrial to me.
Audio Resistance
That Vex'd is good stuff, thanks for the link! thumbs up
Suburban Bather
we're not worthy Scorn we're not worthy

Amazing how Mick's sound has evolved through out the entire Scorn catalog. The Stealth album will blow your head off BOOM!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2Kw55IDDCQ&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lS_kCU7gdv0&feature=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP719__gCHU&feature=related
DGTom
parasitk wrote:
Vex'd, Scorn, Distance, Milanese

I hear people say "dubstep" but these guys also sound very industrial to me.


Vex'd & Distance are pretty much 'dubstep by association' tho Distance is a pretty tidy Garij DJ, I've got a couple of 'history lesson' type sessions he did alongside DJ Scientest on pirate radio that fans of his metal-step stuff would prob. hate.


Scorn had very little to do with 'inspiring' dubstep in general, but fans of his stuff picked up on the harsher end of what was reffered to for awhile as breakstep, this type of stuff;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2wzlh4e0Gg

tho most of S&Ds best stuff went un-released; 'Logans Run' & 'Scorpion Kick' especially, interested parties may find it usefull to track down some of S&Ds old Rinse FM sets from 2005 / 2006, no doubt you'll hear '205' amoungst the phone numbers being called out, 1 dropping for the rewind wink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHkAeawuVH4

Frankly, "if Otto Von Schirach remixed Rusko" this is what I'll be forced to endure after I'm dead & being punished for my many, many sins hihi


PS: I like my raunch a little more bashy;

parasitk
DGTom wrote:
parasitk wrote:
Vex'd, Scorn, Distance, Milanese

I hear people say "dubstep" but these guys also sound very industrial to me.


Vex'd & Distance are pretty much 'dubstep by association' tho Distance is a pretty tidy Garij DJ, I've got a couple of 'history lesson' type sessions he did alongside DJ Scientest on pirate radio that fans of his metal-step stuff would prob. hate.


Electronic music in general is a little too precious with it's sub-sub-sub-genre labeling. Personally, I don't care much for that. Metal is getting like that as well. So fucking annoying! very frustrating

Coming from an old-school industrial background, I dig all of those projects, no matter what pretend pseudo-genre they are! hihi
DGTom
Genre is like Cartography & in the same way as a map does not define the landscape a genre name just provides an easy way to talk about the terrain.

Metal & Electronic music are very similar in that genre becomes an important way of understanding the sonic landscape because quite often the differances in terrain are very subtle, what is an important distinction for the initate seems like pointless hair splitting to the outsider.

But genre is of particular importance in electronic dance music because there is, has always, been an emphasis on anonymity. Its quite hard to disscuss links between artists etc. when the vast majority of the records are often nameless, faceless white labels. In many cases there is literally no other way to talk about the music.

I get where you're coming from tho, but, I get just as annoyed by the 'its aaaalll mmmuuuuussssiiiiccckkkk mmmmaaannnnn' attitude.
parasitk
DGTom wrote:
I get where you're coming from tho, but, I get just as annoyed by the 'its aaaalll mmmuuuuussssiiiiccckkkk mmmmaaannnnn' attitude.


Well I'm not saying that either! Dinner at the Y Genres certainly help (and even some sub-genres to a point – how useful is "Electronic Music"? hihi), and I basically agree with what you're saying. I'm not a fan of either extreme!

Also, I'm not an outsider in both metal and electronic, but more often than not, the sub-sub-sub-etc label just becomes a box, which the artist is no longer ever allowed to leave, lest they shatter their "authenticity".

I guess I'm just touchy about this one. razz

Sorry for hijack – back to listing cool dubstep or almost dubstep! This is fun!
DGTom
parasitk wrote:
Well I'm not saying that either! Dinner at the Y


Oh, I wasn't saying your were at all! I think both extremes are as bad as one another as you say.

But yeah, I can see why people here dig the chainsaw bass, just not my cup of tea... at the risk of sounding like my nan 'it all sounds the same' but what do I know I've been listening to Mexican Tribal House all day ambulance
ignatius
so you guys are saying No Doubt isn't Ska? lol
tokyocat
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perky
Besides those that have been named so far i'd like to expand the list

Cardopusher
Nero
Kromestar
Bar 9
Kode 9
16 bit
Slam52
Sub Scape
Ebola
Kryptic Minds

Is some of the names i usually DJ when things go rougher. Ofc its not all tracks from above artist that is good, but you can find some true gems grin
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