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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Bateman View Post
    And Ghostlaced, all the joker shit is dope.

    He needs to release an album sometime soon.

    I realised i never posted anything in this thread.

    I'll find some youtube links to shit i dig apart from 2562 which i already posted.
    Hes working on his album now. Hes been on constant tour for like 2 years.

    I like how dubs getting more attention on here now, I was making dubstep/burial threads in here back in 2007 that were getting ZERO replies lol


    http://wutang-corp.com/forum/showthread.php?t=47683


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    Serious....
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    Listening to this stuff on youtube kind of ruins it a bit, but it's the best i've got.


































    That Lambeth track by Burial is fucking cold, i hope it gets released at some point so i get a full version.

    Albums to look at:

    Burial - Burial
    Burial - Untrue
    Kode 9 & Spaceape - Memories of The Future
    Goth Trad - Mad Raver's Dance Floor
    Skream - Skream!
    Distance - My Demons
    Distance - Repercussions




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    ^ I copped the kode9 & spaceape - 9 Samurai vinyl the other day. its pretty sick

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    9 samurai is absolute classic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean Bateman View Post
    Listening to this stuff on youtube kind of ruins it a bit, but it's the best i've got.


































    That Lambeth track by Burial is fucking cold, i hope it gets released at some point so i get a full version.

    Albums to look at:

    Burial - Burial
    Burial - Untrue
    Kode 9 & Spaceape - Memories of The Future
    Goth Trad - Mad Raver's Dance Floor
    Skream - Skream!
    Distance - My Demons
    Distance - Repercussions

    That was almost too much bangage for me to handle.

    The Goth Trad shit is quite epic, the Emalkay tune is a banga also.

    All the burial stuff is classic.
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    nice drop i'll check it all

    the joker shit was hype too

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    bar 9-shaolin

    .pyrex vision.

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    i dl that Kode9 album..gonna listen and review later...i kno jack shit about Dubstep, save what ive read in this thread btw..eloels.

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    Memories of The Future took me a while to get into, so maybe not the best album to start with, but take a listen and see what you think.

    I generally prefer Dubstep without Mc'ing, but after a while i warmed to Spaceape.



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    Hm, i think Burial's stuff would be the easiest to get into.

    It is very downbeat and relaxed in contrast with a lot of other dubstep, which can be pretty harsh to new listeners.

    I'd say get Burial's Untrue as a starting point and Skream's self titled album.

    Skream has more of a traditional sound, so if you grab both of those you're covering most bases.



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    Yh basically theres different kinda dubs depending on your mood.

    For hype, bassy chaos try Belial

    For mellow vibes try Burial

    For real epic drops try Jakes

    For traditional dub infused stuff try kode9 and gentlemens dub club if you can find any of their stuff

    For standard procedures don't forget Rusko and Caspa
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    Yeah, there's is a lot of variation

    Rusko is even making sort of electro stuff now (i'm not a huge fan of it to be honest).

    I forgot to mention Caspa & Rusko's 'Fabriclive.37' as an album worth checking out (the album comes in a tin...).

    It's a mix containing a heap of different stuff, and reminds me that i should have posted some L-Wiz earlier.

    Girl From Codeine City is dope, as is anything else i've heard by him.



    Watch this:





    And a favourite of mine, Mexter Dorgan:





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