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Episode 22

Postby lothario » Sun May 27, 2012 12:00 pm

New episode available by Neorev. Enjoy!

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Re: Episode 22

Postby lothario » Sun May 27, 2012 12:50 pm

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Re: Episode 22

Postby NEOREV » Sun May 27, 2012 10:08 pm

1. Borgore - "Nympho"
2. Amon Tobin - "Hey Mr. Tree"
3. Skrillex - "Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites"
4. Foreign Beggars featuring Noisia - "No Holds Barred (Excision Remix)"
5. Starkey - "Robot Hands"
6. Excision & Datsik - "Swagga (Downlink Remix)"
7. Detboi featuring Ubber Wallya - "Voices In Heaven"
8. Claviq - "Oath Rite"
9. Downlink - "Against The Machines"
10. 501 - "VM3000"
11. Vex'd - "Pop Pop VIP"
12. Feed Me - "Cloudburn"
13. Far East Movement - "Like A G6 (Mochipet Remix)"
14. Hadouken! - "Turn The Lights Out (JFB Remix)"
15. Starkey - "Starting Gates"
16. Emalkay - "When I Look At You"
17. Matta - "Release The Freq"
18. Rich Kids - "Patna Dem (DJA Remix)"
19. Ludacris - "How Low (Caspa Remix)"
20. "Shake It, Bake It, Booty Quake It" - * sampled from the Cartoon Network's "Sym Bionic Titan"

(Please watch the video below, I can't believe this show is for kids lol)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TW71JI6AZUA
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Re: Episode 22

Postby NEOREV » Tue May 29, 2012 1:47 am

No dubstep lovers here, huh?
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Re: Episode 22

Postby Aquila » Tue May 29, 2012 5:10 am

I like your mixes, but I prefer to listen to dubstep while cruising in the car.
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Re: Episode 22

Postby NEOREV » Tue May 29, 2012 6:00 am

^Troof^
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Re: Episode 22

Postby Aquila » Tue May 29, 2012 9:32 am

Also failed to mention my car stereo is on the fritz at the moment, so I can't really enjoy this mix as much as I should.

BUT...I've checked it out on my mp3 player and it's nice man.
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Re: Episode 22

Postby NEOREV » Wed May 30, 2012 10:14 pm

Yeah, I always felt dubstep works better in a live environment than a home listening one with a loud and booming system
It's all about the sub bass and grinding down with your girl or guy or whatever you prefer :P

I think what made it caught on here as big as it did was because of it's rap elements. The US was taken over by rap music for a quite a while. And dubstep or brostep or whatever you wanna call it brings that rap groove but with drum n bass sounding bass/noise synths. It's not about being high octane 4 to the floor, it's about being groove base. It's about getting down and dirty. I think that's what clubs out here like it so much because lots of clubs was mostly rap or dance music. And popular dubstep blends those two styles together. And if notice a lot of dubstep is around the 140bpm mark, just like dance music, but the beat is half timed to a rap tempo. So the synths still have that upbeat-ness while the beat is a slow groove. It's kinda two conflicting tempos that complement each other. I think it caught on more with people who necessarily don't like to dance to high energy beats and rather just kinda groove and grind with it. I think that's where the divide comes from because the people who hate dubstep are usually more into the boom boom boom of a 4 to the floor dance/hardstyle/house beat. Where dance music seems to be more about following the 4x4 beat, dubstep is more about following the rhythm of the wobble synth. But I'm just rambling on :P

And if you hate dubstep and haven't listening to it in a live environment, in the middle of the crowd, and on a big sound system, you're missing a huge element of the music.
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