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  • asdfjkl hey, i totally agree w/ your thoughts on em, especially your appreciation for the sslp being a landmark album in terms of sheer hilariousness. that said, (brace yourself for some spam-sounding stuff) i'm trying to spread the word and just get my name out there to people who seem to really appreciate classic shady era stuff from when he was still gory, hilarious, etc. anyway, here's my first upload, any feedback is much appreciated, thanks again!
    October 23 12:27 AM
  • Deviant. I honestly wouldn't be able to comment on that, only because I'm not all that well versed on Jazz (as in I like a lot of it, but I haven't "studied" it to any degree). And no probs man, anytime
    November 21 10:03 PM
  • Deviant. picked up by American producers was given a glossy overhaul and paired with almost "pop" sensibilities. Truthfully, the difference between the two is that "brostep" bears little in common with thegenre's origins, as all it really does is plagiarize the basslines of dubstep, it has no roots in either garage music or dub music. It's a commercial rebranding, as cynical and "elitist" as that might sound
    November 21 01:18 AM
  • Deviant. Dubstep came about after 2 step music (garage) began to wan in popularity, with some producers wanting to simulate the complex basslines of drum and bass music but at a more contemplative tempo. When mixed in with dub and reggae influence (a reference back to the old school jungle days) dubstep was born. Over the years it went through various changes, at one end becoming more experimental and at others, more aggressive. It found fame in America around 2007-2008 and when.....
    November 21 01:16 AM
  • BallsToTheWall tee hee hee yes, yes it is
    August 16 12:35 AM

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