Looking for somewhere to something that’s a little more dubstep and a little less brostep? Want to find out what the difference is? Check out Future Garage/2 Step/UK Dubstep/Grime to check out great DJs and producers honing their tracks and picking appart the finer points of electronic music generes.
CoJack started playing “Fog” by Sduk
jessipedia: hey folks
disk: oh snap everyones here
VYGR: hey jessi
Bo Peep (TNP): Heya.
jessipedia: what’s going on? ready for some interviewing?
jessipedia: ok, well, first of all…What kind of music do you all play here, because I don’t really know what any of those music genres are… : /
digerati: >_< lol
VYGR: We play all sorts of Bass Music, Dubstep that is focused on sub-bass rather than on unbearable loud and screechy mid-range sounds, UK Garage, Grime, UK Funky, House, Juke, Footwork, some Jungle, Liquid DnB and so on.
jessipedia: what differentiates UK Dubstep from US? other than nationality..
VYGR: The love for bass, which means that we use subs to listen to our music and not just laptop speakers. Hah!
Bo Peep (TNP): LOL. FOR THE LOVE OF SUBS! RAWR!
digerati: ‘If your tune sounds like a bunch of power tools at a Home Depot – that’s not bass, that’s not sub, therefore, it’s not dubstep!’ -Joe Nice (UK Dubstep Ambassador)
trees: even tho he’s from the US, he still keeps it real/UK :p “UK dubstep” is just a sort of guideline, we play plenty of good US-based dubstep.
jessipedia: haha, ok. What’s Grime?
VYGR: Grime emerged from South London in the early 2000s as a development or blend of UK Garage, Dancehall, and Hip Hop.
trees: people like dizzee rascal and wiley are considered grime MCs