Dissensus' first brostep thread

wektor

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No one talks about it, yet it is the first digitally bedroom produced genre of this era, its significance reaching very far, but somehow not acknowledged.
 

wektor

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why some new school djs are bothered to spin the jog for 15 mins instead of playing a banger like this?
 

wektor

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might be quite tacky but kinda fucks, especially with the very occasional accent added by the kick.
a real study in morphology.
 

wektor

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this is trash but reminds me of pop punk innocence before means for good production were widely available, ie. it was normal to hear a song on the radio sung by someone who does not sing that well.
 

wektor

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they very obviously tag them as dubstep to piss off boomers.
even though the videogame music inspired stuff is usually crap within this genre. like 99% of the genre itself. no matter the inspiration.
very decent melodically, don't like some of the presets but the drop kinda gets me.
 

wektor

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this would be completely alright without those nonsense drums. like the rubber punchiness of that percussive synth. fun stuff. very obvious flux pavillion ripoff but flux was always redoing the same track with different chord progressions.
 

wektor

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he started doing more fun stuff later on it seems. this is absolutely decent, apart from the slight hint of nonce vibes.
 

Benny B

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I don't think this is the first brostep dissensus thread, isn't there a Barty one somewhere?
 

woops

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this would be completely alright without those nonsense drums. like the rubber punchiness of that percussive synth. fun stuff. very obvious flux pavillion ripoff but flux was always redoing the same track with different chord progressions.
yeah the drop is quite fun.
 
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