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Due to the high amounts of requests for Dubstep remixes of popular current songs and Dubstep torrents, we are going to ad a file sharing service soon to allow Djs and Dubstep producers a place to share and download Dubstep music remixes. That way you can share all of your free dubstep mixes and downloads online.
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A list of Producers, Artists and DJs worth checking out:
Rusko, Scuba, Skream, Skrillex, 16bit, 2562, Addison Groove, Akira Kiteshi, Appleblim, Asa, AxH, Bar 9, Benga, Ben UFO, Be-1ne, Breakage, Burial, Caspa, Clubroot, Coki, Cookie Monsta, Cyrus, Darkstar, Datsik, Deadboy, DFRNT, Digital Mystikz, Distal, Distance, DJG, Doctor P, Downlink, Drty, Emalkay, Eprom, ESKMO, Excision, Flux Pavilion, Forensics, Grizzly, Headhunter, Heyoka, Hyetal, Ikonika, Incyde, Instra:mental, Jakes, James Blake, Joe Nice, Joy Orbison, Joker, J:Kenzo, Kode 9, Kromestar, Kryptic Minds, Loefah, LUKKI, Magnetic Man, Mala, Martyn, MiMOSA, Mount Kimbie, Nero, Numbernin6, Ramadanman, Phaeleh, Pinch, Plastician, Prism, Redlight, Reso, Starkey, Stenchman, Substance, Sukh Knight, The Widdler, Untold, VIVEK, Von D and Zomby.
Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that has its roots in London’s early 2000s UK garage scene. Musically, dubstep is distinguished by its 2-step rhythm, or use of snare sounds similar to 2-step garage and grime, and an emphasis on bass, often producing “dark” sounds, but just as frequently producing sounds reminiscent of dub reggae or funky US garage.
Dubstep tracks are generally produced at a tempo of around 140 beats per minute and in recent years have developed signature half time rhythms, often heavily shuffled or syncopated, and usually, though not exclusively, including only one snare drum hit per bar, often on the third beat.
Such factors make dubstep rhythms markedly different from four-to-the-floor rhythms used in other styles of electronic dance music such as house music, which usually have two snare hits accompanying the second and fourth kick drum. Often, the sense of rhythm in dubstep is propelled more by the bassline than by the percussive content.
The earliest dubstep releases, which date back to 1999, were darker, more experimental, instrumental dub remixes of 2-step garage tracks attempting to incorporate the funky elements of breakbeat, or the dark elements of drum and bass into 2-step, which featured as B-sides of single releases. In 2001, this and other strains of dark garage music began to be showcased and promoted at London’s club night Forward, which went on to be considerably influential to the development of Dubstep like Stepen hawkin. The term “Dubstep” in reference to a genre of music began to be used by around 2002, by which time stylistic trends used in creating these remixes started to become more noticeable and distinct from 2-step and grime.
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Download Music Online – What To Look For
By http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Davion_Wong Davion Wong
It is not a problem to download music online nowadays. There is an overwhelming selection of websites offering just about anything, so even if your taste is quite specific chances are you can find what you are looking for. The following information will give you an idea what to look for as well as watch out for when you decide to download music online.
First of all, differentiate streaming and downloading. The first variant is when music is played live as long as you are online; in case of downloading you get music files copied to your hard disk, so they can be saved and played offline. Downloads also differ. Some are permanent, meaning that you can burn the songs to a CD or transfer them to a portable player. However, downloads protected by DRM (Digital Rights Management) usually last as long as your subscription does. You are also limited in moving and copying your music files.
Clearly, getting full control over your downloaded music files is what you should look for. However, if you are only looking to listen to songs online, streaming is sufficient as many radio stations offer it for free.
Free Stuff Does Not Mean Best
The first thing that many people look for is to download music online for free. However, if you take time to read user reviews, you will realize that people face a lot of problems on these sites. They vary from slow downloading speeds to poor selection and quality of songs to improper functioning of a website to virus attacks and inadequate file content… File sharing is the fastest way to expose the data stored on your computer to other users, so you need to realize that the whole idea of free music downloads is potentially dangerous in many ways.
Needless to say, the majority of free music download sites are downright illegal (though unabashedly claiming the opposite). A good example is the famous Napster, which used to be a P2P kind of website, but had to stop free services under legal pressures. Even Kazaa and some other large music sharing websites don’t seem to function properly according to the latest user reviews given the fact that they also face a lot of copyright challenges.
Paid websites vary a lot when it comes to payment plans they offer. Subscription is the most common variant, but unfortunately not the cheapest. Pay per download is even more expensive option unless a couple of particular songs are all you need. The alternative to download music online, which is becoming more and more popular, is to purchase a lifetime membership. You can get access to unlimited music downloads and all the necessary technical support for less than $50 in most cases.
Other things to look for when deciding to download music online are: usable format, free trial period and/or samples of music available, free downloading software, clear instructions, and 100% malware protection.
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A music download is the transferring of music from an Internet-facing computer or website to a user’s local desktop computer. This term encompasses both legal downloads and downloads of copyright material without permission or legal payment. According to a Nielsen report, downloadable music accounted for 55.9% of all music sales in the US in 2012. As of January 2011, Apple’s iTunes Store alone made $1.1 billion of revenue in the first quarter of its fiscal year.
A few our favorite DJs, Producer’s and artist’s :
12th Planet, 16bit, Adventure Club, Alvin Risk, Bassnectar, Benga, Borgore, Boxcutter, Breakage, Burial, Caspa, Chase & Status, Clubroot, Cyrus, Datsik, Delta Heavy, Digital Mystikz, Dillon Francis, Dirtyphonics, Distance, DJ Chef, DJ SFR, Doctor P, Dog Blood, Drop the Lime, El-B, Emalkay, Excision, Flux Pavilion, Foreign Beggars, FS, FuntCase, The Gaslamp Killer, Geiom, Gemini, Jon Gooch, Goth-Trad, Mick Harris, Ikonika, Ill-esha, Infected Mushroom, Jack Beats, Jakwob, JDevil, Joker, Joy Orbison, Juakali, Katy B, Killbot, Knife Party, Kode9, Kill the Noise, Krewella, Liquid Stranger, Lindsey Stirling, The M Machine, Magnetic Man, Kevin Martin, Martyn, Modestep, Mount Kimbie, MRK1, Mt Eden, Navene-k, Nero, , Joe Nice and Noisia.
Bass music is an umbrella term that refers to various styles of music including drum and bass, bassline, dubstep and UK garage among others. The phrase began to be used in response to the blending of sounds between these genres. The key characteristic shared among these genres are an emphasis on basslines, groove and rhythm.
In the United Kingdom, bass music, or UK Bass has had major mainstream success since the late 2000s and early 2010s, with artists such as Example, Chase & Status, Skream, Benga and Wretch 32.
Dubstep producer Skream, is quoted in an interview with The Independent in September 2011 as saying “The word dubstep is being used by a lot of people and there were a lot of people being tagged with the dubstep brush. They don’t want to be tagged with it and shouldn’t be tagged with it – that’s not what they’re pushing… When I say ‘UK bass’, it’s what everyone UK is associated with so it would be a lot easier if it was called that.”