So what do people honestly think about dubstep. Love it or hate it. I remix tunes in my spare time for a few friends and I have been really into it for the past year. I just think it works as a way to remix a tune with a big beat and a nice drop. Opinions?
Peoples opinions on Dubstep
I personal just got into dubstep about a year ago. I was pulled into it by a friend and have not looked back. The mixture of recognizable hip hop and trance songs with such a dirty bass is really enticing to me. The song that really defines dubstep is Rusko's Big Trombone Remix of the Day N' Nite, Kid Cudi Vs Crookers. I've enjoyed the genre a ever since.
On Immersion, I think it's great. It took some time to grow on me - just like the two other Pendulum albums - but I'm really enjoying it now. I loved the feat with In Flames. It's a perfect combinations of my two favorite music genres; drum'n'bass and melodic death metal. The Island was good too, with the Dawn being more 'old school' drum'n'bass and Dusk going dubstep. While Immersion may not be as good as Hold Your Colour or In Silico, the latter of which I absolutely loved (unlike most other Pendulum fans, it seems), it's still a really good and solid Pendulum album. You should give it some more time.
I dig it. I like the progressive nature of it, and I'd gladly take it over most forms of club music (ie. I hate techno, jungle, trance, etc.)
I find it funny because on my music tastes will jump from rap to metal, then go into jazz or 70's funk, and right into DnB or Dubstep. I appreciate most forms of music, but yeah I'm weird like that.
Plus, it helps that I have a pretty sick sub for my computer setup - Logitech z-5500
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