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dougie conscious wrote:dubhead 1 lol thev worst cover in history
Ital Dokta wrote: As far as the artists, it would seem the shoe is now on the other foot, reggae itself is long past its creative prime and increasingly regionalized so there is little to offer mainstream artists, it is more the reggae acts hoping to get a boost from crossing over with other, more commercially viable genres.
dan i dubdub wrote:As the dubstep scene has fragmented, in particular, there have been a lot of people wanting to explore the original drum and bass.
Ringo wrote:dan i dubdub wrote:As the dubstep scene has fragmented, in particular, there have been a lot of people wanting to explore the original drum and bass.
I do the two hour warm up at a regular old school jungle night. Loads of the youngsters love their reggae but don't know that much beyond what has been sampled in jungle. I enjoy playing to them more than some of the other stuff we do, because they're really enthusiastic and eager to learn and hear more. It helps that a lot of jungle MCs cut their teeth on reggae sounds in the 80's, so a bit of Tenor Saw etc gets them going.
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