Name three underrepresented musical artists you wish anyone with a heartbeat should just sit/shut up

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  1. ikemen

    ikemen Well-Known Member

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    no further ado and further to my previous thread, damn, this isnt really hard at all. 1. Melody Gardot 2. Raul Midon 3. Prefuse 73 well, you can choose to include a video or two, even a short introduction, but i prefer to let the music speaks first. i personally prefer musical artists still alive, but anything goes if you think he/she's worth it. now, who would you plug?
     


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    Alright, I'll bite...


    Let the judging of my music tastes begin:

    1) MXWL - He put out a great (possibly heresy?) dubstep remix of Eleanor Rigby by the Beatles.
    2) MiMOSA - Another great dubstep artist.
    3) GLITCHDICK
     


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    ikemen Well-Known Member

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    nice, what are some of the classic dubstep artists/albums i should look out for?
     


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    cahlersmeyer Senior member

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    As far as "classics"/people you really should know if you're going to listen to Dubstep...

    Skrillex - "scary monsters and nice sprites"... my guess is you've heard it but didnt know it lol
    Deadmau5 - been around for awhile, the full 10min mix of "strobe" is excellent, especially when the beat drops at 6:40ish
    Rusko - came up by remixing top 40 songs on youtube, good stuff
    Steve Aokii
    Avicii - my all time favorite, he does dubstep, electro, house, trance, everything. and he does them all equally well... my favorite is "levels"...

    David Guetta is a sell out that steals other people's samples, but he has some good stuff from time to time... the dubstep thread has some great stuff too, though, lesser known artists.
     


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    thanks for some of the sharing! not that this is exactly related to dubstep, but this eric lau guy from london seems pretty cool
    ericlaumusic dot com
     


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    curzon Senior member

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    I like topics like this.

    I've been pluggin' this band for 25 years; look how far it's taken them :(

    Chameleons

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    I'd offer up the Graham Bond Organisation, but Bond died almost 40 years ago. So, something contemporary: Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats, a band someone on SF turned me onto.

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