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Too much comment here will spoil the fun, so enjoy – particularly with Dubstep how-to videos becoming, bizarrely, some of the most viral things online. (Hmmm… it’s almost like kids are interested in producing a wildly-popular music genre. Strange. But I hope you’ll stick around for CDM’s new Csound Drones That Hurt Your Ears series, comi– hey, where did everyone go?)

I at least can see lovers and haters of the genre now known as “dubstep” (not to be confused with the previous genre known as dubstep) finding this amusing. But should I turn off comments, just in case?

Thanks to Berliner and serious sonic scientist Martin Backes for the find. Yes, Martin, I am stalking your Facebook page. In the blogger “journalism” field, we call that “research.”

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cXDgFwE13g My friends always make fun of me because I have “bad” taste in music. When they want a show or movie or game recommendation, I’m their man, but for music? They stay away as they probably don’t want to listen to video game soundtracks or rap from other countries. My latest questionable music choice [...]

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As we reported yesterday, Thom Yorke, Four Tet and dubstep musician Burial have all teamed together for a 12" which will be released on Four Tet's label - Text. The A-Side is called "Ego", and the AA-side is "Mirror". Both tracks premiered on UK radio station Rinse FM, rips of which can now be listened to below.

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Nach “Dubfiles” von vor zwei Jahren, erscheint nächste Woche die zweite große Dubstep-Dokumentation. In den letzten 24 Monaten ist ja auch eine Menge passiert. In “Bassweight”, so der Name der neuen DVD, werden unter anderem Benga, Skream, Marry Anne Hobbs und Kode9 interviewt. Oder, um es in den Worten der Macher zu sagen:

Charting the genre’s growth from its obscure origins in south London to global recognition today, the film features in-depth interviews with many of the DJ’s, producers and promoters who have been instrumental in Dubstep’s ongoing evolution. Skream, Benga, Kode9 and Mary Anne Hobbs are just some of the key players who have contributed, reflecting on the movement they’ve helped shape; a movement that has come to define the importance of underground music in the 21st Century.

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Bassweight from The SRK on Vimeo.

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