by Ian Spyker

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Dstep When I put this out, Dubstep mania had taken over. Over compressed and cookie cutter architecture plagued a once eccentric sub-genre of EDM. I knew Dubstep to be flowing and open with the emphasis on the syncopation of drum patterns. I tried to juxtapose these ideas and ultimately ask the question, "Why?"

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When I put this out, Dubstep mania had taken over. Over compressed and cookie cutter architecture plagued a once eccentric sub-genre of EDM. I knew Dubstep to be flowing and open with the emphasis on the syncopation of drum patterns. I tried to juxtapose these ideas and ultimately ask the question, "Why?"
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Ian Spyker  2 years ago
 
Thanks!
Soundphaser  2 years ago
 
Love the way you bend and break sounds to make music! Congrats!
Jibba The Gent  2 years ago
 
Jibba The Gent tipped 1 coin on "Dstep"
Ian Spyker  2 years ago
 
[New Release] When I put this out, Dubstep mania had taken over. Over compressed and cookie cutter architecture plagued a once eccentric sub-genre of ...
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