Dubstep History Mix

Listen online to a dubstep history mix from Sub FM’s DJ Vibezin, not had chance to listen has I’m so busy let me know your thoughts
Dubstep History Mix smokelessfuels.blogspot.com
Sub FM‘s DJ Vibezin on the mix from ’06 celebrating the roots of dubstep. Thanks to Safetyboy.
Horsepower – Classic Deluxe [Tempa]
Artwork – The Soul
DJ Abstract – Identity Crisis [Vehicle]
Bogeyman Vs Lombardo – Disturbed
DJ Abstract Touch [Tempa]
Phuturistix – 551 Blues [Locked On]
El-B & Blaze – The Club [Ghost]
Horsepower – Let’s Dance [Tempa]
Horsepower – Electro Bass [Turn U On]
Nude – Digitize [Shelflife]
El-B & Roxy – Express [Ghost Ltd]
El-B – Lyrical Tempo [Ghost]
Hyper-Hypa and Julius feat. MC Juiceman – Congo Fever [Shelflife]
High Plains Drifter feat. Goldspot Productions – Sholay (epic mix) [Tempa]
Menta – Snake Charmer [Road]
Artwork – Red [Big Apple]
El-B – Two Thousand [Ghost]
Oris Jay – Biggin Up The Massive [Urban Underground]
Zed Bias – Pretty Pretty [Kritical Mass Productions]
El-B feat. MC Juiceman – Buck & Bury [Ghost]

Dubstep Purchases

Looking to buy some dubstep check out this euro shop has it’s all the latest beats from Benga, Skream et la…
Original Post www.dense-shop.de
No need to look any further, the easter bunny left all his eggs at Dense. And party poopers as we are, we give you the whole run down already.
Heavy newcomers in the dubstep aisle this week with plenty of new releases on Tempa, including the guaranteed-to-be-talked about “Diary Of An Afro Warrior” by Benga and Skream’s 4th volume of his “Skreamizm” series.
Hardest, fastest, loudest: Ad Noiseam unleashes one of their toughest releases this week, with the accurately named “Pillaged & Plundered” split 12″ between The Teknoist & Eustachian, while Berlin wizkid Hecq cools things down with his glitchy (and limited) new “Golden Pines”.
More lyrical but not any less wicked, we’ve got most of the catalog of alternative hip-hoper Bleubird and his Endemik label in stock, crowned by his latest “Rip U$a” and several CD and records by Scott Da Ross and Skyrider.

Dubstep resource

a great little dubstep resource site and it’s kept relevant by us so get on it
Original Post www.squidoo.com

Dubstep’s early roots are in the more experimental releases of UK garage producers, seeking to incorporate elements of dub reggae into the South London-based 2-step sub-genre. These experiments often ended up on the B-side similar to what happened with dub and reggae.