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Dubstep and Grime seriously needed!!!


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Written on: 04.11.2009 22:29
alex murden
Posts: 63
I'm From the Uk where Dubstep & Grime have really exploded and are linked really well. Last year only one small act was in the line up. If your not on it yet check out the Bigger names that would attract Roskilde like Skream, Joker, Benga, Caspa & Rusko, Emalkay n Nero. It would be perfect for the roskilde sound systems as well.
Written on: 10.11.2009 20:17
Sebastian
Posts: 18
Word, I was a bit disappointed with the lack of dubstep/grime this year. 2562 was good though and Lucy Love put on a good show, she's not really dubstep but she's definately dubby/grimey. Groundation is pretty dubby aswell and their performance was mind blowing. But yeah Roskilde should definately book more dubstep and grime for next year.
Written on: 12.11.2009 09:49
FlinkFyr
Posts: 16
ye. Get OHOI, a Danish dub crew. Caspa & Rusko. Or Baba Black / Lulu Rouge
Written on: 13.11.2009 11:42
Mehl
Posts: 7
2562 was okay, but nothing special...

Raffertie, DMZ, The Others, Braiden, Shortstuff, Kromestar or Emalkay... Come on!!!

Oh, and neither Baba Black or Lulu Rouge has anything to do dubstep or grime.. Both are cool though.

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Written on: 13.11.2009 12:52
Karsten Laj
Posts: 99
TEK-ONE AT ROSKILDE FOR SURE!
or 501, Caspa, Joker. anything!

but hey. what about some DnB? that'd be awesoommmmeeee!!$!!!$$$$44
Written on: 16.11.2009 12:28
CharlieSabotage
Posts: 378
I'm from Trondheim, Norway. And at my local club I've seen Caspa, Skream, Rusko, Benga, and Nero.

If they can get them booked, Roskilde most definitely can.
Written on: 17.11.2009 23:25
Matias
Posts: 4
I'd suggest you guys to look at

http://www.myspace.com/engineearz

(just a start) -Dubstep's exploded in the DK aswel, as in a greater part of Europe, within a few years!

I'm backing you guys up in the believe that this genre should have its tryout at Roskilde!! icon_cool.gif

[This article was edited 1 times, at last 17.11.2009 at 23:26.]
Written on: 18.11.2009 01:16
Andiech
Posts: 211
Skream and Benga were awesome when they visited Roskilde '08

Dunkelbunt put up a good show aswell, both in the lounge and in Astoria.

Fanfara Tirana was really nice aswell icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 21.11.2009 20:08
skallgrimsson
Posts: 1120
alex murden skrev:

I'm From the Uk where Dubstep & Grime have really exploded and are linked really well. Last year only one small act was in the line up. If your not on it yet check out the Bigger names that would attract Roskilde like Skream, Joker, Benga, Caspa & Rusko, Emalkay n Nero. It would be perfect for the roskilde sound systems as well.


Yepp and LESS shitty american hip-hop! More Grime!
Written on: 23.11.2009 00:59
alex murden
Posts: 63
Ye, if any organisers are reading this, DO NOT be confused by getting chipmunk and tinchy stryder, we need people like Wiley who can spit over tracks by Skream & Benga. Nero would be huge. Allthough DnB is good, its dropping in popularity, dubstep has taken its place
Written on: 25.11.2009 17:07
Peter Parker
Posts: 102
Rusko, Nero, Caspa, Benga or 16Bit I would be overjoyed with just one of those names on the list, pretty please with sugar on top and all that. icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 26.11.2009 15:08
MrLee
Posts: 132
As other people have stated, freakin' BENGA would be awsome!!
Written on: 27.11.2009 01:37
alex murden
Posts: 63
also, roskilde could book them so easily, im thinking BOY BETTER KNOW and ROLL DEEP should come too
Written on: 27.11.2009 10:51
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
skallgrimsson skrev:

alex murden skrev:

I'm From the Uk where Dubstep & Grime have really exploded and are linked really well. Last year only one small act was in the line up. If your not on it yet check out the Bigger names that would attract Roskilde like Skream, Joker, Benga, Caspa & Rusko, Emalkay n Nero. It would be perfect for the roskilde sound systems as well.


Yepp and LESS shitty american hip-hop! More Grime!


dont drag all of american hiphop in to your statement icon_smile.gif
(i know lil wayne and Kanye west)
Written on: 27.11.2009 10:53
Dave The Babe
Posts: 678
i would like The Others to play!
Written on: 02.12.2009 03:52
lui
Posts: 1
Matias skrev:
this genre should have its tryout at Roskilde!! icon_cool.gif


'07: DMZ (and dizzee rascal)
'08: Magnetic Man (Skream, Artwerk, Benga) (and lucy love)
'09: 2562, he shouldn't have played that early, but apart from that he really did put on a wicked show, if you're not just into mindless banger tunes (and lucy love aswell this year.. on a bigger stage icon_biggrin.gif)

saying that the genre should have a debut next year is actually wrong

So i'm quite sure you'll be able to skank out to something deep and grimey aswell in '10! I'd say that Joker is the best guess for this year, as hyped as he's been lately (with good reason!!!!) i mean.. they've had the really deep dark dub/reggae influenced kinda stuff (DMZ), the more edgy and techy, and ofc. wobbly kind of stuff (Magnetic Man), and the delicious, dubby, and even garage and house inspired stuff (2562)... so i'm thinking Joker would be a qualified guess, also because Roskilde seems to want something different in this category every year, and Joker certainly is icon_smile.gif lush synths and catchy melodies spiced with deep, bangin bass! But you never know.. Roskilde tents to surprize!

With that said... we REALLY need some DnB aswell!!! (no pendulum please) i've really been missing that!
Written on: 08.12.2009 08:51
Viola
Posts: 9
Hmm.. I know its not just dub or just grime, cause its so much more..

But if you don't mind the variation... What about The Prodigy?

I've seen Prodigy twice, and its way far than mindblowing. The music is wicket and rave-ish, and the crowd is pogo punk-ish. Something i can asure you, you wont experience anywere else, and something, that would abso-fucking-lutly be INSANE at roskilde.. !!
Written on: 08.12.2009 14:42
Deleted user Although it's more classic dub than anything else, and pretty psychedelic, I'd really love to see Ott (from Twisted, not the gayass boyband). Amazing stuff.
Written on: 08.12.2009 20:09
Torben Schytt-Nielsen
Posts: 5
Hope to see some D&B or dubstep acts on the poster this year.

Would be great to see Reso : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnubAl3bF3A
Written on: 08.12.2009 23:00
alex murden
Posts: 63
Viola wrote:

Hmm.. I know its not just dub or just grime, cause its so much more..

But if you don't mind the variation... What about The Prodigy?

I've seen Prodigy twice, and its way far than mindblowing. The music is wicket and rave-ish, and the crowd is pogo punk-ish. Something i can asure you, you wont experience anywere else, and something, that would abso-fucking-lutly be INSANE at roskilde.. !!

I agree that the Prodigy would be good, but they aren't really a mix of dub, dubstep or grime, they're a completly different genre. Dubstep and grime has a much much slower backbeat and rhythm to it. But i have always wanted to go and see the prodigy!
Written on: 09.12.2009 18:58
Simber
Posts: 5
If they get Burial to come and play it would be huge!
Written on: 09.12.2009 22:02
Viola
Posts: 9
alex murden skrev:

Viola skrev:

Hmm.. I know its not just dub or just grime, cause its so much more..

But if you don't mind the variation... What about The Prodigy?

I've seen Prodigy twice, and its way far than mindblowing. The music is wicket and rave-ish, and the crowd is pogo punk-ish. Something i can asure you, you wont experience anywere else, and something, that would abso-fucking-lutly be INSANE at roskilde.. !!

I agree that the Prodigy would be good, but they aren't really a mix of dub, dubstep or grime, they're a completly different genre. Dubstep and grime has a much much slower backbeat and rhythm to it. But i have always wanted to go and see the prodigy!


So true. And roskilde would kill with some good dub and grime.. So yes, we definitely need that.. but anyway i wouldn't complain with just the prodigy!
Written on: 13.12.2009 13:57
Deleted user What I've seen in this thread is one or two dubstep-acts in teh last three Roskilde's. This genre is blowing up, so it deserves at least a night. I would say, bring over:

- The Gaslamp Killer
- Headhunter
- Modeselektor
- Martyn

That would mke a great night!

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