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Skream likes Skrillex (and is opening for him in NYC); Rusko says new album is in reaction to brostep (and is touring)

Dubstep originator Skream recently talked to UK mag the Quietus:Quietus: A lot of people would say with the Skrillex stuff, that it's damaging to dubstep, it's perverting the sound...

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Prince of dubstep Mark Sultan is on tour, back in NYC, plays with Xray Eyeballs (at one of their two shows)

Mark Sultan in Austin (more by Tim Griffin)

Back in October, even before he played the Norton party at The Bell House, Mark Sultan (aka BBQ) told Spinner:"I understand and appreciate instantaneous music and artforms in general," he maintains...

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James Blake talks frat-boy dubstep (aka Skrillex), played in a church in Sweden with Low (belated pics)

As many are posting, James Blake told Liz Pelly at the Boston Phoenix that:"I think the dubstep that has come over to the US, and certain producers-- who I can't even be bothered naming-- have definitely hit upon a sort of frat-boy market where there's this macho-ism being reflected in the sounds and the way the music makes you feel...

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Darkstar playing NYC after Pitchfork — dates, live video, Warp

UK Dubsteppy synth-pop trio Darkstar (no relation to Grateful Dead cover band Dark Star Orchestra) will be at quite a few festivals this summer...

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James Blake

London dubstep producer James Blake is a classically trained pianist who studied popular music at Goldsmiths University in London. He began his music career under the moniker Harmonimix, creating remixes of pop songs...

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Pitchfork taking a survey, lists current music trends (in the “Trend You Wish Would Go Away” category)

Trend You Wish Would Go Away

  1. 90s revivalism (No Age, Japandroids, Cymbals Eat Guitars)
  2. Afropop indie (Dirty Projectors, Fool's Gold, Abe Vigoda)
  3. Animal Collective acolytes (Blind Man's Colour, Our Brother the Native, USF)
  4. Balearic (jj, John Talabot, Windsurf/Hatchback)
  5. Chillwave/glo-fi (Washed Out, Neon Indian, Nite Jewel)
  6. Dubstep and its offshoots (wonky, funky, bassline)
  7. Post-Lily Allen UK pop (La Roux, Little Boots, Florence and the Machine)
  8. Prim, buttoned-up indie (Grizzly Bear, Andrew Bird, St
  9. ...

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The Bug is playing NYC tonight… and other tour dates

Kevin Martin is a London-based musician, record producer, and journalist. He has been active for over a decade, in the genres of dub, jazzcore, industrial hip-hop, and dubstep...

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an interview with TRICKY (on his new album, dubstep, grime, Bernard Butler, Switch, M.I.A. & more)

A friend of mine played me some stuff and said "you're the father of dubstep."

Tricky (who kicks off a US tour at Irving Plaza in NYC Thurday night) is never at a loss for words or a strong opinion...

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Showtrotta’s Memorial Weekend in Dance (fri-sun stuff to do)

DOWNLOAD: The Captain - Bass Friends Forever Part 1 (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Mathhead - Bass Friends Forever Part 2 (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Kids With Snakes - Live March Mix (MegaUpload MP3)
DOWNLOAD: Bradley D - Live on East Village Radio 4/16/08 (MP3)
DOWNLOAD: VDRK - GBH Live set on East Village Radio April '08 (ZSHARE MP3)
STREAM: Hercules & Love Affair - Blind (Frankie Knuckles mix) (REAL AUDIO)

People Don't Dance No More @ Love, May 22, 2008 (more by David Bruno)

There's a lot happening this weekend, especially at Love...

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