dubstep

James Blake talks frat-boy dubstep (aka Skrillex), played in a church in Sweden with Low (belated pics)
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...
Pitchfork taking a survey, lists current music trends (in the “Trend You Wish Would Go Away” category)
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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