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infinite zest - 2015-06-03

If only artists like Plasticman, Burial and the like knew what they were starting. What "Dubstep" has become is even worse than what "punk" "emo" and "metal" became, and in a much shorter time.

Old_Zircon - 2015-06-03

Dubstep was around for the better part of a decade before the first Burial album came out, it's very much a late 90s phenomenon, although it wasn't being called dubstep yet (that was one of those things that the press added on later, like "grunge"). What most people think of as the first wave of dubstep was already a revival.

I've also never understood what Burial has to do with dubstep but then I only really listen to Untrue most of the time and that's more a weird, ambient treatment of garage.

Void 71 - 2015-06-03

If you want to put the blame on anybody, put it on Aphex, Squarepusher, and Photek. Those guys were the first to get into intricate beat chopping and manipulation. Dubstep drops sound like bootleg Aphex beats slowed way down to me.

There are a couple songs on Squarepusher's newest album that sound like dubstep parodies, but his editing puts the dubstep boys to shame.

infinite zest - 2015-06-03

Yeah that's why I said Plastikman; Richie Hawtin was one of the first artists I heard do something that resembled "Dubstep" once I first heard the term being thrown around with artists like Burial. I wasn't super into it but I saw and heard Hawtin a lot because I was living pretty close to Detroit.

yogarfield - 2015-06-03

please don't be real, please don't be real, please don't be real, please don't be real, please don't... where's a fucking falling piano when you need one?

BHWW - 2015-06-03

Hey, Bro-ster, Leave Those Kids Alone

Sanest Man Alive - 2015-06-03

All in All You're Just Another Drop in the Wub

That guy - 2015-06-03


takewithfood - 2015-06-03

That is some top-shelf cringe.

That guy - 2015-06-03

The next time you feel like the place you live is a little too unfriendly, just remember that it's that way to protect against ALL of this.

EvilHomer - 2015-06-03

Or is the unfriendliness the root cause of things like this? Perhaps if someone had been nice to this man when HE was a child, he wouldn't have grown up to be such a miserable douche.

What we are witnessing here is the cycle of generational douchieness. People were unkind to him as a child, and now these children will likely grow up to be unkind themselves.

Sanest Man Alive - 2015-06-03

Trying to shift the blame for your own douchebaggery onto others won't make them like your dubstep-beatboxing or your "I own Sugar Ray's entire discography and I vote" hat any more than otherwise.

EvilHomer - 2015-06-03

Oh no, I fully support personal responsibility. This man is a douchebag and the guilt for this video is his burden to bear.

I'm just saying that in the long-term, you can't fight douchebags by being a douchebag yourself. All you're doing is radicalizing a new generation of douchebag-extremists.

That guy - 2015-06-03

Does it seem like the kids and teachers are way too suddenly friendly to the weirdo? What fucking sunshine-cult city does this all take place in??

Cena_mark - 2015-06-03

I'll bet DJ PON3 is like this, running around Ponyville and harassing the Cutie Mark Crusaders.

EvilHomer - 2015-06-03

"WE'RE GONNA GO CHECK OUT SOME LITTLE KIDS" says the grown man with a rat goatee.

misterbuns - 2015-06-03

i literally hate this.

The Mothership - 2015-06-03

What an utter madman.

15th - 2015-06-03

Check out his channel.

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