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The new tribes of dance music

erika

TRIBE Member
Highly recommended for some folks on here, the part about the tru-skool dubsteppers (better with the illustration):

Keeping dubstep real since 2006, the Tru-Skool Dubstepper would rather lose a body part than listen to one of Skream’s disco sets. She’ll only go to a rave if the sound-system is tailor made for dub, knows every unreleased Mala tune off by heart and can roll a King L spliff quicker than you can say ‘swifta beater’ – though don’t mention the fact that DMZ and Subloaded only happen once a year these days, or she’s liable to get a bit sad. Girls are notable for Goa-style dancing and a slight whiff of Strongbow, boys for bouncing up and down on the spot and a BO/Stella breath combo.
 

Krackajak

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le bricoleur

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Everything sounds better at the beach.

I'm not hating. I used to listen to a lot of rotterdam hardcore as a teenager. I'm happy to have my scene and I'm happy that other people have theirs. And when we all get together, it's usually a good time.
 

erika

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I didn't post this to ask about people's preferences, but because I thought it was too funny!
And I have encountered people who fit some of those descriptions :)
 
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