sunday comedown edition
Ignore the shitposter
It is played in Clubs
It is Played on Rinse FM
It is reported on in Fact Magazine
It can be said to be a branch off of UK Garage
It is a form of dance music
It does not have to have a MC, it can be instrumental electronic music
Grime can appear along side other genres found in these threads within a mix
Grime is definitely bleep it's just this new white boy instrumental grime stuff is particularly shit on the whole. Couldn't imagine doing well in a club for more than 5 mins unless it's some bullshit lad / student night. No proper clubs will touch it with a barge pole tbh
i actually like some of it, like a few mixes like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xbb829SkkW0
what i can't stand though is this weird glittery, really gay sounding shit that a few people post on here like pc music which is not fucking grime, can't think of many examples of hand.
and they are comprised of 99% autistic neckbeard 18 year olds with bizarrely strong crushes on asian girls who will never meet them and would find them incredibly creepy and unattractive, so they can't talk about anyone being waste
How to make straight propah grime beats.
Step 1: Buy a cheap old tube TV, not a digital, flatscreen etc. off ebay (Don't worry about paying your TV license, you won't need it for this)
Step 2: Buy a Playstation 1 and the "Music 2000" game off eBay and connect to TV
Step 3: Make a beat on Music 2000 that tries to implement 2-step-y rhythm, but change it up every 8 bars.
Step 4: Record the beat through the TV speakers onto a cassette tape and press it to a dubplate
If you're into this new grime bullshit and aren't a) retarded or b) 18 years old and about to be a fresher at a slightly laddy but quite good university (because after all u got raised in affluent rural Hampshire) then u need to check yourself.
is there a more /bleep/ related soundtrack than GTA LCS?
i think since most people on 4chan don't actually have friends or go out, they don't know what actually gets played in which clubs and to which audiences, so they just attach the 'lad' label to any music they don't like. same goes for the word 'hipster'
bc ur going on about what groups of people listen to some style of music and just sounding like a insecure kid basically. at least think of something musically based to criticize it for lol not just
>b-but lads listen to it
Such nostalgia rite now
So many forgotten memories flooding back
Thanks for posting fam
I wish I was young again when all I had to worry about was GCSEs and fingering girls proper
one guy said grime was for lads
i said why it isn't
not being a bellend, it's just how it is. not trying to categorize people into listening categories, but from what i've experienced the 'lads' that everyone refers to do not listen to anything like 'ladgrime' and 'ladtechno' AKA terms that I have seen used by idiots in these threads
Mate did u get a limited translucent copy? Was it so tipped that when it arrived u had to out a dictionary under one side to make it level?
Are u a true head?
I think it might have been someone in these threads who recommended Kid Lib to me (Jungle producer) and I only checked him today and it was quality. And his bandcamp has a lot of free shit on it as well.
i got in last summer with 2 of my friends
basically if they like the look of you you'll get in i think. we read online beforehand not to talk in the queue, to speak a bit of german to the security if they talk to you, and to act like you're there for the music even if you're not. did all of those
when we got to the front of the queue the security guy was like 'how many of you', my friend said '3' in german, then he just let us in.
it was really really sick by the way, best clubbing experience i've had i think
i think basically just don't act like a dickhead and try and look cool, and if they feel like it they'll let you in
yeah ok, but you are as bad as him. lets face it, way too many posters on here seem obsessed with the image of themselves and refuse to listen to certain types of music because of the type of people who like it and just come off as snobs.
and in what way am i giving off that vibe. i don't understand
i'll happily get down to a bit of 'ladhouse' if i'm on a night out, it's fun. same with 'chav' genres like bassline. maybe i don't enjoy listening to them by myself but that's because stuff like that kind of house music is just so bland, boring and predictable. imo anyway
you dont really believe this do you
i wouldnt want to live in a sick world where the white heteronormative shit dominates and keeps everyone down. you people are socially regressing when you even humour these pathetic homophobic, racist, antisemitic impulses. i dont understand where they come from
just get that vibe off people here - i mean people going on about ladhouse all the time and cussing it when they've probably only heard tracks that are top40 material and get played in clubs that don't allow trainers or something.
people like tom shorterz who are pushing big bassy house get booked alongside new 'grime' djs at nights like fwd, yet you seem to think the 2 scenes are worlds apart with totally different crowds, and one is more complex or something. totally wrong.
Are there any proud straight men in /bleep/ tonight or are you all cuckolds for the faggot liberal agenda? I actually can't believe there are faggots in /bleep/.
most ladhouse isn't even that bad, i have a constant barrage of it on facebook where people like soundcloud tunes. it's alright, has vibes
so the answer to the first question was yes, nice one you fucking idiot lmao
you don't actually think the gays are out to get you do you? nobody is conspiring around a table just because you think guys that kiss guys are yucky
I'm straight though
when people talk about "pride" they're not actually saying "yeah i'm really into the fact i prefer bums to muffs, that makes me superior for sure", they're saying they embrace who they are and their sexuality despite all the shit trying to make sure they don't (people like you for example)
he probably isn't - what's the point of being proud of a trait that you have no control over? what IS worthy of being proud about is that he's openly gay in a world where stupid shitfucks like you exist
well idk if it counts as dancing but people do move around a lot. it's always 90% dudes at the front jumping around with screw faces and gun fingers screaming "reload" when any decent track comes on. here's a vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjxgNYBJYoU
A lot of it isn't tho m8, proportionate to new releases from other genres. And it's not like all the rich kid rural white boys that make it can't afford to get it pressed they know it's not club gear except for that one place you mentioned that plays it.
Just a reminder lads.
pic very much related
Now that this thread is back on track just thought I would post this.
What are your thoughts on Berceuse Heroique /bleep/?
Also since when was this thread full of so many shiposters?
wear all white or something. u just wanna look a bit "out there" i think. like, bouncers for these sorta clubs anywhere in the world just want "interesting" people. people that seem like they will give more to the overall experience inside than they will take
not that guy but i went out on friday and i heard wen - play your corner, mumdance - take time, murlo - daybreak, kahn & neek - kung fu kick remix and more which i can't remember
Hello again, lads
BH is one of the best labels of 2014.
Let's not go down the grime road but the amount of chavposters has increased its summer, all the 18-20 year olds have rushed in and are desperate to chavpost about the 'NEW WAVE OF GRIME BOI'
Took me about 3+ years to be well versed in it and that was from starting with absolutely no idea what I was looking for or any real help from anyone since what I wanted to look for was very specific. I honestly didn't even find out the name of my signature sound (New Jersey Garage House) until a few months ago. Crazy isn't it? You just gotta keep looking and you'll eventually become more in tune with what you feel. Takes a while though. Not gonna sugar coat that. Take it one day at a time.
I'll make it easier for you with my playlists:
Question: how long have you been posting on /mu/ for.
2 years ago, no one could name any grime apart from dizzee rascal's album and people would refer to labels like hyperdub and nightslugs as "uk garage" and future garage.
Why do I have a feeling that you didn't listen to a single one of those and are just trying to get a rise out of me?
>took you 3+ years to be well versed in house music
>2 years ago, no one could name any grime apart from dizzee rascal's album and people would refer to labels like hyperdub and nightslugs as "uk garage" and future garage.
This is more or less true outside of /bleep/.
Also, 2010, to answer your question.
It took you 3 years to become
and thats the best you have to offer hahaha oh fucking hell you manlet.
you don't even know anything outside house either hahahaha
you'll be in your 30's soon and still trying to get 'into' things
>you'll be in your 30's soon and still trying to get 'into' things
i think most influential and highly respected artists are ready to admit that they've barely scratched the surface
I meant it as a whole with music and what I feel, anon. Not just house music. I listen to anything since I don't give a flying fuck about genre labels. It's just now I have a very good idea of what moves me and others thanks to digging for so many years. This is why I keep getting gigs despite not even promoting myself much at all. It's literally just by what I play.
>2 years ago, no one could name any grime apart from dizzee rascal's album
Outside of /bleep/ this is still true.
I think I've been on /mu/ for about 7 years now, which is genuinely quite sad. I actually had my transition from metalfag to electronicfag while here.
>barely scratched the surface
theres a difference between havig some knowledge and having barely any knowledge.
>keep getting gigs
you say that like its an achievement lol
You don't know shit, you promote yourself in these threads that just how desperate you are.
Go ahead and trying to craft your 'signature sound' hahahaha
m8, I was listening to JME and the Boy Better know lot before you could even spell Bow (and so was every rude boi/girl in London) before you could even count). Apart from the occasional producer and rhymer, it's shit,
>you'll be in your 30's soon and still trying to get 'into' things
Of course I will be. I still think I have so much to learn with music as a whole. It's not just about house music to me.
I just post house in this thread since it's ontopic with it. I can post other genres as well but that would be offtopic here and I like these threads so I wouldn't want to taint that. These threads are like another planet compared to the rest of shitty ass /mu/.
been on here for like 6 years. everyone used to listen to grime at school back in the day. i could have probably posted about it on /mu/, and maybe did a little bit, but there didn't really seem to be much point. always assumed people weren't interested and wouldn't know what i was talkin about
I can gurantee you don't know a fucking thing, you probably started to listen to some classic jazz-funk or some soul stuff and you think you're going to 'get into' things.
It's like you actually think you're going to make a name for your manlet ass by being a dj.
I don't really promote myself on here. I just discuss what I like and express myself since people here know about this in different levels. I don't even produce yet so I don't really have much to promote to begin with.
I'm just an enthusiastic manlet who is happy to be doing what he loves.
Grime is not /bleep/
Here is one of many logical reasons why.
I cannot fathom why somebody would subject themselves to these sub-par dancefloor orientated loops for degenerate chavs, especially music which is considered an instrumental if it does not have an undereducated or ridiculous MC 'spitting bars' over the top of the 'instrumental' in a very erratic and sloppy fashion, bleep music does not have vocals for the most part, grime is infact a sub-genre of UK Hip Hop.
You should really listen to something with more substance in my opinion, grime has no substance and therefore it cannot be bleep and it cannot be discussed even on the lowest of intellectual levels.
Sorry to quote the OP and for the minority ( I would hope) that are actually defending grime in these threads the same can be applied to drum and bass. It's Just garbage, no excuses for that irrelevant nonsense in the /Bleep/ threads.
As stated above I cannot comprehend why you would ever think /Bleep/ is grime, just because it was closely linked to Dubstep in the early 2000's and doesn't fit in anywhere else doesn't mean it's /Bleep/. It is and has always been a niche sub-genre and arguably a micro-genre of UK Hip Hop.
There is no such thing as the new wave of Grime or Drum & Bass both are just desperately clinging onto something that just isn't there anymore and hasn't been there for many years, the current producers of the new wave of both Grime and D&B are just re-hashing what has already been done in the past and labelling it as innovation and no Exit Records or Keysound are no exception to this.
Now that I have given you a well structured and thought out response, hopefully we can get back to the quality discussion we used to have in /Bleep/ and you will know realise grime and drum and bass for that matter holds no further place in these threads, doing so would be considered shitposting or in this case chavposting.
Ignore, report and hide chavposters
Take it elsewhere lads.Berceuse Heroique
>It's like you actually think you're going to make a name for your manlet ass by being a dj.
I actually don't since I'm a bit of purist with it. I don't really care about ever being "big". I just want to keep doing it and having a good time with it.
lol whatever you faggot will be funny in 20 years time when you're still 'doing what you love'
you have spammed your shitty mixes on here a few times you prick.
your productions will be real good. no doubt. serious heat. dj manlet.
Old uk garage, grime, and the like. it would do my nut in people going on about garage and then they'd never even heard of nice n ripe records for example.
now i've kind of lost interest in that sort of stuff and just listen to bland house that people would diss on here.
fuck off nerd. there is no way to settle this.
just keep sitting in your room. dont ever bother to go outside and realise grime is some shitty genre that nobody that is taken seriously in /bleep/ respects.
I hope you're not implying that JME or Boy Better Know are good. They are honestly my least favourite crew, only OT Crew or OG'Z are as bad.
Official (and by that I mean completely not official) Grime crews ranking.
Ruff Sqwad > Roadside G's > Roll Deep > Slew Dem > Newham Generals > N.A.S.T.Y > Aftershock > Meridian/Bloodline > SLK > OG'Z > Boy Better Know > OT Crew.
it's a sub-genre of uk garage, not uk hip hop.most these "grime artists" were just mcs that would mc at nights playing whatever was popular, mostly garage and some dnb. then the darker side of uk garage got pushed and these mcs jumped on it and it became grime
holy shit just stop it's obvious he doesn't give a fuck
why are you even so upset literally all he does is post house tunes and occasionally talk about how one of his sets went down
if he was anonymous you wouldn't bat an eyelid
>grime is infact a sub-genre of UK Hip Hop.
Stopped reading there. Every big Grime MC was a D&B and Jungle MC before they moved over the Grime, and it is a definite sub genre of UKG (which also has a shitload of vocals in it at many times).
No, I was just highlighting a very popular crew that no one ever talks about. I was never really into grime and just learned what I know through osmosis via my housemates, who were very much not into their music but loved Boy Better Know.
How would I, a no-name DJ, get gigs with no friends?
Not really been paying attention but you guys like Drum & Bass and Grime yeah? Will post some of both to max out the thread and we can move on from this shitpost fest.
(NUTCD01)  Various - Torque [2CD]:
>Drum & Bass, Jungle, LP + Mix CD
(CHANEL9602CD)  Digital - Dubzilla:
>Drum & Bass LP + Mix CD
I'd like to think no one talks about BBK because they are shit.
I do like his productions but I could list of several producers who I think are far better in my opinion. I've never rated his MCing, just can't take him serious.
I did think his 'spit my lyrics in french/german' was was quite clever though.
(AMCD005)  Wiley - Avalanche Music 1 - Wiley
>im just doing what i love
>ive barely scratched the surface
(CDQED1)  Photek - Modus Operandi:
>Drum & Bass
I usually call Eskimo the first Grime tune but they were both released in 2002 and I don't know which was actually first. Personally I think Eskimo had more of an impact on Grime as a whole but that's pretty debateable.
lol there is still no explanation in this post apart from 'it's shit' and 'it's for degenerates and chavs' and 'it's not intellectual'
the one point that might have made sense is that it's a microgenre of UK hip hop, except this is not true at all and comes from garage. and all the MCs spitting over grime come from a garage/jungle/dnb background
and the rest of your post like the fact that grime and dnb are 'just desperately clinging onto something that just isn't there anymore' is just completely subjective, as a lot of people would argue with you that there is a lot of forward movement in both genres.
guarantee that you're going to ignore this post, since you clearly can't reply to posts containing actual reason with anything other than insults
Daily reminder that Wiley is big. Not as big as Canary Wharf, but still big.
(XLCD178)  Wiley - Treddin' On Thin Ice
Guys I think grime is /bleep/ but we might as well make /grime/ it's popular enough here and we wouldnt have any 'intellectual /bleep/er' posters shitting up our discussion.
/grime/ when this hits 300 lads!
Why can people not talk about grime in here and other genres as well.
Just respond to people who are discussing the genre you want to talk about, its not hard.
Why is everything on here to absolute?
(UDFRCD04)  Stakka & Skynet - Clockwork (The Dangerous Drums Return) [2CD]
>Drum & Bass, Techstep, Neurofunk, Studio Album + Mix CD
Thats just the way it is in dance music, get used to you it.
The fact that you asked that question tells me you are either a filthy yank or new, either way BUCKLE FUCK UP SON, this is /bleep/ you aint getting no pushovers here.
(7243 8 21725 2 9)  Adam F - Colours:
>Jungle, Drum & Bass
The whole point of these threads is so there isn't a million different /house/ /breakbeat/ /UKG/ etc. generals. Just ignore the shitposters in the next thread and it will all be fine.
nah man, your wrong, from manchester and not new to dance music, regular at sankeys and warehouse.
There is no need to stop people discussing something if it does not stop your ability to discuss something else
(MUDCOMP001)  Macabre Unit - Education LP
Almost there now.
(NHNHCD1005)  Ruff Sqwad - White Label Classics:
It's just one guy. And just allow it innit, why get worked up over some guy talking shit on the internet. Unless he magically gets the power to ban people it's not like him or his shit tier opinions can actually change anything.
Only realised again how huge Move 2 Dis was: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=440o7zzbAFk