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Choon Choosday: Skream – Midnight Request Line

19 January, 2016

Skream is one of the original major artists in Dubstep. The genre has moved on alot since the early days and seems to be more about featuring that fat squelchy bassline that artists like Skrillex seem to favour, but back at the beginning it was much more chilled as this 2005 classic shows.

The most important element of any Dubstep track is the sub-bass, so this is yet another example of a link you need to play through decent speakers or headphones. Try and listen on your phone or laptop and you won’t hear it, won’t appreciate it, and won’t experience the full majesty of this





From → Choon Choosday, Music

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