Fundamental wrote:That is quite simply because it is hard to make. Harder than say someone entering into dubstep with their first tune circa 2005.
Fundamental wrote:- some garage-derived bass music that I like has become techno-muso music. (Resident Advisor *cough)
Sentinels wrote:I just hate scenes where it comes more about being 'intelligent' or finding a rare white label than it does about dancing/vibing. UK garage, jungle, dubstep were never like this and there are certain parts of bass music that is like this in a massive way. I want this music to come off of the internet and get into the clubs regularly rather than wank off to it on Discogs.
Blackdown wrote:What is future garage's - to use a bull$hit bingo phrase - unique selling point [USP]?
Scenes that exist to follow in the footsteps of another, long since past scene, seldom establish their own sense of identity and ideas nor have the momentum and popular support the original movement. What can future garage do to establish itself as different and distinct - but not a re-run of - UK garage?
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