MizukisLastChance wrote:One of the main things that I dislike about dubstep remixes of songs are remixes that have a little tidbit of something recognizable from the original, then just BLAM, unrelated drop, with little to no relationship to the song being remixed. (which, by the by, isn't a new trend)
MizukisLastChance wrote:and I mean, since Eptic started getting some extensive, mainstream recognition he's only had two EP's out I think? In this style that you guys are tired of at least, Eptic EP and Like A Boss EP. I would give the guy until his next one at least if its progression you're looking for]
J4P4S wrote:Wow, so much hatred towards Eptic... Didn't even know that. First of all, Rmon, I know how extreme you can be, but 'he does not know what he's doing' is pure bullsh. I've known this guy since he was producing DnB on his 14th, and then he didn't know what he was doing. It's funny that everybody is hating on his style, but 'Never Say Die Records' has been doing this stuff for ages. And just because this guy becomes a little popular it's 'amateur work' to produce something like that.
The kid has talent, and he knows what the (sadly due to the hype) crowd wants, and he delivers. It's hard to please everybody. And as Adage said 'you might expect some progression of sound', I can relate to that. But the real fans want THIS sound. And I guess that the difference betweens 'Fools' for example & 'Oh Snap' is pretty big, at least for the 'bouncy-feel-happy Dubstep'.
Now I don't want to get a wrong reputation here, I'm not a fanboy. Nor am I such a big fan of his music (I like it though). It's just so easy for some people to bash on other's succes. And even if it's bad music, and he has no talent, I'm sure he's got further than ANY of us on this forum. So let's give respect where respect is deserved.
I'm not going to discuss about the style of music, everybody has his preferences.
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