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Tags: Clubs, Concerts, DJS, Dubstep, Electronica, House Parties, Led Lights, Music, Rock Gear Lights, Rock n Roll, Shows, Skrillex, Sound Sensitive Lights, Trance
Tags: DJ, Dubstep, Music, Music Video, Rock n Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain), Skrillex, Youtube
This video incorporated personal shots and video clips of Skrillex touring it up. I really enjoyed how this video goes so well with the Rock n Roll (Will Take you to the Mountain) song. Your rarely see live video clips of an artist raging it up at shows and chilling with his friends being presented in a Music Video. It’s fresh. Like the lyrics say, “hello again to all my friends we can play some rock n roll.” Mad props to Skrillex.
Tags: DJ, Dubstep, First of the year, Music, Music Video, Skrillex, Youtube
This Dubstep music video by Skrillex is my favorite. It’s pretty intense on how this music video goes with the dark twist of a creepy pedophile. First of the Year, by Skrillex song goes really smooth with the video, and when the beat drops, the pedophile gets what he deserves from this little girl. Well done.
Tags: Bangarang, DJ, Dubstep, Electronica, More Monsters and Sprites, Music, Scary Monsters and NIce Sprites, Skrillex, Sonny John Moore
Sonny John Moore (born January 15, 1988), better known by his stage name Skrillex, is an American electronic musician and singer-songwriter. Raised in Northeast Los Angeles and in Northern California, Moore joined the American post-hardcore band from first to last as the lead singer in 2004, and recorded two studio albums with the band (Dear Diary,My teen Angst has a body count, 2004, and Heroine, 2006) before leaving to pursue a solo career in 2007. He began his first tour as a solo artist in late 2007. After recruiting a new band lineup, Moore joined the Alternative Press Tour to support bands such as All Time Low and The Rocket Summer, and appeared on the cover of Alternative Press‘ annual “100 Bands You Need to Know” issue.
After releasing the Gypsyhook EP in 2009, Moore was scheduled to record his debut studio album, Bells, with producer Noah Shain. However, he ceased production of the album and began performing under the name Skrillex. After releasing the My Name is Skrillex EP for free download on his official MySpace page, he released the Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP in late–2010 and More Monsters and Sprites EP in mid–2011. Both have since become moderate commercial successes. On November 30, 2011, he was nominated for a total of five Grammy Awards at the 54th Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and won three: “Best Dance/Electronica Album,” “Best Dance Recording,” and “Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical”. On December 5, 2011, the BBC announced that he had been nominated for their Sound of 2012 poll. On December 12, 2011, he was also named MTV’s Electronic Dance Music Artist of the Year. On December 21, 2011, Skrillex unveiled the Bangarang EP for a Beatport release on December 23.
On November 6, 2012, Skrillex released limited edition triple vinyl box set. Skrillex Released Limited Edition Triple Vinyl Box Set. New York Music News. Limited Edition vinyl box set.
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Tags: Dance, DJS, Dubstep, Dubstep Dance, Marquese Scott, Music, Pumped Up Kicks, Remixes, Youtube
This is an amazing Dubstep dace. The way Marquese Scott moves to the beats and drops to this song is just increddible. I wish I could dance like that on the dance floor. That would be epic. So check it out and feel free to leave a comment.
Song: Pumped Up Kicks – Foster The People
Dancer: Marquese Scott, Booking: http://xceltalent.com/
Tags: DJ Equipment, Dubstep, Dubstep Equipment, Dubstep Pro, How to become a DJ, Music, Remixes
There are many people that aspire to become DJ’s, they look out at the icons of the industry and dream to entrance the masses. Due to massive technological advances becoming a DJ, at least regarding gear is not too difficulty. The talent and creativity will ultimately be the factor that launches you to new plains of musical existence, or convert you into the closet DJ that lives in his parent’s basement.
“Deadmau5″ epitomizes clever DJ marketing. What’s in a name?
A name is the first and foremost important aspect of a DJ. Obviously the name must reflect the type of music you’ll play, it must be easy to remember, and it must “look cool”. Names like “Infected Mushroom,” “DeadMouse5” and even “OakenFold” have broken out of just electro music and actually have become Superstars world wide, selling out concerts wherever they go.
The name is incredibly important because everything you do from the moment you launch to the moment you put your turntables down for good, will be connected to your brand, so choose wisely.
The next thing on the list of the Basic DJ Set Up comes down to gear. The strip yourself down to the bare essentials all you really need is a decent computer and a lot of software, but that just won’t look as cool as having turntables and so forth. Below I compiled a list of things that could be purchased on a small budget and that will give you at least some sense of “being a DJ”:
Mixer (2 channel is fine, more is better)
The list could go on but in reality the physical gear varies greatly from DJ to DJ. In all seriousness, all that a beginner DJ requires are what was listed above with the adequate software. Many other DJ’s that have more experience might scoff at this list, but if you are barely breaking into the industry you won’t want to dish out thousands of dollars on something that you aren’t completely sure about. Obviously as technology advances, access to cheaper more effective gear becomes a greater possibility.
You will also have ample opportunity to pick and choose your software that best reflects your style, once you learn how to make dubstep proficiently. Currently the most popular software used by most DJ’s is “Cubase” yet the price tag will scare most of the beginner DJ’s right away. For that you could always delve into other cheaper programs such as Acid Pro, FL Studio and Reason.
Most people generally start with simple beat programs such as FL Studio which will show you exactly beat for beat, measure for measure how to construct your own loops and create complex songs.
Once more the combination of Software will ultimately come down to your style and to your budget. Yet most DJ’s will agree to start small and work your way up since both the gear and the software can cost quite a lot of money.
The final problem a DJ might face is finding a venue to play at. There are many “open nights” where inexperienced DJ’s can take the stage, but if this jump is too big for you, you could always start small at house parties or school events. Youtube is also a great way to break into the exciting world of DJing.
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How to become a pro dubstep DJ
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The first most important step in becoming a Dubstep DJ, is knowing the music like the back of your hand. Being a DJ requires great music knowledge, and not just knowing what songs get the crowd going. You need to know your tracks, and know them well. Once you know your tracks, you can explore creative mixing and start creating double drops, but we will get onto that later.
Where to start?
The first thing you will need to become a DJ, is a pair of CD decks, or turntables, and a mixer. These can be purchased online, or in a store, but can be quite pricey, we recommend using Pioneer CDJS and any 2 channel mixer.
When setting out to DJ, the first thing you must understand is the concept of speed. Music comes in all different speeds, or as well call them, Tempos. Luckily for you, Dubstep is 99.9% the same speed. This makes mixing Dubstep extremely easy. Dubstep is usually at 140 beats per minute (BPM). This means that every minute, there are 140 beats. For those familiar with music, you will know that you have 4 beats in every bar.
Now that we know Dubstep is at 140BPM, we can assume that if we press play on our two Decks at the same time, both tracks playing with play in time. They will also be in time in the sense that after around 54 seconds, they will both reach the ‘Drop’. Try it yourself, load up two tracks, and press play on each deck at the same time, and you should find that (if they are both 140BPM) they will play in time.
When to start the next track?
So you have one track playing, and your ready to kill the dance floor with the next track, but when do you start it? Well, it is simple really. If you count the beats from the beginning of the track, you will notice that every 16 bars, the music changes, or there is a noticeable event that is heard. If you wait another 16 bars you should get to the point where the Track Drops. This is very helpful, as you then know when your first track hits the break down, during the second half of the track, that if you play your next track on the first beat of the breakdown, the two tracks will play in time, and drop simultaneously. So when do you start the next track? Well, you can start it whenever, just make sure you start it on the 1st beat of the bar, and try to do it on the first beat of any 8 bar, or 16 bar pattern. This way, the music will change together, instead of changing at different points.
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How to be a Dubstep DJ