I can't deal with dubstep in a non ironic context.
I actually have no idea how the tag dubstep came to be applied to the music known in the US as dubstep.
Can you link me to some proper dubstep?
I'm an Irish musician and love traditional Irish music. I can also handle rock at times. What I can't stand is bands that try to mix the two. If I listen to an Irish band, I don't want to hear electric guitars or a drum set. If I want to hear those instruments, I'll listen to something contemporary.
I love Ethiopian pan flute just as much as the next guy and I love timpani probably more than anything else in life but I don't want to hear them at the same time. Capiche, Ethiopian pan flute timpani fusion bands?
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Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.
Ok, I know my comment seemed rather open to poking fun at, and I don't blame anyone, but for some reason that infusion of Irish and other Celtic music styles with rock just doesn't sit too well with me. I can't explain why, but when I hear it something just seems a bit off, like that type of rhythm section just doesn't fit with the tunes that are being played and it grates on my nerves.
What if this is as good as it gets?
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