Presentation on theme: "Skream, Benga and Artwork. Rising out of the early 00s underground, they spent the early part of the decade co-building the dark, bassy genre now known."— Presentation transcript:
Skream, Benga and Artwork. Rising out of the early 00s underground, they spent the early part of the decade co-building the dark, bassy genre now known as dubstep from their HQ, Big Apple records in Croydon. As with many superheroes, their lair no longer exists but the trio have moved on to bigger and better conquests, namely blowing up clubs and festivals worldwide The tracklisting of 'Magnetic Man' is: 'Flying Into Tokyo' 'Fire' 'I Need Air' 'Anthemic' 'The Bug' 'Ping Pong' 'Perfect Stranger' 'Mad' 'Boiling Water' 'K Dance' 'Crossover' 'Box Of Ghosts' 'Karma Crazy' 'Getting Nowhere'
Magnetic Man is a live project consisting of dubstep, drum n bass producers. DJs SKREAM, BENGA & Artwork perform using three computers, one playing drum samples and loops, one playing basslines and the third playing lead sounds and samples.
Magnetic Man are the Dup Steps first super group. Individually in their own rights they are completely at the top of their game but combined the outcome is even more sick. Novak have been working along side Magnetic Man for almost a year now and have produced a seamless audio reactive show for the group Dubstep - genre of electronic dance music Tightly coiled productions with overwhelming bass lines and reverberant drum patterns, clipped samples, and occasional vocals
The reason I like magnetic man is because of the simple fact dubstep is a big thing these days and its really chilled out to just sit and play games or have a chat :L magnetic man is the future of dubstep and hopefully the future of peoples liking in this music. Magnetic man are three different dubstep and drum and bass artists formed into one group these three men have been around for a long time and was waiting for the chance to get into a group this is my favourite song by the group
This is Concorde 2 down Maderia Drive this night will be so good you should come down and check it out 2 nd of November
Brighton dubstep crew
Ollie Jones had the good fortune to be working at the Big Apple record store when he first started making beats at age 15 and armed with a cracked copy of the Fruity Loops music- making software Apple was at the centre of the early development of U.K. garage's dark, half-speed offshoot dubstep before it was even called dubstep. sql=11:hxfrxqudld0e~2~T31C DJ Zinc - Killer Sound (Skream Remix
One of the major names in the world of dubstep, producer Benga was born Beni Uthman in East London. His parents eventually moved to the suburb of Croydon sql=10:azfqxz8jldte where a young Benga would fiddle with his radio every night, looking for pirate radio stations and taking in all sorts of fringe music. He first began making tracks on his PlayStation game system, then graduated to digital audio workstation Fruity Loops when his parents bought him a computer. benga crunked up