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Escape the Fate – Issues (La Musique D'Ordinateur Remix)

La Musique D'Ordinateur

Many DJs have been (seemingly) scrambling to hit that Skrillex vein that Sonny Moore has been banking on. I'm not particularly impressed with this trend (yes I said it) but then again, dance music is built on innovation within a new sound. It's how dance music can move at the speed it does – everyone's drinking the juice.

La Musique D'Ordinateur join the ranks with this metal gone electro whatever remix.

p.s. I don't think that "Skrillex" sound really deserves a full on title yet (one success does not a genre make) but if you got ideas… let me steal 'em and claim 'em for my own. merci. and no I don't consider Skrillex just "dubstep" but then again, how much dubstep you see me post?

Escape the Fate – Issues (La Musique D'Ordinateur Remix)



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  • I'd agree. Skrillex has a unique sound, but it doesn't quite deserve a genre of its own yet. Plus, he's far more than Dubstep… I'd even qualify him more as an electro artist with hints of dubsteppiness. Maybe 'electrostep' or 'dubtronic.' You know… something clever.

    Miles Backward March 9, 2011 11:11 AM Reply
    • This is true. His new album has a remix of "scary monsters and nice sprites" with a dubstep and an electronic version. I can honestly say that the electro remix of the dubstep song is very well done

      Edmond March 11, 2011 1:04 AM Reply
    • its dubsonic my friend.

      Anonymous March 11, 2011 7:32 PM Reply
  • yuck, this is just bad.

    Lurid March 9, 2011 2:43 PM Reply
  • People like Skrillex because they haven't heard good electro yet. Skrillex just mashes everything together so its easy for a virgin ear to find something they like about it. band wagon status

    Klye March 9, 2011 5:01 PM Reply
    • true that nigga

      Juan Carlos Wei March 9, 2011 5:55 PM Reply
  • Fuck that is shocking.

    sheamus March 9, 2011 10:20 PM Reply
  • i think it's a fad that's slowly going to wash away. there's not much to appreciate about these tracks, they're packed with so many sounds and talent (yea i said talent) that you underappreciate them because it all just flies by.

    lukas March 10, 2011 12:51 AM Reply
  • I was hoping this track would bring out some discussion – I think it's something worth discussion ;)

    electblake March 11, 2011 11:38 PM Reply

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