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Dubstep blows up

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     I have been into electronic music for almost fifteen years.  The music has made many evolution's into a huge range of sub-genres and Dubstep is but a birth from house to dark breaks to drum and bass before it ever found it's light into the main stream.  None the less, Dubstep has arrived and I don't believe it will die by next seasons trend. 
     Many established producers create outside of their comfort genre and dubstep seems to be magnetizing all kinds of attraction towards it's 140 tempo, lazy snare format and womp/wobble bass-lines   These trends are not localized in any specific territory in the world.  Dubstep is gaining popularity all over the world.  Here are a few examples with fantastic video production that I am really into.  If you don't know dubstep, let this be your introduction.  

 On a side note:  I am a bit of an audiophile and even if dubstep is not your cup of tea, I have to say that the production is amazing and some is just soothing to the ears simply because it is so well crafted and put together.  Dubstep is attracting great producers so if you just want to hear well put together riffs or push your home or car speakers to the limit.  Give it a try!  I love it personally!

Knife Party - Centipede

This song is insane.  From a few of the guys formerly of Pendulum, don't need to say much more.

Kill the Noise - Kill the Noise (part 1)

I freaking love this artist....he has come such a long way.  First in Drum and Bass as Ewun, turned electro producer Kill the Noise, now making all kinds of genres.  This guy is on top of his game.

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Dubstep blows up


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