This genre makes me want to continue heavy drug use and flip over a metro bus. I guess its really popular at the high school I graduated from, makes me interested in seeing what they will be listening to in the years to come, hopefully house music Numbernin6 - Garbage http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-XIUWy5abs Jack Beats
Not specifically dubstep but it has elements of it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvegRt17cqQ Fenech-Soler - Lies (Doctor P Remix) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lF-nYZh_sM&hd=1
Originally Posted by ysb
I was wondering if there was a small population of dnb/dubstep listeners on here! Anyways. I haven't been keeping up with dubstep too much, but maybe you or some other better informed people can tell me: Is dubstep strictly confined to the 135-140 bpm range? I remember when Amit (DnB producer) started coming out with half step DnB tune (~85-90 bpm) they were calling that dubstep, but I guess that's all drumstep now from what I've heard from some friends that still keep up with this.
I don't think its confined at all to that bpm range, for example the majority of reggae inspired tracks. I do understand what you mean though, I think its more of DJs looking to create dance friendly tracks. What are the sub-genres of dubstep anyways? I understand there is filth and drum but is there any others?