I'm not all familiar with dubstep so chances are that I've heard it without knowing what it is. That being said, it can't be as atrocious as that Wal-Mart Pop-Country stuff.
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Brostep's bad, yeah, but I do enjoy musicians like James Blake.
British dubstep like Four Tet or Burial is pretty decent. I've heard a few wubstep songs I think are alright, but it's a mainly crap genre as a whole. It's up there with post-grunge, for me.
In PE the teacher lets us put our ipods on through the gym speakers while we're playing a game, and the other day someone put a ton of dubstep on at an obnoxiously loud volume. I was literally getting a headache by the end.
I had a thought, too. Dubstep is kinda like noise rock's douchey younger cousin. I know, it's a long shot, but still...
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I don't like James Blake at all, but he's a billion times better than brostep
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90s Post-Grunge > Any kind of dubstep. Hell, Skrillex makes Nickelback look like Pavarotti.
Mainstream country and underground country has the largest hate/like ratio difference for me out of any genre. I like Jay Munly, he's got style.
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Yeah, there's nothing Noisy about Dubstep.
I really don't mind Dubstep that much. Some of the songs are fun to improv around on drums. The only thing that really bothers me is how so many people are just suddenly obsessed with it and think it's the best thing ever. Dubstep, Kid Cudi, Drake, and Lil Wayne are the only things that some of my friends listen to.
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I like what is being done by artists who are inspired by dubstep and other genres, like Jai Paul, Mount Kimbie and James Blake. Dubstep itself is intense and satisfying but quite narrow. It doesn't leave a lot of space for diversity.
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