I do too. I became a fan a few years ago and I’ve been watching it progress and slide its way into mainstream music. I like the creative ones that use 7 beats.
I also love a good bass drop.
I think what I love most about Dubstep though, is that it has allowed a whole generation of GenerationZ to express themselves through FL Studio. [I don’t have it myself – too lazy to buy (or pirate) and learn]
There’s a democratization of music and I can’t wait to hear what these kids are going to produce as they progress; and I credit dubstep as a genre as well as the broader EDM for creating a new generation of musicians.
[well, I mostly credit software availability but Dubstep / Wub has a low entry point for comprehension and practice and it has a damn good dose of “my parents don’t understand it” which doesn’t hurt] tongue emoticon