I am an absolute lover of Dubstep. I whole heartedly love how a composition of random sounds can create such a build up and release of emotions with the use of space and timing.
So why is it the death of Dubstep? You might have heard the uncultured crap that surrounds us on the radio. Well a few years back no-one had heard of Dubstep aside from the true fans who would party underground, stand around the DJ and watch him /her hit buttons while scratching the vinyl to create something epic. Now you hear a toned down, heartless version of dubstep on most radio stations. It has been pushed into the bridge, or the chorus, like in songs from Rhianna (Rated R Album where Chase & Status sold their souls to work with her) with a toneless drop and what could hardly be called a dubstep tune.
The sad thing is the more commercial Dubstep becomes, the more diluted it will get just to please the standard ears who lack diversity. I for one have an eclectic taste in music so for me it’s a depressing time for dubstep. I just hope the true fans hold on and continue to find the genius’s out there who still hold dubstep true to the heart.