Like electro-house's redlining sawtooth synths in '05 and '06, and T-Pain's Auto-Tuned vocals in '07 and '08, dubstep's swollen bass wobble has become the inescapable sound of the moment, found on label-commissioned remixes and TV commercials alike. Popular on both indie blogs and mainstream channels thanks to artists like Skrillex, the aggressive "brostep" of today has its origins in a far more reverberant, syncopated sound from South and East... More >>>