In this video:
+ I show off my unparalleled piano-playing skillz.
+ I rant about how dubstep's split fanbase is pissing me off.
+ I show you some epic album artwork for my album-in-progress.
So yeah, I'm a bit of a DNB/dubstep nut. And the whole "brostep" shebang gets under my skin. What's the point of having Puritanism within a genre that constricts its music to exactly 140bpm and one basic drum pattern?
You might argue that "well, with characteristics that specific, it all sounds the same anyway", but I do my best to appreciate all forms of music and art, and there is something inherently satisfying about dubstep, no matter what form it takes. I have no preference one way or the other, but the purists who insist on the genre being kept the same and with no new material being brought into it whatsoever are the ones who threaten the genre most - music evolves in much the same way as all organisms - through mutation and experimentation. Without that, it's a lost art.