The prevailing opinion among many so-called “experts” over recent years is that dubstep is a dying genre. We’re here to refute this claim. In fact, we’re of the opinion that bass music is experiencing a golden age the likes of which the genre’s never seen. It’s a genre that’s taken over both here in the United States and abroad, birthing massive standalone shows, incredible new music, and a sound that’s constantly evolving in the face of new fans. So when it comes to anyone trying to tell us that it’s somehow dead, we like to think that SKisM pretty much nailed it with one mantra: “F**k these experts, and f**k these experts, and f**k these experts, and f**k these experts…” Dubstep is alive and thriving. Prev1 of 8Next Nick Cannata-Bowman Pop culture junkie, dinosaur enthusiast, and proud Editor-in-Chief. While an avowed basshead, has been known to be ever-so-slightly trance-curious under the right circumstances.