Genre: classic dubstepPlay genre
Classic dubstep is a subgenre of electronic dance music that originated in the early 2000s. It is characterized by its heavy basslines, syncopated rhythms, and use of wobble and modulation effects. Classic dubstep often features sparse arrangements and atmospheric soundscapes, creating a dark and moody vibe. It has been known to incorporate elements of other genres such as reggae and hip-hop. Some of the key producers in the classic dubstep scene include Flux Pavilion, Burial, and Borgore.