Dubstep was deemed "underground" usually, but became more and more popular during the early 2000s. It started in the UK, primarily South London. In a modest town called Croydon, the Big Apple Records retailer functioned as the go-to spot for grunge-y, underground music where fans and performers alike, flocked to find fresh and exciting beats. This kind of style is well regarded for its substantial bass lines, intricate drumbeats and now and again, vocals.
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