Dubstep is Dead. Long Live Dubstep. With every generation comes a revamped remixed revolution. The electro-pop gritty grimy 2-step sound has been around for over a decade and is now finding a way into the mainstream. A sub-genre of a sub-genre birthed from two turntables and squeezed through the utern tubes of a synthesizer and now all teenaged and angsty. Skrillex has been dubbed dark prince of sub-sub-sub-genred ‘brostep’. The Brits have gotten a bit pissy because now that the noise has gotten all loud, in your face and “Americanized” right at the cresting of its popularity and the face of the movement is a ex-Noise Rocker cum Electro producer named Skrillex. Just like Dr. Milton Glass said in the “Watchmen” graphic novel, “God exists, and he’s American”. Anywho, Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger and John Densmore, some old rockers from a Los Angeles based band you may have heard of called The Doors, and Sonny Moore aka Skrillex, an LA based electro producer made a gem of a tune that has been heavenly blessed by “Milestones” Miles Davis and Jim Morrison and rains hail and lightning on your eardrums. “Breakin’ a Sweat” of his EP “Bangarang”.