Dubstep can be a useful tool in a skilled dj's arsenal.
I have been hearing Dubstep for years now. ( we used to call it the breakdown in jungle music ) and its a shame the quality of the productions are for the most part "plastic / digital" sounding in the last few years. Only a FEW artists really capture the raw element that is Dubstep correctly, or even blend the organic and synthetic. :( ( i know im not fucking putting out stacks of wax or anything.. but sitting online listening to all the Wack dub step kids really wears thin. )