But where will the dubsteppers turn once the MDMA relinquishes its grip, the piss stains dry from their pants, and they realize they've been standing in a field listening to a derivative variation of the same undulating bass knock for the entirety of their formative adult years? A learning-curve scenario would be ideal, by which their current impulses could beget a further interest in techno or house.

Seems dubious, but if all it takes is enduring a Justin Bieber dubstep album for the sake of finally having a viable electronic music scene in America, it will all have been be worth it. Trust me.

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