In an interview a few months back, Wanz Dover explained the simple formula for dubstep, and how it helped him redefine the music he was making: "Back [in 2005], the formula for dubstep was to take whatever music you were into and stir it in a pot at 140 [beats per minute], add special spices of bass and space and, poof, dubstep. It was a genre that was not really a genre. It only had two rules: lots of bass and 140 bpm. The first two Blixaboy albums totally operated within that realm, and all of a sudden I was creating music with more focus than ever before. I was able to funnel elements of Krautrock, shoegaze, techno, punk, electro, New Wave, film scores and dub and have it... More >>>