The Positive Voice of Dubstep Music

This article is a collaborative effort, crafted and edited by a team of dedicated professionals.

Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


Welcome to The Positive Voice of Dubstep Music. Our mission is to promote the positive aspects of dubstep music and culture. We believe that dubstep can be a force for good in the world, and we want to share that message with as many people as possible.

We’ll be posting articles, interviews, and other content that highlights the best of what dubstep has to offer. We hope you’ll join us in spreading the positive vibes!


Dubstep music has often been associated with negativity and violence. However, there is a growing movement of dubstep artists who are using their music to spread positive messages and promote social change.

Some of these artists, like Borgore, Skream and Caspa, started out making music that was dark and aggressive. But as they matured, they began to experiment with different sounds and styles, and their music took on a more positive message.

Other artists, like Rusko and Calvin Harris, have always been focused on making positive, upbeat music. Their songs are often filled with hope and optimism, and they frequently use their platform to support charitable causes.

Whether they’re making happy-sounding tunes or addressing important social issues, these artists are using dubstep to change the world for the better.

The Popularity of Dubstep

In the past decade, dubstep music has taken the world by storm. It has become one of the most popular genres of music, and its popularity is only increasing. Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the early 2000s in the United Kingdom. It is characterized by its heavy bass and drum sounds.

The Growth of Dubstep

Since its inception in the early 2000s, dubstep has taken the world by storm. The genre has seen a meteoric rise in popularity, with artists like Skrillex and Knife Party becoming household names. But what is it about dubstep that has made it so popular?

There are a few key elements that make dubstep so appealing to listeners. First, the heavy bass lines provide a deep, driving beat that can get listeners moving. The second element is the often-eerie vibe created by the synthesized sounds used in many dubstep tracks. This combination of factors creates an immersive listening experience that can be both exhilarating and relaxing at the same time.

In addition to its musical merits, dubstep also has a positive social message. The genre often focuses on themes of self-empowerment and standing up for what you believe in. This message resonates with people of all ages, which helps to explain why dubstep is so popular across demographics.

With its mix of catchy tunes, positive messages, and immersive soundscapes, it’s easy to see why dubstep has become one of the most popular genres of music in recent years.

The Influence of Dubstep

The rise in popularity of dubstep can be traced back to its beginnings in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The genre was started by producers in south London who were influenced by two sounds that were popular at the time: 2-step garage and drum and bass. These producers began to experiment with the tempo and rhythms of these genres to create a new sound that would eventually become known as dubstep.

The first dubstep track is widely considered to be “Phlex” by Alex Reece, which was released in 1998. This track incorporated elements of 2-step garage and drum and bass, but it also featured a unique sub-bass sound that would become one of the defining characteristics of dubstep.

In the early 2000s, dubstep began to gain more exposure through pirate radio stations and club nights in London. The first dubstep night, called Forward>>, was held at Plastic People in 2002. This night was influential in spreading the sound of dubstep beyond its origins in south London.

As dubstep became more popular, it began to break into the mainstream media. In 2009, BBC Radio 1 DJ Mary Anne Hobbs championed the genre on her show with a series of programs called “Dubstep Warz.” This exposure helped to make dubstep more widely known and accepted by the general public.

Today, dubstep is one of the most popular genres of electronic dance music. It has been influential in the development of other genres, such as brostep and future garage. Dubstep artists have also found success in crossing over into the mainstream pop music world; for example, artist Ellie Goulding had a number-one single on the UK Singles Chart with her song “Lights,” which featured a dubstep-inspired drop.

The Positivity of Dubstep

Its easy to get lost in the sometimes overwhelming, and always omnipresent, negativity of the world. Media outlets, social media platforms, and the general public often only seem to give attention to the negative. However, there are often positive messages hidden within the lyrics of popular songs. The message of this paper is that the positive voice of dubstep music can be heard if one takes the time to listen.

The Message of Dubstep

Many people think of dubstep music as being dark, gritty, and aggressive. However, the message of dubstep is often positive and uplifting. The music often has a heavy bassline and synthesized sounds that create a feeling of energy and excitement. The lyrics often discuss topics such as love, positivity, and hope. This type of music can be motivating and empowering for listeners.

The Emotion of Dubstep

While most music can be broken down into major and minor keys, and often tells a story with a beginning, middle, and end, dubstep often does neither of these things. Rather, dubstep is designed to create an emotion. And that emotion is generally one of positivity.

Of course, not all dubstep tracks are positive. There are plenty of dark and brooding dubstep tracks out there. But even those tracks tend to have an undercurrent of positivity. They may be dark and ominous, but they also tend to be exciting and full of energy.

So if you’re looking for music that will make you feel good, look no further than dubstep. From the biggest names in the genre like Skrillex and Bassnectar to up-and-comers like Adventure Club and Pegboard Nerds, there’s something for everyone in the world of dubstep.


In conclusion, dubstep music is not as bad as many people think. It has a positive message that can be enjoyed by everyone.

Similar Posts