I'm new here Has DnB fused into Dubstep?. So have some traditionally more Liquid Funk/Jump Up producer started to incorporate elements of dubstep in their work?. Is there hate from the DnB community over producers who are attempting to change their sound to appeal to 15 year olds in the American EDM scene, who only want Dubstep and producers "who sound like Skrillex"? So basically what I'm saying, much like the whole "Trouse" thing going on with Trance at the moment, is the DnB/Drumstep/Dubstep pheneomon in a similar position to this. Or does a strong underground DnB scene remain, with high quality producers who are unaffected by the American EDM craze. From my personal experience it seems that every Electronic Music subculture seems to think that the American EDM craze is the worst thing to happen to Electronic Music. Is this the case with DnB?