First we had the "old skool vibe" which was generically known as "jungle" back in the late 80's and early 90's, which wasnt really my taste, I was more into happy hardcore. Then in the early 90's "jungle" evolved into drum and bass, and along came the greats such as nicky black market, ellis dee, grooverider & bryan g to name a few, and more and more dj's entered the realms, along with some superb mc's, then the drum and bass sound started to change, it became more "darker" and "heavier", and for the next few years, it carried on changing, getting even more livlier and heavier. A few years later, (quite a few!!), came along Pendulum, who in my opinion re wrote the laws of DnB, he totally changed the sound and feel of the music. and everyone else seemed to have followed suit, not that i am complainimg, there have been some mahoosive tracks released over the last few years, my favourite being "sub focus" and "Airplane", I bloody love that track!! In between all that weve always had the softer side to DnB, like liquid, one track for example would be "photek" and "love and war", that still has the DnB feel, but with a softer touch, kind of a morning after the night before track, or a sunny sunday afternoon relaxed track. Evoulution has know took us on to "Dubstep", which I have to say I am not a fan of. To me it sounds like slowed down DnB, everytime i here a track i want turn the pitch up and speed it up!! So my question is this, Following on from how "jungle" turned into the DnB we all know today, will "Dubstep" overtake and become more popular than DnB? will DnB permantly evolve into dubstep and disappear from the scene just like jungle did all them years ago?? Or wil; it remain as strong and as steady as it always has been, and dubstep will run along it, possibly slowly fading like 2step UK Garage did? Thanks for reading guys Hope it has all made sense!!