Over the last six or so years dubstep has risen to global attention as one of electronic music’s most engaging genres. A dark, bass heavy strain of British dance music, dubstep’s roots lie in house, UK garage, drum and bass, and grime. Characterized by stark, off-kilter drum programming, dubwise echo, and deep bass lines, dubstep’s early sound was defined by a handful of young British producers. Skream, along with Digital Mystikz, Kode 9, Benga, and a few others, is regarded as one of the genre’s key early producers and continues to push the sounds of dubstep forward.
Oliver Dene Jones was born on June 1, 1986 in West Wickham, Bromley, London. As a teenager Jones worked at Big Apple Records, a store in Croydon at the... Read More
City Of Origin:
West Wickham, Bromley,
Electronic-Dance, Dubstep/Breaks, Hip Hop, International