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edit - just saw one article saying that Dubstep originated from South London
Well, Burial has a track titled "South London Boroughs," haha.
I was under the impression that dubstep developed in the UK because of the strong presence of 2-step and garage. Of course, there are the reggae influences, too.
It's interesting how black culture led to hip-hop in the US and (somewhat) to dubstep in the UK.
 

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Yeah @dmgtz96 and black culture in the U.S also created House music too. 2-step/Garage are indeed very British, so I think when Dubstep came along it had enough similarities amongst different scenes to get a lot of appeal quickly.
 
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This video really does a good job of going through all the development quickly and well. Very well done. As shown it came out of UK Garage although D&B always had some impact on that as well.

We re-did our older Dubstep Set from previous years and made it a bit better, it goes over the tracks and changes chronologically. subgenre sets on the bottom (there's still a ways to go with newer stuff like tearout, modern riddim, future riddim, and colour bass). Tough to keep up with it.

 
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This one is my guilty pleasure, otherwise dont touch dubstep

 

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This video really does a good job of going through all the development quickly and well. Very well done. As shown it came out of UK Garage although D&B always had some impact on that as well.
The 2000 track from Horseshoe records sounds like legit dubstep, holy crap.
So does "The Judgment" from 2003, about 7:30 mins in.