Re: Dubstep vs. Drum 'n' Bass
Drum 'n' Bass. It's just a lot more creative, a lot more subsidiary genres have been established for it (such as neurofunk, liquid funk, jump-up, ragga jungle) and I just find the production values to be a lot more polished.
Don't get me wrong, dubstep CAN be creative sometimes, but everything's so cookie cutter and wobble basses have just gotten to the point where they're humorously ridiculous. There's a reason why there are a bunch of parody dubstep remixes on youtube.
(by the way, Skrillex' Kill Everybody is Electro/Fidget House).