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MP3 of the Day: DJ PJ of the Remote Controllers Jumps in the Dubstep Arena

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In a crass display of blatant commercialism, Patrick Walsh a.k.a. DJ PJ has posted his version of a Dubstep mix for free download.  This genre is an outgrowth of the English rave and garage scene that takes some elements of UK garage blends it with Grime rhythms and some two step snare hits with a heavy dose of low end added in for good measure.  The stuff can be very brooding and cave-like and right now for whatever reason Miami is taking part in this thing.  Get educated and DL this mix, and check out Ashworth's mix I posted the other day and always keep tabs on Juan Basshead.

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