Well, the cat's out of the bag with the whole dubstep thing. Regardless of its roots in the U.K. garage and grime scenes and owing a little bit to good ole American drum 'n' bass, it seems that dubstep has found a supportive and engaging home in South Florida. And as unlikely as it may seem, Lake Worth's Propaganda, with its tongue-in-cheek call to party-time socialism, has been holding the dub down for, what, three years now? That's dirty and maggot-infested!
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Aiding in this party is an ad hoc army of dubstep DJs — most hailing from the West Palm Beach area — like Chuck Nasty, the Reazin, Milkman, Ben Linus, and Rok Is Dead. Proving that Broward knows a thing or two about accelerated BPMs will be Somejerk slinging dirty, filthy tracks to get you sweating for San Francisco's internationally renowned DJ DZ, who has plenty of savvy in this relatively young scene and has traveled around the world dropping some sullied bombs on suspecting and unsuspecting partygoers. Be ready for a nice warm shower when the night is through.