“After every cat sneezes there is a world of magic and music,” uploader Wokitoki says in the YouTube description for this awesome dubstep kitty clip.
A mesh-up of sneezing cat scenes creates a perfect setting for Franco Spahie's "Critical Hit Damage." Dubstep
is a genre of electronic dance music, said to have originated from South London, England. Starting in 2003, DJ John Peel of BBC Radio 1 started putting out dubstep pieces, mostly performed by Distance, Digital Mystikz, and Plastician (formerly Plasticman).
Dubstep is easily recognizable due to its syncopated rhythms, and more often than not, its use of the wobble bass. Early beats were a mixture of breakbeat, 2-step British garage and drum and bass.
After The Wire and BBC 1, DJ Mary Anne Hobbs started mentioning the genre in 2005-2006, dubstep became included in top charts and club playlists.