With Nero comes the accessible side of a recent genre, dubstep. Dubstep can be traced back to the UK with hyper-bassy and distorted dub remixes of 2-step Garage tracks. Dub...2-step...you can figure it out. Dubstep be easily identified these days by its reverberating heavy bass growls. A significant difference from the current mainstream is the rhythm, which is far more spacious than the current mainstream's love of four-to-the-floor. It has been rising in popularity through bootlegged dubstep remixes of pop favorites (think La Roux, Lady Gaga, and Ke$ha) that have been spread through sites like Youtube and Soundcloud. It was only a matter of time before the genre began to affect the mainstream, and with the UK duo Nero (with Alana Watson providing some amazing vocals) comes the incredibly catchy track, "Me & You". The video is a direct reference to Tron which is nice but also references older arcade games like Double Dragon and F-Zero. With the distinctive synth-work and Alana's vocals, Nero takes dubstep towards the mainstream and I can only imagine that this is part of the beginning of something.