At 19 years old, UK dubstep artist Skream had accomplished more than many producers do in their entire careers. His 2005 release, "Midnight Request Line," was recognized by music journalists as "dubstep's most recognizable crossover hit," and his work with older producers from the age of 15 made him one of dubstep's most prominent and influential developers.
Fast forward five years, and Skream is one of the biggest names of the genre, extending outside of the usually niche electronic scene. His collaboration with fellow producers Benga and Artwork on project Magnetic Man landed him the cover of NME magazine. His enormous 2009 remix of La Roux's "In For the Kill" was the first dubstep tune to ever go gold. And his new record, Outside the Box, reached the top 20 of the iTunes charts, usually unheard of for electronic musicians--especially dubstep producers.
His appearance in Razzmatazz's The Loft alongside MC Sgt. Pokes, K**O and David M is, by all means, a show not to be missed. Between the lack of consistent dubstep in Barcelona, Skream's talent and prestige, and the intimacy of The Loft's stacked soundsystem, there is no better bass fix.