2002, Tricia Romano, "Electro Trash," ''Village Voice'', July 16
- "Genres are so boring," said Scotsman Broon, one-half of the tech-house duo, as he scanned the cover of XLR8R magazine hyping "Dubstep" while shopping at Etherea record store.
2006, Mary Gaitskill, Daphne Carr, ''Da Capo Best Music Writing 2006''
- ...of course, a lot of grime producers and dubstep producers freely admit to FL being their primary tool, and the software is increasingly being used...
2008, Matt Mason, ''The Pirate's Dilemma: How Youth Culture Is Reinventing Capitalism''
- Acid house, hard-core, drum 'n' bass, UK garage, grime, and dubstep are just a handful of now worldwide underground movements that developed in this way.