Dubstep owes a lot to Distance, who founded the record label Chestplate back in 2007, which at the time boasted artists such as Skream, Benga, and Caspa & Rusko. With a background of heavy metal and experimental industrial music, his approach to dubstep is truly different to any others. Whilst many producers reference influences such as King Tubby to Lee Scratch Perry, Distance main influence hails from the likes of Sepultura, Pantera and Fear Factory. If you’re a fan of heavy metal, industrial rock, dub, reggae and techno… then this is the sound for you. Though hard to relate these binary opposite genres together, somehow… Distance does just that.