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Amon Tobin on the perks of technology and why all electronic music is called dubstep these days

New Year's Eve is packed full of amazing shows and events, but few will compare to the party that is in store at City Hall with Amon Tobin. Before the spectacle begins, we caught up with the longtime experimental producer while he was on a holiday trip to Quebec, and he enlightened us with his wisdom on dubstep as it stands in North America, what it's like being an (uber) music nerd, and the joys of finding new sounds thanks to the advancements in technology.

See also: - The ten best New Year's Eve shows in Denver - Weekend's best dance music: Kenny Glasgow, STS9, Tipper and more - Win tickets to Amon Tobin at City Hall on NYE

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Britt Chester is a writer and video producer living in Denver, Colorado. He's covered breaking news, music, arts and cannabis for Westword since 2010. His work has appeared in GQ Magazine, Village Voice, YES! Weekly, Inman News and the Winston-Salem Journal. He likes running, cycling, and interviewing people.
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