Dubstep is rad. You need a proper sound system to listen to it though to really hear all the frequencies. I like the more harder stuff with a bit of reggae and MC spitting as compared to the more ambient stuff.
We lucky enough to have a cool scene here. So far i have heard livesets from Hatcha and Benga, and Skream! Plastician came through but i missed the show.
Hatcha and Benga were pretty cool. You can tell that those guys are next level compared to our local but still good LA dubstep DJs.
Skream! is on another planet. It was the funniest small party i went to last year. It was in a huge 4th story loft with access to the roof in a rough part of town, overlooking downtown LA. The bar was simple and system was insane. 14 subs that pretty much destroyed everyone there. Skream! played a lot of cool stuff, some of his own stuff and some other stuff i have never heard before. I would say he mixes the best in technique and track choice. He pretty much kept everyone moving the whole set.
Reloading songs is fun but sometimes people get too hyped and play it out.
I heard SF has a bigg scene but i haven't made it up there yet. I am stoked on the LA scene right now though.
OC is trying to get a local scene, but they dont have the proper sound system and dont seem to understand that the sound system is the most important thing to really enjoy Dubstep.