A sub genre of drum and bass where the beat structure is "half time" but the remaining elements still adhere to the usual tempo and melody pattern style
see drumstep tracks by hazard,taxman and other drum and bass producers
by rassclart December 18, 2009
Drumstep is the incestuous lovechild of Drum 'n' Bass and Dubstep; taking the half-time swagger and wobble from Dubstep and mixing it with the general tempo and cadence of an Amen Break.

A few early stand out producers within this subgenre are Dub Foundation and Heist. Additionally, many current Drum 'n' Bass and Dubstep producers have written and produced Drumstep tracks or remixes. One such example might be Rob Swire's Drumstep VIP mix of "Witchcraft", from his band Pendulum's latest album, "Immersion"
oi! mate! did you hear that massive new Drumstep remix of the new Sub Focus track? FUCKING CHOOOOOOOON mate! positively skanktastic, that!
by TuxOtaku August 27, 2010
A sub genre of drum and bass where the beat structure is “half time” but the remaining elements still adhere to the usual tempo and melody pattern style - the techniques and feel of dubstep with the faster pace of drum 'n' bass.
Hey! You hear that song "Step On" by Original Sin! That is some crackin' drumstep!
by kupad444 October 22, 2010
describes, in chronological order, how a white person dances to music.
check out that honky dancing drumstep
by sh00pdaw00p November 19, 2011

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