It’s barely a decade old, but dubstep — with its trunk-destroying bass wobble and off-kilter, atmospheric beats — has nearly completed its transition from dwelling in the secrecy of London’s basements to basking the bright lights of mainstream taste. As such, U.S. clubs are increasingly playing host to some of the biggest names in the genre, a move that echoes dubstep’s assimilation into American pop music on a wider scale. (Even Britney Spears is reportedly working with the genre’s poster child, Rusko, on her next LP.) Dub the Halls is just the latest expression of this trend, bringing together a few early innovators for a brief run through the States that will undoubtedly impart more than a few deep craters across our land, as the hotly tipped producers Nero, Plastician and Virus Syndicate, along with Bronx-based J. Rabbit, share with Nashville their unrepentant bass music ways.