As the dubstep genre continues to grow and evolve, there are certain producers who, at one time, were creating dubstep, but for one reason or another, they decided to move on from the genre and make another style of music. However, because they've previously produced dubstep tracks, this has undoubtedly influenced the way these musicians and the new style of music they create has faint traces of dubstep. London-based producer Sam Shepherd, who performs under the name Floating Points, has had a rich history crafting dubstep tracks, but as time has wore on and as the genre has gotten a bit gimmicky, he has evolved out of the stale music style. The result: intelligent, 2-step electrofunk and slightly downtempo lounge music that's innovative and unlike anything most producers are churning out today.
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