errr .... skrillex isn't even proper dubstep, it's some light and fluffy elektro-shiz with zappy elektro sounds half the time.
Like any genre of music, there's the good and the bad, and when it gets commercial enough that people can make money releasing lots and lots of it (most of which WILL be crap), you end up with the situation we're in. Just look at what happened to DnB in the early-mid 00s, none of the evolutionary leaps which the 90s had - it had stagnated.
To me, dubstep, when it's good is really good, but you need an amazing set list and really good mixing to pull it off, it gets droney too fast if any single track is allowed to play for any length of time. But when it's bad, or badly done, I like to call it "the down-syndromed incest-love child of DnB and Garage" - intellectually-stunted, clangy, white-trash DnB basslines from the Cause4Concern/BadCo days circa 2004/5 with simple Garage-style breaks at half DnB speed which go nowhere and haven't enough complexity to really 'drop' after the rinses.
But when it's good, it's serpentine, industrial, twisted, manic, and dark interspersed with bouncy, impossible, violent walls of sound reminiscent of the halcyon days of dark DnB, combining all of Dilinja, Digital, Calyx and the late 90s V recordings and Renegade Hardware stuff. Problem is it's just too hard to find consistency with it when you're going out and listening to it at gigs.
(I also suspect we're not on the right drugs for dubstep) :-)