Unfortunately, Bell Labs and its subsidiary Western Electric developed a 16-inch shellac disc revolving at 33.
Riddim is characterised by repetitive and minimalist sub-bass and triplet percussion arrangements, similar to original dubstep, with a sound described as "wonky".
This was an obvious character choice made by the creators of the show.
However, this or the existence of a bass drop in general is by no means a completely rigid characteristic, rather a trope; a large portion of seminal tunes from producers like and have more experimental song structures which do not rely on a drop for a dynamic peak — and in some instances do not feature a bass drop at all.
This forced the club to move from its regular 400-capacity space to Mass' main room, an event cited as a pivotal moment in dubstep's history.
In these cases, dialogue can be recorded after filming and audio mixed into the film without the audience missing out on any dialogue.