On April 4, 2006, the UK DJ Mary Anne Hobbs, then the host for BBC One's radio program Breezeblock, played a mix of dark and gorgeous dubs produced by a mysterious character named Burial. That 21-minute mix marked for many the birth of a new sound, a new beat, a new opening. That 21-minute mix is that decade's highest peak in music. Hobbs's show also launched the dubstep movement, which is still going strong and has adherents from here to Johannesburg. Last year, the queen of dubstep transformed a difficult situation (a volcanic explosion in Iceland stranded her in LA) into a musical extravaganza that involved LA's crème de la crème—Take, Tokimonsta, and Flying Lotus. I only wish the smoke of some volcano in Iceland would rise again and this time strand her in Seattle. (Baltic Room, 1207 Pine St, 625-4444, 9 pm, $12 adv/$15 DOS, 21+)