Who said dubstep is dead? Plenty of top-notch acts tossed some originals and remixes into the dubstep hopper this year. The best and brightest from past year-end lists have continued to churn out some subsonic sunshine that melts our cold, robotic hearts. Obviously, the game has changed. Trappy and trancy elements have insinuated themselves more and more into the dubstep framework, and the sound design has gotten cleaner and more refined. When the market was saturated, it was all you could hear, but more and more the stuff that lands on our plate is the best of the best. We did have a lot of ground to cover. There are tracks that are very hip-hop oriented. Some stray closer towards brostep. Others are in that minimal groove, that we so desperately love.
With the 4th of July 3-day weekend extravaganza behind us, we enter into the second half of Summer. Here are ten of the heaviest tracks from the past two weeks to make that weird person at the end of the block who always glares at you when you drive by hate you even more. Dig in. The seamless mix of organic and digital elements is simply jaw-dropping. His mastery of creating thick and enveloping atmospheres shows perfectly in this tune. The melancholic chords get you hooked pretty quickly, and set the stage perfectly for the suffocating bass at the drop. Bear Grillz is a rising name in dubstep, and for good reason.
The 30 Best Dubstep Songs Ever
Believe Original Mix. Gangster Wub Original Mix. Bo Biz. Bastard Original Mix. Pedro Loutre. Electro House. Poor Boy Riddim Original Mix. Hello Original Mix.
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