Dubstep is a relatively new form of electronic music described as "tightly coiled productions with overwhelming bass lines and reverberant drum patterns, clipped samples, and occasional vocals". There are those who say it's just noise, but of course, anyone who appreciates dubstep knows those critics just don't understand what they're listening to. Like classical music, knowing something about the genre adds to one's appreciation. You'll only be able to recognize the innovation and skill when you know something about the genre, its artists, and how each offers their own take on the sound of dubstep, from remixes of popular songs to original pieces. These are my ten favourite dubstep songs, in no particular order. Of course taste is personal, so if your favorites are different, speak up in the comments section below. This is probably my favourite dubstep song by my favourite dubstep artist. He mixes genres and both house and electro can be heard throughout his songs.
20. "Rail Breaker" - Riot Ten ft. Rico Act
19. "Experts" - SKisM
Excision Music. Dead Line Original Mix. Lockdown Kompany Remix. Excision , Wooli. Inevitable Outcome Original Mix. Lockdown Hairitage Remix.
The 20 Best Dubstep Songs of the EDM Decade
It's safe to say that this decade has been the biggest in the history of dubstep. In honor of the amazing decade of dubstep we've got to enjoy, here are the genre's 20 best tracks of the decade. With a minimalistic introduction putting full emphasis on Rico Act 's now-iconic vocals, hardcore fans of dubstep have found themselves embracing the idea of headbanging so hard their necks are sore.
Luckily for you, we've compiled a list of eleven of the best dubstep songs you forgot how much you loved. The twinkling keys and ethereal vocals are crafted in such a way that makes one think they were recorded with this remix in mind, creating a tune that stands the test of time years later. A year later, the two dynamic acts would reunite for a track bleeding with early 's dubstep sound. Precise bars over the classic, growling Skrillex sound elevated "Still Getting It" to one of the best tracks in both acts' libraries, despite often being overlooked. From the moment the signature piano from the beginning of "Sweet Shop" plays, listeners are instantly sent back to the days of arguing over the word "brostep" on YouTube. Doctor P 's screeching highs over grumbling lows paired with catchy vocals put this track on the list of all-time Circus Records greats.