Dubstep songs are celebrated around the globe for its electronic beat, forceful bass lines, and often-instrumental features. When the revolution began, not many clubs or producers embraced the music. Today, venues all over the world regard this genre as an evolutionary form of music. Although dubstep has branched out into other forms, this style of music can be characterized into several categories, some of which are included below.
The first kind of dubstep songs are normal dubstep, which includes syncopated rhythms, dissonant harmonies, and frequent use of a minor key, often creating a dark tone. The normal style was the first form of dubstep to originate, and it began from the talent of great musicians like Skream, Benga, Rusko, Skillrex and Nero. Since the time of its beginning, other musicians have joined the ranks in regarding normal dubstep as the original form of the genre.
Brostep is the most recent form of dubstep, branching from the traditional normal style and transforming into a more aggressive form of the music. While traditional dubstep emphasizes sub-bass content and more rhythmic bass lines, brostep underlines the mid-range sounds and often foregoes heavy bass tones. Arguably, some say brostep cannot be considered a form of dubstep, since normal dubstep is all about the bass line and brostep takes a back seat in this category, but it still remains a form of dubstep songs according to music experts.
Post-dubstep is another category of dubstep. Post-dubstep includes combining the elements of dubstep with other musical features like broken dubstep beats and a funky rhythm. Some critics consider post-dubstep to be a “filthy” version of the traditional style because it tends to be less creative and emphasizes the mainstream music industry. All these different styles of dubstep are featured on this site. Feel free to browse around and listen to all of our dubstep songs!
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Check out our selection of the greatest Dubstep Music below!
- Calvin Harris We'll Be Coming Back Ft. Example - KillSonik Remix
Calvin Harris We’ll Be Coming Back Ft. Example - KillSonik Remix is another crazy Dubstep song! I like the intensity and the build up for the drop! The switch ups in the song is awesome too along with Calvin Harris’ and Example’s vocals! This song keeps me very entertained and it is definitely worth a listen!
You should also check out Nero Promises – Original HP Commercial Song 2012
- Skream Rutten
Skream Rutten is one of those dubstep songs like What The F*ck?! This song is ridiculous!! I never heard anything like this before. Those flutes sound ridiculous, definitely got that epic sound to them. Skream is a Beast at production, this guy has no limitations with his music. This song is amazing to listen to; Skream’s style is so unique!
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- Yogi Ayah Marar Follow U Trolley Snatcha Remix
Yogi Ayah Marar Follow U Trolley Snatcha Remix
Yogi Ayah Marar Follow U Trolley Snatcha Remix is a well structured song! This song is very nice to listen to, the production and the arrangement for the drop is perfect! This song caught me from the beginning and I can listen to this song over and over without getting sick of it; that’s I why I would consider this one of our Top Dubstep Songs!
You should also check out Skrillex In For The Kill
- Flux Pavilion I Can't Stop
Flux Pavilion I Can’t Stop
Flux Pavilion I Can’t Stop is that song that was recently sampled by Kanye West and Jay-Z. It was also featured in the viral video of Kony 2012. This song is getting a lot popularity for the fact that it is a great song. Its well put together with a commercial mainstream tune to it and also the “I Can’t Stop” sample in the song is very catchy. Consider this song to be in our Top Dubstep Songs list!
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- Nero Promises - Original HP Commercial Song 2012
Nero Promises was the original song that was recently featured as the new HP Commercial Song in 2012 for the New HP Beats Laptop. This is a good song to listen to and the vocals sound great however, we like the Promises Skrillex Remix better. In our opinion, the Skrillex Remix has a better drop and it has more of a Dubstep feel to it!
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