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.
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What is dubstep and who does it best?
If EDM is known for anything, it's for creating physically and mentally moving compositions that can be felt worldwide. Over the last ten years alone, we've seen an incredible growth in timeless, bone-chilling tracks, but there will always be the select few whose "feels" test the sands of time. Grab your tissue box, put on your dancing shoes, and take at trip down memory lane with these iconic hits. What very well might be the feeliest song of all time, "One More Time" set the record for "best singalong song in EDM. Go ahead, try not to sing along just one. Ok, this actually might be the feeliest of all feel songs to have ever been feeled. It's safe to say that a handful of Americans got their first taste of dubstep through this heavy bass ballad.
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