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Fear Not the Dubstep XXX


Happy Thursday! I’m not sure what that means to you but to me it means dubstep. Today is the triple-X dubstep day, it being the 30th post. Always fun to mention. Get ready to rage.

ENiGMA has really mastered chillstep. By choosing Sigur Rós as his subject matter, he has very chill stuff to work with already. This maintains the sparkling ambience of the original while adding subtle bass. It’s rather glorious. Check it out!

Saeglopur (ENiGMA Remix) – Sigur Rós

Minnesota put out a free download for the masses, and as a member of the masses I am very grateful. It starts out using rapid high synth runs that sound like something out of a sonic video game. Then the bass drops and it’s awesome. Take a listen.

Jetstream – Minnesota

The Weeknd seems to act as a magnet for remixes but that works out because he provides such good content to work with. Paper Diamond takes this post into a a grittier although entirely smooth direction. Using a simple wobble background, the Weeknd’s vocals are showcased above the bass. It’s really hard to ruin those vocals. Enjoy.

Same Old Song (Paper Diamond Remix) – the Weeknd

Omega has always provided epic dubstep and this is no exception. The track starts out with a much more controlled and driven synth riff than the previous tracks. The vocals start out clipped and aggressive but grow in breadth for the chorus as the wobs are let off the leash. Check it out!

Mirrors (Omega Remix) – Natalia Kills

This is more electro than dubstep, but I’m not complaining. In fact this may be my new favorite song. Manila Killa showcases the beautiful vocals of Dev gently floating above the general electronic chaos beneath. Then out of nowhere, heavily distorted vocals from Eurythmics (distorted by Avicii) join in and take over. Take a listen for yourself.

Say My Name (Manila Killa’s Swede Dreams Bootleg) – The Cataracs x Porter Robinson x Dev x Gregori Kloserman x Avicii

I’ve been sitting on this one for quite some time. I haven’t done a dubstep blog in ages and I’ve been wanting to blog this track for about that long. Killagraham made a banger here. No frills, just epic dubstep sampling “Drop It to the Floor”. After a trance-y intro, the drop (pun intended) is epic. Enjoy!

Drop It – KillaGraham

How better to end a triple-X dubstep post than with Mötley Crüe? Don’t answer that. Wick-It arranged this lovely 80s banger and obviously had lots of fun with it. Have fun with the rage!

Shout At The Devil (Wick-it Remix) – Mötley Crüe

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