Black & White Dubstep by Selecta Cornetto

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By Themiton Sevilla in Video on Tuesday 18 December 2012

Asian dairy product brand Selecta took a bold step to reach out with the Internet-proliferated dubstep movement. Though prone to be labeled as a work inspired by dance flicks of the 00′s, it never fails to impress the most hard-to-please cynic (and frustrated) choreographers with the duo’s seamless and synchronized execution over the wobble bass […]

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Skyfall trailer in dubstep

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By Low Lai Chow in Video on Monday 26 November 2012

One dubstep forward, two dubsteps backward. Looks like humans have found a way to make Hollywood films and trailers even more trippy: add dubstep. The new James Bond flick, Skyfall, mashed by pexpix to the strains of Camo & Krooked’s dubstepified take on the 007 theme, is the latest example. We are also very partial […]

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Elders React to Dubstep

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By Christopher Stribley in Video on Tuesday 10 July 2012

Dubstep has been popping up everywhere: from commercials to movie soundtracks. There are even memes about Dubstep. So what is left, but to find out how older people feel about it, which is exactly what The Fine Bros have done with their video, Elders React to Dubstep. Not only is their video funny, it’s also educational. Before […]

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Mogra: an Otaku and Anime club in Tokyo

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By Yoshi Tajima in New Trends on Tuesday 17 April 2012

Mogra in Akihabara, Tokyo, was established in August 2009 as a club at the center of Japanese Otaku (diehard fan) and anime culture. At Mogra, you can listen to anime songs, game songs, and vocaloid Hatsune Miku, as well as house music and dubstep. If you’re looking for real underground dance music from Tokyo, this is […]

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Inception dubstep by DJ Salad

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By Mark Egan in New Music on Wednesday 11 April 2012

The thing with audio visual DJing is trying to find the image that looks like the sound. Hip hop tends to look like hydraulic cars; disco equals flares, cumbia equals cocktails on the beach, and dubstep, surprisingly, looks like levitating pallets of tomatoes exploding. Props to SaladUK for making that connection.

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Skifcha: the dubstep listening cat

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By Tuomas Ikonen in Video on Tuesday 13 March 2012

Skifcha is a chubby siamese cat from Russia who likes to wear paper eyeglasses and mustache while listening to dubstep. The mastermind behind these videos is filmmaker Denis Borisovich.

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Safire: Dark Moments

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By Yandell Walton in New Music on Thursday 16 February 2012

I’ve been partying with these guys for, well … I’m not gonna say how long. Recently Safire hit the big time internationally, creating some amazing tracks.

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Bassweight: a documentary about Dubstep

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By Sunil Pawar in New Film on Wednesday 1 February 2012

Dubstep is conquiring the world at a crazy rate at the moment, so it’s real important to know of its roots. Bassweight is a wicked feature length documentary charting its growth from its origins in London town. Beautifully shot, it features interviews with the pioneers and major players of the game.

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Dubstep Christmas Lights: featuring 35,000 flashing LED lights

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By Andrew Whiting in Video on Friday 23 December 2011

The Cadger Dubstep Christmas House is 35,000 LED lights flashing a track called First Of The Year (Equinox) by Skrillex. He describes his sound as ‘a mix of dubstep, electro and glitch all thrown together’. Perfect for Christmas.

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New single from Sincere: Ain’t Nobody Like You

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By Sunil Pawar in New Music on Saturday 3 December 2011

The UK has been developing some serious talent in the hip hop/dubstep/grime game for a long while now and it’s always a beautiful thing to see kids who were running the mix CD and club circuit game now getting signed to majors. Production values are getting slicker and tunes are gaining crossover appeal, but still […]

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Awesome animation for the Vaetxh song Mass

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By PK in New Music on Monday 10 October 2011

This is the incredible animation for the Vaetxh (pronounced vay-tex) song Mass by the equally mazing Henning M. Lederer.

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Incredible Dubstep dancing by Marquese Scott

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By Zolton in Video on Saturday 8 October 2011

Ok, so the song is called Pumped Up Kicks by Foster The People, and the remix is by Butch Clancy. But while that’s all good, neither are the real star here. No, that falls to Marquese Scott and his miraculous Dubstep style. I’d give my right leg to be able to dance like this.

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Banana Bomber’s Disgusting

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By Francis Andrews in New Music on Friday 16 July 2010

This is a relentlessly crunching tune from UK dubstep producer, Banana Bomber. It just pounds you again and again with three massive drops and a glitchy drum pattern and wicked bassline that can send a crowd mental. The producer is only fifteen years old.

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Chromeo’s Night By Night (Skream remix)

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By Zolton in New Music on Thursday 1 April 2010

I love this slow, dark drum and bass burn remix by UK dubstep producer Skream of the recent release, Night By Night, by Montreal electro-funk duo, Chromeo. Dave 1 of Chromeo says of the remix: ‘I was confused when I first heard this: all of a sudden, our song sounded like a Bone Thugs record. […]

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Dusk and Blackdown: Margins Music

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By Ari Stein in Video on Thursday 30 October 2008

I don’t know how I stumbled upon this, but it’s fantastic! Totally London and totally futuristic grime, dub step energy. It’s the debut visual feature from director Jonathan Howells and documents an audio visual journey through the margins of urban London, soundtracked by dubstep and grime from the forthcoming Dusk and Blackdown CD, Margins Music. […]

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