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My Favorite Dubstep/Electronica Songs

January 25, 2017

I’m not going to be fussy with all the microgenres, etc.

Overwerk – Daybreak (GoPro HERO3 Edit)
This is the song that converted me from the “dubstep is complete trash” to “wow, there might be something here”. Still sends chills down my spine.

Ronald Jenkees – Throwing Fire
There’s a longer cleaner studio take, but the “live” version has more energy and it’s great to watch him having so much fun with the song. He’s got a lot of really good stuff out there. You really can’t help but smile and dance to the music while watching this.

Pendulum – Girl in the Fire
Pendulum’s other work is more rock than electronica, but this song has such great rhythm.

Stephen Walking – Shark City
Stephen Walking’s early work is pretty bad, but he’s improved a lot in a fairly short time. I’m really looking forward to new releases. Really fun and catchy melodies. Turtle town, Top of the World 2, and Pizza Planet are also good.

We are Presidents and Favulous – Pop Art

Shirobon – Born Survivor
Chiptuny, bouncy, and fun. If you like this stuff, also try FantomenK, Tokyo Rose, Power Glove, and Sound Remedy & Nitro Fun – Turbo Penguin.

Coyote Kisses – Acid Wolfpack

Klaypex – Game fire
Heavier and a bit harsher than most of the rest. Very rhythmically based.

Noisy Freaks – Selection

Tristam – Till it’s Over
One of the few songs on here with vocals. If you like, also try Au5, Headhunterz ft. Tatu = Colors, and Biometrix – Hush.

Pegboard Nerds – Self Destruct
These guys have a lot of fast paced songs similar to this.

Feint ft. Laura Brehm – Words

Full playlist

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