Dubstep originated in South London in 1988 and has become a worldwide phenomenon. Dubstep otherwise known as Brostep is one of EDM’s most popular genres with the help of Skrillex, Rusko, Skream, Datsik, Flux Pavilion, Doctor P and Bassnectar. Make sure to check out the other EDM Genres.
There is no exact feel to Dubstep while it can be heavy and wubby, while there’s also melodic and smooth such as Seven Lions. Dubstep as a whole is a half-step beat which is accompanied typically by 140 Beats Per Minute.
Famous Dubstep Music Artists
Some of the main dubstep artists today include Skrillex, Datsik, Excision, Rusko, Caspa, Nero, Chase & Status, Skream, Benga and many more.
Stay tuned for more Dubstep Music from EDM Sauce
While we continually post new dubstep tracks, if you’re looking for a continuous playlist of Dubstep tracks, listen to our playlist courtesy of UKFDubstep.
The Bronze Whale has done it again… This time The Bronze Whale has paired up with PRFFTT, Svyable and Koda on the vocals. The track “The Search” is a melodic dubstep track which takes you on a wave of emotions and is a very beautiful track overall. Give it a listen and find out for yourself. Like to...read more
Here is a short interview we caught with Eptic at the make up event for the Moonrise festival in Washington D.c. For those of you who don’t know Eptic, he is a 19 year old dubstep producer from Belgium. This guy makes some heavy beats, and works on Never Say Die record label. If you call yourself a dub head, Eptic is definitely a guy you want to check out. We also found out from Eptic what makes Belgian waffles so good, I would definitely suggest Borat to stay away from them. EDM Sauce: How is it working on Never Say Die record...read more
Last weekend, Skrillex had the opportunity to host his 2 hour Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1. During this 2 hour set, Skrillex debuted a lot of great new music, such as his remix of Blawan’s “Why They Hide Their Bodies Under My Garage.” This is a very different sound from his signature style, but so far I’ve been digging the change. What’s your thoughts on this style from Skrillex? Listen to the Exclusive 2 Hour Mix from Skrillex on BBC Radio...read more
This has been a huge year for MitiS and with his Open Window EP out on June 18, it’s about to get even bigger! MitiS has crafted another beautiful melody accompanied with the vocals of Anna Yvette, thrown in some drum step, and created a great overall track. Listen for the time being and grab MitiS’ Open Window EP June...read more
Reach for the sky because it’s a stick up! Indiana bass master Figure is back his new track Perfect Timing (Stick Up Kids). Feel your speakers burst at the seams as Figure continually blasts you with the epitome of bass in your face. Turn it up and let the bass hit you! Free...read more
The New Jersey duo known as Synchronice has taken Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive” and given it a complete melodic dubstep remix. The indie hit has been completely redone and given an incredible new twist. Grab your free download below! Free...read more
Doctor P has just returned with a new track which aired on Flux Pavillion’s episode of Diplo & Friends mix. Doctor P has labeled the track “The Champange Böp” and is expected to be released on June 24th via Circus Records....read more
You know that moment when your raging out, shuffling, eyeballs rolling. You know the song, and the music is building, its getting bigger and bigger and just when you think you know whats coming next the song changes and you melt flat to the floor, lol. Back to the Acid will be there to melt you. Huge rubbery bassline, with all your needed electro therapy. Check it...read more
To celebrate 40,000 fans on Facebook, RamesesB has produced the new melodic dubstep track “Asteroid” and released it as a free download. Here Rameses B wanted to say thank you to his fans, but if you feel compelled to donate for the song, feel free to do so here. Free...read more
Springing from their winter projects, MartyParty and Ooah, have brought us a new full length album as PANTyRAID. PANTyRAID reunites every spring to work on upcoming projects produced in their bi-coastal studios in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. And lucky for all of us, this summer, embark on a US tour that bounces all over the country that hits the usual spots as well as some less frequented cities. The new album, “Pillow Talk,” is a twelve song LP that is a unique blend of downtempo, lo-fi bass, pseudo-trip-hop, and classic glitch;...read more