Dubstep Tuesdays: 5 Tracks You Need to Hear

Wiwek & Skrillex – Killa (Slushii Remix) [OWSLA]

Newcomer Slushii remixes one of the biggest festival bangers of 2016 and turns “Killa” into a dubstep masterpiece. Premiered during Jack Ü‘s 2016 Coachella set, this remix will certainly propel Slushii‘s career to a new level.

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Kill the Noise – Without a Trace feat. Stalking Gia (Kill the Noise & Virtual Riot Remix) [OWSLA]

Pairing up with Virtual Riot, Kill the Noise remixes himself one again turning his melodic original into a brutal headbanging tune. With Stalking Gia’s chilling vocals and top-tier production, Kill the Noise demonstrates why he is one of the reigning kings of dubstep.

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Virtual Riot & FuntCase – Borg [Disciple]

Off of his Chemistry EP, Virtual Riot delivers a massive collaboration with FuntCase. Already receiving supports from the likes of Snails and Kayzo, this track will surely destroy any dancefloor.

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Eptic – Swords & Dragons [Never Say Die]

One of the first big names to appear during the dubstep rise of 2011, Eptic has shown no signs of slowing down. His new Overlord EP dropping soon on Never Say Die, showcases his ability to produce any genre while still maintaining his style we’ve grown to love. “Sword & Dragons” is filled with eerie synths, an amazing buildup and a heavy trapstep drop.

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Dodge & Fuski – OK! [Disciple]

Taking from rock and metal influences, Dodge & Fuski‘s “OK!” starts off with a gorgeous guitar riff that leads to a smashing dubstep drop that instinctively makes you head bang wherever you may be.

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