The Best of 2018: Dubstep Music

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Here’s a look at the best dubstep tracks of 2018. These are the songs that defined the genre and pushed it forward.

Best Dubstep Songs of 2018

2018 was a great year for dubstep, with a plethora of excellent tracks released by both mainstream and underground artists alike. Here are our picks for the best dubstep songs of the year.

“Barely Human” by Skream
Skream’s “Barely Human” is a bit of a departure from the heavier, more aggressive dubstep that he’s known for. This track is atmospheric and ethereal, with delicate melodies and chopped-up vocals that lend it an otherworldly quality. It’s one of the most beautiful dubstep tracks we’ve ever heard, and it’s certainly one of the best of 2018.

“Flatline” by ASADI
ASADI is a relatively new artist, but he’s already making waves in the dubstep community with his unique style. “Flatline” is a perfect example of his sound: dark, atmospheric, and deeply groove-oriented. It’s a track that you can lose yourself in, and we can’t wait to hear more from ASADI in the future.

“Mayan Warrior” by GANZ
GANZ has been on our radar for a while now, and he finally broke through to the mainstream with his massive track “Mayan Warrior.” It’s a perfect example of why GANZ is one of the best producers in the game: he knows how to craft a huge drop that will get any crowd moving. This is one track that you need to hear to believe.

“R U Okay?” by Virtual Riot
Virtual Riot is one of the most consistent producers in dubstep, and he always brings his A-game when it comes to drops. “R U Okay?” is no exception: it’s got a huge bassline and some expertly crafted sound design throughout. If you’re looking for a track that will get your blood pumping, look no further than this one.

Best Dubstep Artists of 2018

In recent years, dubstep has become one of the most popular genres of electronic dance music. Its popularity is due in part to its heavy basslines and dark, often eerie atmosphere.

If you’re a fan of dubstep, then you’ll definitely want to check out some of the best artists in the genre. Here are 10 of the best dubstep artists of 2018.

1. Zeds Dead
2. Skream
3. Benga
4. Caspa
5. Flux Pavilion
6. Milo & Otis
7. 16bit
8. Wilkinson
9. Knife Party
10. Adventure Club

Best Dubstep Remixes of 2018

The best dubstep remixes of 2018 are a great way to get into the genre if you haven’t already. Dubstep music is a type of electronic dance music that fuse elements of garage, 2-step, and drum and bass. The genres biggest concession to pop culture was probably when Skrillex broke through in 2011 with his unique brand of wonky, aggressive dubstep.

Best Dubstep Albums of 2018

1. What So Not – Not All the Beautiful Things
2. G Jones – The Ineffable Truth
3. Zeds Dead – Northern Lights
4. 12th Planet & Flinch – The End Is Near Pt. 1
5. Alix Perez & Ivy Lab – Maiden
6. truth – Server Crash Test 0002
7. Eprom & Alix Perez – melting point

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