The Best Dubstep Gaming Music of 2015

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Looking for some fresh, new dubstep music to game to? Check out our list of the best dubstep tracks of 2015!

Best Dubstep Gaming Music of 2015

The Best Dubstep Gaming Music of 2015 has been a great year for dubstep, with new artists and new tracks emerging throughout the year. Here are our picks for the best dubstep gaming music of 2015.

Best of NCS

There’s no denying that 2015 was a great year for dubstep music. Whether it was the explosive bass drops, the heart-pumping melodies, or the sheer energy of the tracks, there was something for everyone. And what better way to enjoy this amazing music than by turning up the volume and gaming to your heart’s content?

Here are some of the best dubstep gaming tracks of 2015:

1. “Alive” by Grant Bowtie
2. “Bangarang” by Skrillex
3. “Cinema” by Skrillex
4. “Dirty Work” by Flux Pavilion
5. “Dojo” by Knife Party
6. “Eclipse” by Varien & Seven Lions feat. Vindata
7. “First of the Year (Equinox)” by Skrillex
8. “In for the Kill (Skream’s Let’s Get Ravey Remix)” by La Roux
9. “Invaders Must Die” by The Prodigy
10. ” Kyoto (feat. Sirah)” – Knife Party

Best of Mr FijiWiji

If you’re a fan of Mr FijiWiji, then you know that he always brings the heat with his music. And 2015 was no different. Mr FijiWiji’s dubstep gaming mix is the perfect way to get amped up for your next gaming session.

Best of Seven Lions

There’s no doubt Seven Lions was one of the most prolific producers in 2015. His brand of emotional, uplifting dubstep quickly gained a devoted fan following, and he delivered with a seemingly endless stream of remixes, originals, and collaborations. If you’re looking for the best of Seven Lions’ gaming music from this past year, look no further than this playlist.

Best of Pegboard Nerds

Pegboard Nerds is a Danish electronic music duo consisting of Stefan Storm and Michael Parsberg. Their name is a combination of the two members’ nicknames, “Pegboard” and “Nerd”. The duo met in high school and began producing remixes and mashups before releasing their first original track, “Self Destruct”, in 2011.

Pegboard Nerds’ style encompasses a wide range of genres, including dubstep, complextro, house, drumstep, and others. They have released two albums, Pink Clouds (2013) and Gunpoint (2016), as well as several singles and EPs. In 2015, they founded their own record label and management company, Monstercat Uncaged. Pegboard Nerds has collaborated with several other artists, including Fight Kleenex (now known as Klaypex), Tristam, Spag Heddy, MISPRINT (now known as Crushendo), Jonathan Coulton, and Hayley Williams of Paramore.

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