The Best Dubstep Music Videos of 2011-2014

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A roundup of the best dubstep music videos of the last 4 years.

Best Dubstep Music Videos of 2011

In this article, we will be taking a look at the best dubstep music videos of 2011-2014. These are the videos that we think are the most creative, the most exciting, and the ones that really capture the essence of what dubstep is all about.

Skrillex – First of the Year (Equinox) [Official Music Video]

Skrillex – First of the Year (Equinox) [Official Music Video]
Published on Sep 30, 2011
The first single from Skrillex’s Bangarang EP. Out now on Beatport!

Skrillex — First Of The Year (Equinox) [Official Music Video]
From the “Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites” ep available for purchase now:…


Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop

Flux Pavilion – I Can’t Stop is a song by British electronic music producer Flux Pavilion. It was released on 21 August 2011 as a digital download from Big Beat Records, and peaked at number 97 on the UK Singles Chart. The song samples Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band’s 1969 song “Express Yourself”.

Datsik & Excision – Swagga

Datsik & Excision – Swagga is a song by Canadian dubstep producers Datsik and Excision. The song was released as a single on March 8, 2011, and is included on Datsik’s second studio album, Vitamin D (2011).

The music video for “Swagga” was directed by Corey xavier and released on May 12, 2011. The video features footage of Datsik and Excision performing in various live venues, as well as scenes of them interacting with fans.

“Swagga” peaked at number four on the Beatport Dubstep chart and has been viewed over five million times on YouTube.

Best Dubstep Music Videos of 2012

Dubstep music has taken the world by storm in the past few years. The genre has become extremely popular, especially with the younger generation. If you’re a fan of dubstep, then you’re in for a treat. We’ve compiled a list of the best dubstep music videos of 2012.

Knife Party – Internet Friends

The first video on our list is one that was released in 2012, but didn’t gain much traction until 2013. “Internet Friends” by Knife Party has a simple, but effective concept. The video features two people in a room, sitting at opposite ends of a table. They are both staring at computer screens, with the only communication between them being through an online chat interface.

As the song progresses, the video becomes more and more chaotic, with objects in the room begin to float and move around. By the end of the video, both of the protagonists are covered in debris, and it’s clear that their only connection to each other is through the internet.

This video perfectly captures the feeling of paranoia and isolation that can come from excessive internet use, and it’s set to one of the best dubstep songs of the past few years. If you haven’t seen it yet, make sure to check it out.

Zomboy – Nuclear (Hands Up)

Zomboy – Nuclear (Hands Up) has over sixty million views on YouTube, making it one of the most popular dubstep music videos of all time. The song was released in 2011 and quickly rose to the top of the charts, becoming one of the most iconic dubstep songs of the decade. The music video features a group of zombies who are dancing and singing along to the song, and has a very creepy and dark atmosphere.

Krewella – Come & Get It

Since exploding onto the dubstep scene in 2012 with their supernatural bass assault “Come & Get It,” Krewella has continued to evolve their sound and visuals. The video for “Come & Get It” sets the perfect vibe for their high-energy live show with its fast cuts and hectic pace. Rainbow-haired lead singer Jahan Yousaf is the focus of the video, as she delivers an intense performance that is sure to get the blood pumping.

Best Dubstep Music Videos of 2013

The best dubstep music videos of 2013 are a mix of old classics and new tunes. The top dubstep tunes of 2013 include Skrillex’s “Bangarang,” Nero’s “Promises,” and Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop.” These are just a few of the many dubstep tunes that will get your head nodding and your feet moving.

Zeds Dead – Collapse 2.0

Debut album “collapse” out now:

Zeds Dead x Memorecks – Collapse 2.0

The second single from our forthcoming debut album “northern lights” out October 14th on Astralwerks.

Baauer – Harlem Shake

The “Harlem Shake” is a song recorded by American DJ and producer Baauer. It was released on May 22, 2012, by Mad Decent sub-label Jeffree’s. The track was included in a Diplo mix album titled after it, which was released on March 12, 2013. The single became an Internet meme in early February 2013.

On February 10, 2013, the single debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Baauer’s first and only top 40 hit as well as his first number one on the chart. Additionally, it set the record for the most downloads in a single week with 103,000. The song remained at the top of the Hot 100 for five weeks and has sold three million copies in the United States as of April 2013. Internationally, “Harlem Shake” peaked at number one in Australia and New Zealand and became Baauer’s first top 10 hit in Ireland when it charted at number six,”

Nero – Won’t You (Be There)

“Won’t You (Be There)” is a song by Nero. The song was released on 16 May 2011 as the third single from their debut album, Welcome Reality. The song peaked at number 42 on the UK Singles Chart.

The music video for “Won’t You (Be There)” was uploaded to YouTube on 18 May 2011, at a total length of four minutes and fifteen seconds. It features the band playing in an abandoned warehouse, with various shots of abandoned mannequins and other items.

Best Dubstep Music Videos of 2014

Dubstep music videos are a great way to get into the genre and get a feel for the music and the culture. There are many great dubstep music videos out there, but the ones listed below are some of the best.

Skrillex and Diplo – “Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber (Official Video)

This video is the result of a collaboration between American electronic dance music producer Skrillex, English DJ and record producer Diplo, and Canadian singer Justin Bieber. It was released on 17 August 2014 by OWSLA, Mad Decent, and Def Jam Recordings. The song is a remix of Bieber’s track “Where Are Ü Now”, which was produced by Skrillex and co-written by Justin Bieber, Jack Ü, and Julia Michaels.

The song peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming Skrillex’s fourth top 10 single in the country as a lead artist and Bieber’s third. It also became Jack Ü’s first top 10 single in the United States. The music video won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Visual Effects.

Jack Ü – Take Ü There feat. Kiesza [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Jack Ü is a dubstep duo consisting of Skrillex and Diplo. They released their debut album, “Recess,” in 2014. The album included the single, “Take Ü There,” which featured vocals from Kiesza. The song was released as a single in 2014 and the accompanying music video was released in 2015.

Flux Pavilion – Blow the Roof [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Flux Pavilion – Blow the Roof [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
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