The Best Dubstep Music Videos You’ve Never Seen

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Looking for some killer dubstep music videos? Check out our list of the best dubstep videos you’ve never seen. From mind-bending visuals to jaw-dropping choreography, these videos will get you hooked on dubstep.


In the past decade, dubstep has taken the world by storm. The genre has produced some of the most popular songs and artists of the past few years. While dubstep is often associated with clubs and parties, there is a more creative side to the genre that is often overlooked.

In this article, we’ll be taking a look at some of the best dubstep music videos you’ve never seen. These videos are all creative and different, and they offer a unique perspective on dubstep. We hope you enjoy them!

What is dubstep?

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in South London in the late 1990s. It is generally characterized by sparse, syncopated rhythmic patterns with prominent sub-bass frequencies. The style emerged as an offshoot of UK garage, drawing on a lineage of related styles such as 2-step and dub reggae. In the early 2000s, dubstep emerged as a commercialized offshoot of uk garage and grime.

The history of dubstep

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the early 2000s in the United Kingdom. It is characterized by a distinctive sub-bass sound, G-funk -inspired synth lines, and sparse, syncopated drum patterns. The style emerged as a reaction to the UK garage scene, which tended to be dominated by 2-step rhythms.

Dubstep music is often created with a tempo of around 140 beats per minute, and consists of one or more bassline instruments playing characteristic “wobble” basslines with heavilysyncopated drum patterns. The first dubstep tracks were produced by artists such as Oris Jay, Steve Gurley and El-B.

The genre began to achieve mainstream popularity in the 2010s, with singles such as Magnetic Man’s “I Need Air”, Rusko’s “Hold On” (featuring Amber Coffman of Dobie), and Skream’s “Let’s Get Ravey” all becoming top 40 hits in the UK. In 2014, mainstream artists such as Disclosure, Katy B and Diplo began to incorporate elements of dubstep into their music.

The best dubstep music videos

Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music that originated in the United Kingdom in the late 1990s. It is characterized by sparse,syncopated rhythmic patterns with prominent sub-bass frequencies. If you are a fan of dubstep music, then you must check out these videos.

“Alive” by Krewella

“Alive” is a song by American electronic dance music group Krewella. It was released on June 18, 2013, as the second single from their debut studio album Play Hard (2013). The song peaked at number thirty on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The accompanying music video for “Alive” was directed by EDM photography duo Postalgia and features the band performing in various settings, including a forest and a desert.

“Get Free” by Major Lazer

When it comes to dubstep music videos, there are few that can compare to “Get Free” by Major Lazer. The video features a host of sexy ladies dancing their way through a range of locations, including a nightclub, a beach, and even a graveyard. With its thumping bass and infectious melodies, “Get Free” is the perfect track to get you pumped up for a night out on the town.

“Bassnectar” by Vindata

This song is the epitome of what dubstep is all about. The intense basslines and varying tempo throughout the song create a truly unique listening experience. The music video does an excellent job of capturing the feeling of the music, with its dark and ethereal visuals.


While there are many different ways to enjoy dubstep, one of the best is through its accompanying music videos. These are some of the best dubstep music videos you’ve never seen, each one offering a unique and visually stunning experience.

From the dark and intense visuals of SKisM’s “Experts” to the bright and colorful world of Korn’s “Get Up”, these videos are sure to impress. So sit back, turn up the volume, and enjoy some of the best dubstep music videos you’ve never seen.

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