10 New Dubstep Tracks You Need to Hear

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From the deepest bass to the most skittering hi-hats, these 10 new dubstep tracks are sure to get your head nodding.


In the past few years, dubstep has become one of the most popular genres in electronic music. While the origins of dubstep are in the UK, the style has quickly spread around the world and has been adopted by artists from all over.

There are many different sub-genres of dubstep, but the common thread between them is a focus on heavy basslines and drums. If you’re a fan of electronic music, then there’s a good chance you’ll enjoy dubstep.

In this article, we’ll be showcasing 10 new dubstep tracks that you need to hear. These tracks come from both established artists and up-and-comers, and they represent some of the best that the genre has to offer.

“Brixton” by Flux Pavilion

Flux Pavilion is one of the most popular dubstep artists out there, and for good reason. His music is energetic and exciting, and his new track “Brixton” is no exception. This track is sure to get your blood pumping and get you moving.

“Get Low” by Zeds Dead

“Get Low” is a song by Canadian electronic music duo Zeds Dead, released on March 4, 2014 as the lead single from their second studio album, Hot Sauce Committee Part Two (2011). The song features vocals from New Zealand singer-songwriter Lola Bright. It peaked at number 86 on the Canadian Hot 100.

“Rude Boy” by Skream

“Rude Boy” is a song by British dubstep producer Skream. The song was released on 18 May 2010 as a digital download in the United Kingdom. It peaked at number 51 on the UK Singles Chart.

The song’s title and lyrics are a reference to the 2010 film, Shottas.

The song was used in a television commercial for the launch of the iPad in the United Kingdom

“Dirty South” by Doctor P

“Dirty South” by Doctor P is a great new dubstep track that you need to hear. The song starts off with a great bassline that will get you moving, and then the beat drops and the song really takes off. The second half of the song is even better, with some great drum work and a catchy melody. This is a must-hear for any dubstep fan.

“Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” by Skrillex

Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” is one of the most iconic dubstep tracks of all time. The 2010 track defined the sound of the genre for a new generation and introduced Skrillex to a wider audience. The song’s title comes from the lyrics of David Bowie’s “Moonage Daydream,” and its iconic drop is punctuated by a sample of Mike Tyson’s voice.

“Cinema” by Skrillex

Cinema by Skrillex is one of the newest and most popular dubstep tracks out there. This track is crammed full of huge basslines and catchy melodies, which is sure to get your head nodding and feet moving.

“Levels” by Avicii

This track by Avicii is one of the most popular dubstep tracks out there. It has a catchy melody and a great beat that will get you moving.

“Basshead” by Excision

“Basshead” is a track by Canadian dubstep artist Excision. The track was released on June 10, 2014 as a single from his album, X Rated. The song features a heavy bassline and incorporates elements of trap and drum and bass.

“Bonfire” by Knife Party

If you’re a fan of dubstep, then you need to check out these 10 new tracks! Featuring a mix of up-and-coming and established artists, these songs will get you moving. From the atmospheric “Bonfire” by Knife Party to the hard-hitting “Detonate” by Herobust, there’s something for everyone. So turn up the volume and get ready to headbang!

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