Earthquake Music: The Best Dubstep Tracks to Shake Things Up

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A look at some of the best dubstep tracks to get you moving, featuring artists like Flux Pavilion, Nero, and Skream.


In 2012, one of the most famous international music festivals was born in Japan: Earthquake Music. The brainchild of producer and DJ Tetsuya Nakamura, the festival was designed to bring together the best dubstep producers and DJs from around the world in one place to create an unforgettable experience.

earthquake Music is more than just a music festival; it’s a cultural movement that is shaking things up and getting people moving. With over fifty different artists performing at the two-day event, there is something for everyone at Earthquake Music.

If you’re looking for the best dubstep tracks to get your earthquake on, look no further than this list. From well-known artists like Skream and Benga to up-and-comers like G Jones and Bleep Bloop, these tracks will have you shaking your earthquake in no time.

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 a development of other genres such as 2-step garage, dub, techno, drum and bass, and grime.

In the United Kingdom, the term “dubstep” refers to a particular type of bass-heavy electronic music that emerged in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The style is characterized by its use of intricate and often chaotic rhythmic patterns, frequently accompanied by sub-bass frequencies.

Despite its relatively short history, dubstep has exerted a considerable influence on other electronic dance music genres such as drum and bass and grime. In recent years, the genre has also begun to gain popularity in North America, with artists such as Skrillex and Bassnectar achieving mainstream success.

The Best Dubstep Tracks

When it comes to shaking things up, there’s nothing quite like the best dubstep tracks. These bass-heavy tracks are perfect for getting the party started, or for getting through a tough workout. From Skrillex to Flux Pavilion, we’ve got the perfect dubstep tracks to get you moving.

“Babylon” by Skream

“Babylon” is a song by English dubstep producer Skream. It was released as a single on 8 August 2011 as a digital download and 12″ vinyl. The song peaked at number 122 on the UK Singles Chart.

“Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites” by Skrillex

This track by Skrillex is one of the most popular dubstep songs out there. It’s got a great mix of elements that make it perfect for shaking things up. The bass is heavy and thumping, while the synths provide a nice, eerie atmosphere. The vocals are also a perfect fit for the song, adding an extra layer of creepiness.

“In for the Kill” by La Roux

This song is an adrenaline-pumping dubstep track that will definitely get the heart racing. The heavy bass and syncopated rhythms are perfect for getting people moving, and the lyrics are just catchy enough to keep everyone singing along.


In conclusion, if you are looking for some great dubstep tracks to get your earthquake on, these 10 recommendations should do the trick. From classics like Busta Rhymes’ “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See” to more modern tracks like Flux Pavilion’s “I Can’t Stop,” there is something for everyone’s taste. So turn up the bass and shake things up!

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