Top Dubstep and Tempo Music Artists

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Looking for some new dubstep or tempo music to check out? Here are some of our top picks for dubstep and tempo music artists that you should definitely check out!


Skrillex is one of the most popular dubstep artists out there. His unique style of music has garnered him a huge following. Skrillex’s music is high energy and often has a very fast tempo. If you’re looking for some great dubstep to listen to, Skrillex is a great artist to check out.

His work with dubstep

Skrillex is one of the most popular dubstep and tempo music artists today. He first gained popularity with his work with dubstep group From First to Last, and later as a solo artist. He has won multiple Grammy Awards and has been nominated for several more. Skrillex’s music is known for its heavy bass, unique sound effects, and high energy. If you’re a fan of dubstep or tempo music, then you need to check out Skrillex!

His work with tempo

Skrillex is known for his work with tempo, or the speed of a song. He often uses dubstep to increase the tempo of his songs. This can be seen in his work with the band Korn, where he produced their album The Paradigm Shift. He also worked with The Doors on their album L.A. Woman, which featured the song “Break On Through (To the Other Side).”

Flux Pavilion

Flux Pavilion is a dubstep producer and DJ from the United Kingdom. He is the co-founder of the record label Circus Records, and his 2011 single “Bass Cannon” was certified gold in the United States. He has collaborated with artists such as Steve Aoki, Zeds Dead, and Knife Party.

His work with dubstep

Flux Pavilion is the stage name of Rob Swire, a British DJ, record producer, dubstep artist and songwriter. He is the co-founder of the electronic music duo Knife Party and formerly part of another electronic music duo, Pendulum. His debut album, Lines in Wax, was released on 18 April 2011.

Flux Pavilion’s work with dubstep has been highly praised by critics. In 2010, MTV news called him “the new poster boy for dubstep” and “one of the most exciting talents in recent years”, while NME magazine described him as “a genuine phenomenon”. In 2012, Flux Pavilion was voted number 7 in the “DJ Mag Top 100 DJs” poll.

His work with tempo

Flux Pavilion is one of the top dubstep and tempo music artists. His work with tempo and beats is amazing. He has produced some of the best songs in the genre.

Knife Party

Knife Party is an Australian dubstep and tempo music duo consisting of Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, two former members of the drum and tempo band Pendulum. In 2012, they released their debut album Abandon Ship, which peaked at number 3 on the ARIA Albums Chart and at number 15 on the UK Albums Chart.

His work with dubstep

Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, also known as Knife Party, are a dubstep and tempo music duo from Australia. They rose to prominence in 2011 with their debut EP titled 100% No Modern Talking, which was met with critical acclaim. The duo has released two studio albums, Abandon Ship in 2014 and Lost Friends in 2018, both of which reached the top ten on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart.

Knife Party’s music has been described as “brostep”, a subgenre of dubstep that is heavier and more aggressive than the typical dubstep sound. The duo is known for their high-energy live shows, which often feature lasers and confetti cannons.

His work with tempo

Knife Party is an Australian electronic music duo consisting of two members of the drum and bass band Pendulum, Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen. Members of Knife Party are also members of the supergroup Ghosts, which also includes Porter Robinson and Madeon. The duo’s first release was a free online EP titled “100% No Modern Talking”, followed by another EP titled “Rage Valley”, which peaked at number one in Beatport’s Overall releases chart, making it one of the quickest selling release in Beatport history up to that point.


Zomboy is a English dubstep and tempo artist who has been active since 2011. His music is heavy and often aggressive, with elements of trap and drum and bass. He has released four studio albums, one mini album, and four EPs.

His work with dubstep

Zomboy is one of the top dubstep and tempo music artists today. His work with dubstep and other genres has made him one of the most popular electronic music artists around.

Zomboy got his start in the music industry when he was just a teenager. He started out making beats and remixes for local clubs and DJs. As he gained more experience, he began to produce his own tracks and remixes. His first big break came when he remixed Skrillex’s “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.” The track was an instant hit, and it catapulted Zomboy into the world of dubstep.

Since then, Zomboy has released a number of hit tracks and remixes. He has also toured extensively, performing at some of the biggest music festivals in the world. His unique style and sound have made him one of the most sought-after electronic music artists today.

His work with tempo

One of the things that sets Zomboy apart from other dubstep and tempo music artists is his work with tempo. He often uses samples from classic rock and roll songs, which gives his music a very unique sound. His work with tempo also allows him to create very complex rhythms that are perfect for dancing.


Excision is a dubstep and tempo music artist who has been making music since 2006. He is from Canada and his real name is Jeff Abel. He has released four albums, two EPs, and has been nominated for several awards. Excision’s music is known for its heavy bass and its use of dubstep and tempo drops.

His work with dubstep

Dirty South Joe, more commonly known by his stage name Excision, is a Canadian dubstep producer and DJ. His first release was in 2007, and since then he has released four studio albums and eight Eps. He is the founder of the label Rottun Recordings. In 2011 and 2012 he performed at music festivals such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and EDC Las Vegas. In 2012 he was ranked at #8 on Top 100 DJs list by DJ Magazine.

Excision’s music has been classified under the genres of dubstep, riddim dubstep, brostep, and drumstep. His musical style involves heavy basslines and distorted sounds. He often uses sound design and granular synthesis to create unique soundscapes. Many of his tracks have been used in video games and movies such as Need for Speed: Most Wanted (2012), Kick-Ass 2 (2013) John Wick (2014), and Furious 7 (2015).

His work with tempo

Excision’s singles “X Up” and “Swerve” were both features on the topic of tempo, with “X Up” exploring the 150-170 BPM range and “Swerve” the 140-160 BPM range. However, in 2016 he released his third studio album, Virus, which departed from his signature sound and explored a more experimental direction. The album was well received by critics and fans alike, with many citing its diversity as one of its major strengths.

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