10 Most Brutal Dubstep Drops 3 ☢ 2011





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Uploaded on Dec 29, 2011

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Critique. (Warning, these criticisms overuse "SpikeTV" words like "epic," "sick," "beastly," and so forth)

10. Dubba Jonny - Not Another UKF Dubstep Tutorial
Dubba Jonny does it again. I don't think it's nearly as brutal as the first two songs in the Dubstep Tutorial series, but it is still pretty sick. There are some really unique sounds in there, and parts of it are really ominous.

9. Tim Ismag & Perfecta - The Matrix
I can't say much about this song given that I only just heard it a few days prior to the making of this video. Nonetheless, it made the cut. Why? Well, because it's downright brutal. It's just another example of a dubstep song that manages to make a really dissonant melody sound awesome.

8. Porter Robinson - The State (Skism Remix)
Like number 9, this song pulls off a dissonant melody very well. What makes this song better, though, is the underlying ethnic theme that it incorporates, in addition to a slightly better rhythm. If you listen to the whole song, there are some really cool vocals throughout, which only heighten the sense of brutality that this song creates.

7. Torqux & Twist - Psychopath (Bassex Remix)
This is one of those dubstep songs that throws a ton of different sounds at you, some of which are brutal, and some of which are crazy. And quite frankly, I like this approach to dubstep production. Keep it coming, Bassex.

6. Karetus - Madhouse (Paradigm Remix)
The voice that comes in at the drop is just unbelievably epic. Whoever did those vocals deserves the nobel prize. Seriously. The bass that follows the drop isn't the best I've ever heard, but the drop itself just imparts such a sick tone to the song.

5. Wolfgang Gartner - The Champ (Bassex Remix)
A slick dubstep remix of a slick house song. The thing I like most about the song is that super intense bass sound at 6:00. The louder you listen to it, the more epic it is.

4. xKore - Showdown
This is another one of those dubstep songs (well maybe it's Electro House) that just throws a bunch of different sounds at you non-stop, as Microsoft Sam alluded to in "Not Another UKF Dubstep Tutorial." But this song, obviously, is much more epic, especially because of those incredible synth melodies and sidechaining, slick 70's hits, and tiger growling sound effects. All in all, this is one of xKore's best songs yet.

3. Zomboy - Organ Donor
The bass isn't too brutal save for the first few wobbles after the drop, but the melody is really good for a dubstep song. I also love those sweet organ sounds that come in every now and then. It's a really well-balanced song with genuine music value, and in my opinion, it sounds amazing.

2. Knife Party - Fire Hive
This song is too crisp to even be in existence. Honestly, it's the best produced / mixed / mastered song I've ever heard - the sound is consistent throughout and the percussion is so crisp and clean. And the synths are just so unique, too, especially those synth organ-sounding licks that come in from time to time.

1. Muffler - Machines
Unlike most other dubstep I've heard, this song doesn't take a break. From the moment the epic drop occurs, the song consists of pure, non-stop brutality. And that's why it earns the number one spot. I can barely describe how beastly it is.


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