Our man Wayne Thai picks out the best Dubstep tracks for 2020. Let us know what you think on our socials and make sure your check these out!
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JVNA has built up some incredible steam over the past few years with her producing and DJ’ing talent. Set to blow up this year, only to be setback by this unforeseen pandemic, she is sure to come back fiercely and in her rightful place once major festivals open up again.
Jason Ross never lets you down, and once again he’s back with another melodic dubstep tune that he’s so well-known for. Featuring Heather Sommer, he gracefully combines a melodic luscious drop with with Heather’s angelic voice to enthrall listeners.
Au5 comes back for another round with this offering ‘Resistance’. This song’s spacescape builds up to its mind-bending drop and is what Au5’s signature style is all about.
With an already impressive history of releases, Skope adds to his repertoire with a phenomenal new genre-bending EP. The project entitled Low Focus is out now on the UK powerhouse, Inspected. The EP boasts five impressive tracks that are sure to leave you speechless. Skope combines elements of jungle, glitch, garage, and dubstep in this release. His ability to flawlessly merge these elements is showcased with this release. Skope is a top-tier producer, and he has continued to execute his mastery in this, truly, ground-breaking body of work.
Quarantine have you feeling blue? You’re in luck, DirtySnatcha has decided to spread the love with his new melodic track, ‘Lover’. Originally premiering on the YouTube page DubstepGutter, ‘Lover’ has officially dropped on all music platforms.
Announcing itself through thunderous chords that ring out atop a slick broken beat and smooth vocalizations, RIOT’s new single may seem innocuous at first glance—but first impressions can be deceiving. The true tone quickly makes itself known as skittering drumlines and mind-altering acid licks are quickly added into the equation. But the real mayhem ensues once the rallying cry vocal comes into play. Screeching synths relentlessly ground-and-pound while walls of low-end come smattering from above with vocal cues weaved cleverly between the thicket of bass.
Back with an extension of his 2010 hit ‘I Can’t Stop’, Flux Pavilion morphs his classic tune into another banger. Don’t worry, he breaks the curse of sequels and ensures this tops his classic. Although his classic sets an incredibly high bar, he seamlessly complements this with the 2020 version. Be sure to expect the trilogy in 2030.
Ekali released his debut Monstercat single ‘Closure’ in collaboration with SLUMBERJACK. The song was featured on Monstercat Instinct Vol. 3 and SARAWAK EP.
One of the heaviest collabs of the year is finally here with Zeds Dead and YOOKiE teaming up for the first time. Zeds Dead YOOKiE new track is entitled ‘Ruff’. This bass banger combines the best of both artists into a single super raw track. ‘RUFF’ is the lead single from Zeds Dead latest compilation WE ARE DEADBEATS VOL. 4 DELUXE.
Au5’s Answers is a melodic banger that resonates well with this year’s August top pick. This melodic dubstep gem, aligned with incredible vocals, signifies the realization of “Answers” you’ve always wanted to know. The track follows his recent release of Chime and his “Wasteland” Trivecta remix. Au5’s use of chillstep influences and mid tempo infused bass showcases how he keeps pushing boundaries within the electronic scene. The second drop gives us an even faster-paced tempo that really catches the listener by surprise. At first, you think things will take a slower turn, a fulfilling trip through your deepest feelings, but then things speed up and your heart begins to race.
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