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Dubstep

Illusion of Choice 2

Illusion of Choice 2

(PG-13: Lyrics) Marquese Scott, BluPrint, iGlide, and AndreAndroiidRucker follow up their incredible dance video from 2012 with another sick set of robotic and slow-motion maneuvers. We want to see these guys in a dance-off with World Order.

Vibrator Vibrato

Vibrator Vibrato

Japanese guitarist Kikori shows off another use for a “personal massager” wand – extracting an intense dubstep-style sound effect from his electric guitar when pressing it against the strings. That guitar had the best night of its life.

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Berimbau Metal

Berimbau Metal

Musician Rob Scallon uses a primitive Brazilian instrument called a Berimbau to crank out some hard rock. We figure from the way it sounds, it would be good for making dubstep too – and it turns out that Andrew Huang has already indulged that idea.

Birdstep

Birdstep

Mystery Guitar Man dusts off the slightly past its prime musical genre to present a dubstep track made primarily from the strange and unusual sounds that our avian pals can make. Now if only he could find a bird that sounded like a drum machine.

Für Elise: Dubstep Edition

Für Elise: Dubstep Edition

Electronic musician Kaskobi brings classical music into the 21st century with a seriously danceworthy arrangement of Beethoven’s 19th century classic, in a battle between his Novation Launchpad and Launchkey digital music controllers.

Insane Christmas Light Show

Insane Christmas Light Show

You’ve got to see this Christmas light video from Matt Johnson whose latest show uses those big LED message boards you see in Times Square or on the Vegas Strip. Matt’s family used to do shows at their house, but had to move it out of the neighborhood due to traffic.

Nonstop: Headshot

Nonstop: Headshot

Marquese “Nonstop” Scott busts some of his sickest moves yet as he once again shows off his ability to flex, balance and contort his body in inconceivable ways. The track is One-Click Headshot by Feed Me. BOOM! HEADSHOT!

Marquese Scott: It’s Goin’ Down

Marquese Scott: It’s Goin’ Down

The incredible Marquese Scott impresses yet again with his sick dance moves, morphing from smooth and buttery flows to killer electric robot as he gets his groove on to vocalist jACQ’s dubstep track It’s Goin’ Down.

Dragon House: F.P.S.

Dragon House: F.P.S.

The intense wub wub of First Person Shooter backs this performance by Android, Top Knotch and Dizzy of Dragon House and only serves to intensify the impact of their precise maneuvers, which remind us in some ways of The Matrix.

Breaking Bad: Electronic Remix

Breaking Bad: Electronic Remix

(NSFW: Language) ItsMetroGnome starts out playing a cover version of Dave Porter’s Breaking Bad theme song on his acoustic guitar, but quickly transitions into a wub-wub filled electronic remix, using samples from the show.

Dubstep Piano

Dubstep Piano

Devin Supertramp’s 100th video captures a performance of Imagine Dragons’ Radioactive, played on grand piano by a slightly wet William Joseph. Grab the track on iTunes. If you’ve got the bandwidth and the screen, watch in 4K HD.

Snail

Snail

The Pet Collective parodies the excellent, but overplayed hit single Sail by Awolnation, putting their own special spin on the track, all the while teaching us about as much about the gastropods as the average ZeFrank video would.

Dinkstep

Dinkstep

Dubstep may be so 2011, but Peter Dinklage never gets old. Watch and listen as Screen Junkies edits together a handful of the biggest little actor’s best moments. We’re so happy they included this one.

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Kitties on the Beat

Kitties on the Beat

A gang of tiny thieves meet their match in the latest video from Corridor Digital. The song is Wildstyle by Savant. The behind-the-scenes video is equally – if not more – entertaining.

Bodozlama // Re-Cordis

Bodozlama // Re-Cordis

A track by Turkish producer VEYasin with an intriguing blend of driving electronica and Middle Eastern grooves. It makes for a mellow but shapeshifting sound. Video is by Harun Roon Işık.

Power Tool Dubstep

Power Tool Dubstep

After making a video using Excel, Mystery Guitar Man finds another roundabout way of making art. This time he sampled sounds from tools to make a dubstep track. Wub wub? More like wood wood.

Game Boy Solo

Game Boy Solo

Chiptuner Oliver (aka Superpowerless) overlays 8-bit tracks played live on his Nintendo Game Boy with popular tunes – in this case Bangarang by Skrillex. He even makes Call Me Maybe listenable.

Nonstop: Need Your Heart

Nonstop: Need Your Heart

Marquese “Nonstop” Scott once again demonstrates his grace and insane body control, dancing to a remix of Need Your Heart. Nonstop, these robots and this cat justify the existence of dubstep.

Dubstep Guitarist

Dubstep Guitarist

While most dubstep music requires the use of heavily-processed electronic instruments, guitarist Fracionado proves you can totally improve upon the genre with a good old-fashioned electric guitar.

Dubstep A Capella

Dubstep A Capella

Mike Tompkins used only samples and live looping of his own vocal sounds to create an amazingly dynamic performance based on Skrillex’s Cinema and Santigold’s Disparate Youth. (Thanks Ben!)

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Orgasm Dubgasm

Orgasm Dubgasm

(Sounds NSFW) Eclectic Method’s latest dubstep mashup is created from clips of famous orgasm scenes from the movies ranging from Sleeper to Barbarella to When Harry Met Sally.

Nonstop: Feel the Love

Nonstop: Feel the Love

Marquese “Nonstop” Scott shows off his robomime moves once again. The video was shot in one take, with Nonstop improvising his entire routine. The song is Feel the Love by Rudimental.

Blind Pianist Plays Dubstep

Blind Pianist Plays Dubstep

Blind since infancy, 15 year-old Kuha’o has only been playing piano for 3 years but can already learn songs after hearing them once. Check out his interpretation of Freestylers’ Cracks at 5:45.

Dubstep Solves Everything

Dubstep Solves Everything

(NSFW: Language) Whether you love or hate dubstep, one thing’s for sure – it’s everywhere. So why not quit life and turn your wub-wub-wub into a career, like this guy does? Or not.

Punchrobert Dubsteppin’

Punchrobert Dubsteppin’

Who says white guys can’t dance? While he hasn’t quite reached the level of Marquese Scott, we’re still pretty impressed with the moves of Urban Ninja Robert Hoffman – and his greeting technique.

Mirror Dance

Mirror Dance

Don’t be fooled by this fun clip from a Japanese television show – you may think it’s just another video of some kids smoothing out their dance moves until you get to the huh? moment at 1:30.

Dubstep Mustache Cat

Dubstep Mustache Cat

What happens when you combine dubstep music, a furry cat, a paper mustache and paper eyeglasses? You get sheer genius and a video made for the internet, that’s what. (Thanks everyone!)

Beast Mode

Beast Mode

Fans of martial arts films will love Shauntron’s supercut of some balls-out fighting and stunts from fifteen classic (and not-so-classic) movies, set to the appropriately intense dubstep sounds of Noisia.

Marquese Scott: Audio 911

Marquese Scott: Audio 911

Audio-Technica’s newest headphones feature Solid Bass; we haven’t tried them yet, but we know for sure there’s solid talent in their ad, featuring dance phenom Marquese Scott. (Thanks, Kristin!)

Marquese and The Great Wall

Marquese and The Great Wall

You guys couldn’t get enough of Marquese Scott’s bad-ass dance moves, so here he is once more, dubsteppin’ in the most unlikely location, China’s Great Wall. It’s all too short, and all too awesome.

Fast Finger Dubstep

Fast Finger Dubstep

Producer/DJ raabMUZIK shows off his insane finger skills in this live dubstep performance. One Youtube commenter summed it up best: “this guy does a better Skrillex than Skrillex.”

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