I have, as of late, been the victim of a dubstep fixation. My speakers are crying. My neighbors are crying. My dog is unfortunately eating herself.
If you do not know why all of these horrible things are happening, then you must be unfamiliar with dubstep! Let us correct your offense. Dubstep is a real intense genre that utilizes heavy bass (electronically produced bass; lets not mistake dubstep for drum and bass!) to characterize the genre. Hold on a second while I find a good description from a website that can describe it better.
Ah, here we are. Thank you, Wikipedia:
"Dubstep is a genre of electronic dance music, originating from London, UK. Its overall sound has been described as "tightly coiled productions with overwhelming bass lines and reverberant drum patterns, clipped samples, and occasional vocals"."
And as such, my subwoofer (dare I say dubwoofer?) has been working overtime! A week or so ago, I found an excellent channel for many great dubstep songs called UKF Dubstep, and that is where we will be receiving our tunes from. If you do not have a good set of speakers, you may not be able to enjoy the music in its entirety. Lets skip to some songs and call it a night:
The Streets - In The Middle (Nero Remix)
Flux Pavilion - Hold Me Close
Bare Noize - Make Some Noize
- Song(s) of the Week: Dubstep!