Blame it on the boat wake, but this all could have been avoided had they not been listening to Skrillex.
Dubstep is a well-known scourge to the human race. But it’s palatable with the addition of Doug Funnie.
Madman Mike Tompkins uses nothing but his face — and, okay, some computers and stuff — to produce this insane a capella dubstep remix of Skrillex “Cinema” and Santigold “Disparate Youth”
The gears of the Internet were in full motion this week, churning out a fresh batch of mutated weirdness that we’ve come to know and love. Check out the tasty goodness that cyber space was dishing out this week. Open wide…
Do you completely hate dubstep yet? If not than you probably just need to listen again. Let this video explain how dubstep attempts to solve everything but in reality just leaves you a drooling idiot on the floor.
The treasures of the Internet never cease to amaze us. Take this little gem for example, Charlie Kelly’s Dayman from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia gets mixed with dubstep. Prepare to have your mind melted.
Producer and DJ araabMUZIK takes a moment during a set to blow some minds, performing a live version of Benny Benassi’s “Cinema” (Skrillex Remix) on an MPC.
I’m guessing this sounded a lot better in his head. Let this be a lesson, dubstep isn’t for everyone.
Dubstep can do bad things to a man if he’s not ready for it, things that even propane and beer can’t make right.
A stripped down and very dubbed out track from Berlin’s Jahcoozi, made up of frontwoman Sasha Perera and beat-freak producers Teuton Robot Koch and Oren Gerlitz.
Anybody can learn some sweet dubstep dance moves, all that’s required are some simple body altering transformations.