It’s fiddle vs. guitar in a showdown for the ages.
You may question your purpose in life after watching this video.
“It’s time to see what I can do.” —you as you hop on that treadmill!
The poster boy of EDM may be a living meme, but his new album Recess proves that he’s one of the most inventive producers in pop.
Sonny doesn’t do a lot of interviews. His Reddit AMA was a rare glimpse at his life, and just as hilarious as you’d hoped.
EDM has never been this cute.
SPOILER: All music fans are absolutely horrible.
One night at a music festival, someone put something in my drink. What happened next was humiliating and taught me how common these incidents are, and how easy, and wrong, it is to blame the victim.
I mean, let’s be real: If random gibberish could make noise it’d sound like dubstep.
You’ve heard much about the notoriously liberated festival, but what do you actually do there on a typical day?
But, oh, how we wished it were! Updated.
These EDM fans go hard. A little too hard. Definitely too hard.
Plus a mind-blowing time lapse video of the sun, the cutest sandwich bags in the world, and a stringent legal analysis of a Carrie Underwood song.
His name Ronan and he is the first non-human to be observed moving along in time to music. And daaaaamn can he get down with his bad self.
Finally, an answer to this incredibly important question!
SqueeeeeeeBWAAAAAAWN BWABWABWABWABWA skiddleeSQUEEEEEEBWBWBWBWBWBWAAAAA BOIYNG YOH WIBBLE DOOP. Beep beep beep bepp. Wub wub.
Jackass star Bam Margera has recorded what is possibly the worst song in the history of music. [Extremely NSFW]
File under: Cockatiels are the best.
Wub wub wub CHIRP CHIRP CHIRP!
Being on bath salts is apparently like being in a video game set to dubstep.
It’s done by Walk Off The Earth, the band behind that awesome “Somebody I Used To Know” cover and yes, they do the dubstep parts.
Gadgets, instruments, art, apparel, and more!
This Christmas DROP THE BASS!
The project is called Black Cards, and they released an EP this summer. Who knew?!
Have you ever seen a masked teenage boy do a backflip while dubstep blares in a school gym? Here’s your chance.
“I Knew You Were Trouble” isn’t full-on dubstep or anything, but it’s got some light wubs and dubs on the chorus. It’s pretty great, actually! But does she even do country music anymore?
NOISEY host Josh Haddow goes to a Skrillex show to discover what his fans are like and whether or not they are part of a revolution.