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Marquese Scott Dances to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”

You may remember Marquese “Nonstop” Scott from his wibbly wobbly dance routine set to Pumped Up Kicks.

In his latest video, the king of the dubstep dance pays tribute to the late king of pop. Watch as Scott pops, locks, and contorts his body in a reinterpretation of Michael Jackson’s Thriller. I swear this man has no bones in his body.

[via Obvious Winner]

Key & Peele: Dubstep

News of the upcoming Skrillex tour of South Africa reminded me of the comedy sketch duo “Key & Peele”, specifically of an episode where they took on the subject of much mockery: dubstep.

The two men are packing up Key’s apartment and Peele’s suggests that they put on some dubstep to make things go a little faster. Key has no idea what dubstep is and Peele is happy to educate him. And so starts their descent into madness. It’s sweaty, bloody, and all too hilarious. Check out Key & Peele: Dubstep below.

[via @arteechoke]

Dubstep Dispute

Dubstep is invading our lives. It’s part of Darth Vader’s walk-in music and badgers are exercising to it. Heck, your mom can make dubstep.

This cute animated short from Fluxel Media shows that dubstep solves everything, even disputes between worker droids.

[via @Deems]

Remixes That I Used to Know

Feeling so happy you could die? Singer-songwriter and Gotye‘s “Somebody That I Used to Know” is a rather depressing yet catchy tune.

The song has been fodder for other artists and the number of remixes and covers have been on the rise. The most popular cover (by YouTube views) has been orchestrated by Canadian indie band, Walk off the Earth, where the five band members simultaneously play the song using a single guitar. With her cover, Ingrid Michaelson provided the vocals and played all her own instruments, and in his version, Junior Blender adds a touch of reggae to the mix. Have a listen to these covers after the jump.

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Dubstep Solves Everything

YouTube user Jack Douglass wants to drop out of school and make dubstep his profession. When he tells his parents of the life-altering decision, they ask him what dubstep is and Jack explains it with a rather humourous round of show and tell.

[via The Awesomer]

Your Mom Makes Dubstep

This is the funniest thing I’ve heard in ages. Disappointed at the state of dubstep in the world, DJ Logam from interdimensional recording label Betamorph Recordings has shown how simple it has become to create a dubstep track, so much so that even your mom could do it.

You can download the track from here. Logam has also created a competition asking for remixes to Your Mom Makes Dubstep. Have a listen to those mixes, also on Soundcloud.

[via Don’t Party]

Dubstep Beatboxing

While people like Skrillex uses all manner of computer jiggerypokery to make the familiar dubstep sounds, it seems others are able to do just that with just their mouths. A street performer in Milan, Italy provides an introduction to “bobwobwobwobwobwobwobwob” through the medium of beatboxing.

The artist in question is David Crowe, who once auditioned for Britain’s Got Talent.

[via The Daily What]

DUBSTEPPIN!

Knock Knock.
Who’s there?
Bob.
Bob who?
Bobwobwobwobwobwobwobwob.

Lol, that little dubstep joke is courtesy of @tsozik.

I have no idea what the name of this song is, nor do I know the name of the chap doing the most fantastical dance moves in the video. I do know that he has amazing muscle control and I also believe that he is missing a couple of bones in his body. Take a look at PUMPED UP KICKS|DUBSTEP below.

Update: The song a dubstep remix of Pumped Up Kicks by Foster the People. And the dancer is Marquese “Nonstop” Scott of the dance crew, REMOTEKONTROL.

[via @GivenCollective]

Imperial March Dubstep

I know more about the Hadron Collider than I do about dubstep. Producer/DJ Dirt Monkey takes Darth Vader’s foreboding entrance theme tune, “The Imperial March” and adds liberal amounts of elements from the dubstep and drum n’ bass genres. Have a listen to his bootleg remix below.

The song is available for download on SoundCloud.

[via @Tom3dJay]

Badger, Badger, Dubstep

If you’ve been on the world wide webosphere in the last eight years, you may have come across a Flash cartoon featuring some badgers performing calisthenics. If this doesn’t ring a bell, refresh your memory by clicking here. The song’s creator, Weebl, is bringing that Internet classic back, this time to the tunes of dubstep. Check out Guess I Got My Badger Back.

[via Buzzfeed]