If you like Skrillex and The Legend of Zelda, you've probably heard of Skrillex Quest, a new browser-based 8-bit RPG inspired by the classic 1986 NES dungeon raider game and created by developer Jason Oda. The basic storyline follows a hero who is transported to a magical world and tasked with saving the Dead Princess Keys, which is of course heavily accompanied by Skrillex's music.
Brothers Johnnathan and Joshua Gerard -- aka Gerardam -- have invented "Indian Dubstep," including the first "hair tutting" and "shoulder blade tutting" ever seen on video.
I liked DUBSTEP the moment I listened to it because, it suited very well with the style of dance that I am most comfortable with! Therefore I decided to compose an Indian version of DUBSTEP.
Or, in Skrillex, "Wub wub wub, wub wub."
Sick drops, man.