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Top Five Indian Dubstep Artists

Top Five Indian Dubstep Artists

The Indian Dubstep scene has been growing in leaps and bounces. We are indeed very privileged to have some of the best singers, composers, and musicians making their mark in the world. In the last past decade, we have seen a growth in the pattern of Indie music. Let us check out India’s best Dubstep artists:


Nucleya is the hottest and the most trending Dubstep artist in India right now. He started off with his musical venture in the 90s with Bandish Projekt, which he left in some years. After this, he formed his alias- Nucleya; and since then he has released 14 singles, two albums, and numerous collaborations. He has performed at various music festivals around the world including Glastonbury, Edinburgh, and the Electron Festival.

Sound Avtar

Piyush Bhatnagar aka Sound Avtar has already been awarded the Best Drum N Bass/Dubstep artist by MYGAV Awards for two consecutive years. His music exploded into the Dance Music scene. Currently residing in Mumbai, he uses his in-depth knowledge of cutting-edge technology and creativity to make his best music. It is hard not to notice this young producer’s monstrous live set.

Dub Sharma

Audio Engineer and Producer from Chandigarh, Dub Sharma was introduced on BBC Asian Network in 2010 for his track Raaz and Onda Janda. He also worked in a variety of movie scores like Gangs of Wasseypur Part 2.

Mental Martian/Sickflip

Sarvesh Shrivastava was only 20 years old when Mental Martian and Sickflip were brought to life. Musically, Sickflip ranges from Glitch Hop to Dubstep and everything in between. Making everything from Phat & Glitchy sounds to smooth groovy beats and Mental Martians features never before used Indian percussion with Dubstep, Glitch Hop and Drum and bass to fuse together, a rich, melodic and aggressive sound that rips through the sound systems.


This prolific duo consists of Ritesh D’Souza, one of Asia’s most prominent and original underground DJs and producers, who is also the bass music pioneer of India, and Tara Mae, a classically-trained pianist and a more recent vocalist who’s been providing vocal and instrumental compositions to B.R.E.E.D’s compositions for the past eight years. ‘Binate’ sat at the No. 1 spot on the top Addictech releases and was No. 3 in the top 5 Glitch Hop album releases on Beatport in January 2014. The album further deepened B.R.E.E.D’s presence in the west coast bass music scene, and it has been supported and reviewed by entities like Rolling Stone, VH1, and amongst others.