Though UKF Dubstep is often scorned by the ‘dubstep elite’ and credited with the popularization of brostep, there is no denying that it has been one of the few remaining channels that actively promotes the more brooding and deeper side of dubstep.

The latest of those moodier tracks is by Phaeleh, a dubstep producer revered for his airy, deep songs. His newest song, ‘Storm’, is no exception. It opens with lofty vocals and a sparse, percussive drum pattern before it delves into dubstep past with a deep and meditative sub bass. It is undeniably dubstep, but it listens like a pop song due to the catchy and memorable vocal melodies by Jess Mills. Headphones advised.

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