10 Wicked Tracks to Add to Your Halloween Playlist

Halloween is one of the biggest parties of the year. It’s the perfect time to listen to spooky bass and EDM, or play it in a DJ set.

On Halloween people want to dance to something a little scary, like dubstep and bass music. These ten songs are mostly dubstep tracks from when dubstep was cool in the first part of the 2000’s. There are also some EDM remixes of death metal classics, which seems appropriate.

Here are ten EDM tracks practically made for All Hallows Eve as selected by Slutty Raver Costumes.

1. “Fang Banger” by Bro Safari

Bro Safari, aka Nicholas Weiller from Atlanta, is a moombahton, trap, and dubstep producer. A fang banger is urban slang for someone that likes to have sex with vampires.

2. “Ghosts ‘n Stuff” (Sub Focus Remix)

“Ghosts n’ Stuff” by Deadmau5 is arguably one of Joel Zimmerman’s most influential tracks. The Sub Focus dubstep remix has a darker sound that is ideal for Halloween parties.

3. “Black Out” by Dr. Ozi

Dr. Ozi, aka Nix Chohan from New Delhi via Toronto, is a member of the Never Say Die family. His original production “Black Out” is about a black out in New York City.

4. “Blood Splashing” by Fake Blood

Fake Blood, aka Theo Keating from the UK, is ready for Halloween all year round. “Blood Splashing” is also known as the “Fake Blood Theme Song” about — you guessed it — blood.

5. “Bass Cannon” (Zomboy Remix) by Flux Pavillion

“Bass Cannon” by Flux Pavillion (Joshua Steele) is practically a classic at this point. The Zomboy (Joshua Mellody) remix has a zombie element to it, and a lot of those sirens sounds.

6. “Born to Die” (Gemini Remix) by Lana del Rey

The song “Born to Die” by Lana del Rey is terrifying if you think about it enough. We don’t know anyone that dislikes del Rey. The Gemini (Thomas Slinger) dubstep remix dates back to 2011.

7. “Halloween” (Figure Moombahcore Edit) by The Misfits

“Halloween” by the Misfits is a popular Halloween song that was originally released in 1981. Figure, aka Josh Gard’s dubstep remix was produced in 2011. It’s his most well known.

8. “Kill Everybody” (Bare Noize Remix) by Skrillex

Skrillex‘s song “Kill Everybody” raises some red flags about Sonny Moore’s mental health but no one ever says a thing. The Bare Noize remix was an official Scary Monsters Nice Sprites track.

9. “Raining Blood” (Aylen Remix) by Slayer

“Raining Blood” by slayer is a death metal classic that is like super angry man. New Jersey based producer Aylen usually produces Jersey club music, but this is one of his heavier tracks.

10. “Demons” (Diplo Remix) by Sleigh Bells

“Demons” by Sleigh Bells was on their sophomore LP Reign of Terror that dropped in 2012. Diplo did an official remix of the single about demons by Alexis Krauss and Derek E. Miller.

Hopefully these ten bass and EDM tracks did not traumatize you too terribly. To listen to them all in a row head over to the Slutty Raver Costumes Halloween Bass and EDM playlist on YouTube.

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