Introducing the New Dubstep Drinking Game
There I was, listening to a few dubstep mixes I have and I was staring at my phone just waiting for people to hit me up so we could head out for the night. It hit me if I had some drinks and chill with some people we wouldn't have to even go out and waste money on over priced drinks at the bars in Houston.
My brain went on a boredom tangent. A dubstep drinking game? Hell, why not?
Somehow everything is turned into some sort of drinking game nowadays. For example, a few friends and I watched Titanic a year or so ago, and every time you saw water you had to take a sip of beer or whatever you happened to be holding onto that night. Needless to say we probably watched only 30 minutes of the movie.
Now if you were at a show, I wouldn't suggest the game. That would just defeat the purpose of having to pay for overpriced drinks. Plus it's a show, so get away from the bar and go dance. [Not many people are seen at the bar at EDM shows, unless they're getting water.] But as for a kickback with your friends jamming to some music, this works perfectly.
And don't lie we all do it. I can't say I know someone that goes out every single night. And if you happen to, God bless your liver and wallet. But many enjoy a simple kick back at a friend's place.
So let's get down to it. Here are your basic rules.
Clearly they're a little stuck within the mainstream dubstep. Nothing is wrong with Skrillex. He drops some nasty beats, but you know it's hilarious. If you truly are a huge dubstep nerd and someone yells, "Play Skrillex," you'd most likely laugh in some way.
Or maybe I just find it funny. But considering you'll be drinking, someone is bound to do it. You may even find yourself even making the request.
2. Anytime Ellie Goulding or La Roux is featured within a song, just go ahead and chug a beer.
Trust me; I know it's on your playlists. It's on mine. And with Ellie working with popular DJs such as Bassnectar and dating Skrillex, there is bound to be some beer chugging.