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The Bass Never Stops With New 'Skrillex Machine' Web App

Site lets users surf Internet with endless dubstep soundtrack

July 30, 2012 2:20 PM ET
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Aux.tv has created new website called The Skrillex Machine, which allows users to surf the Internet to the sound of neverending bass. Low-end addicts and dubstep fiends can simply go to the website, type in their desired web address and be graced with perpetual wub-wubs for as long as their hearts desire. (A rep for Skrillex notes that the Skrillex Machine is an unofficial and unlicensed use of the electro performer's music.)

Be warned, though: the bass drops never end. Ever. Well, until the browser window closes.

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