Messing with the classics can be a dangerous thing, especially when the classic in question is Pink Floyd's iconic Dark Side of the Moon. If you're going to take a run at an album as well known as that one, you might as well go big, which is exactly what happens with Dubstep Side of the Moon. Reimagining the classic album as an exploration of atmospheric dubstep, a host of producers twist and fold the untouchable rock album into a form that evokes the original without needing to lean on it too much. The result is an album that, while probably sacrilegious to most Pink Floyd fans, provides some tracks that'll make the dancefloor a little more psychedelic.
AllMusic Review by Gregory Heaney