YouTube user  has created a dubstep remix of a classic Zelda melody just in time to get fans pumped up for E3. The nostalgic “secret jingle” sound when discovering a secret in any Zelda game is used throughout the remix as a brilliant dropping effect. Ending with a serene, symphonic measure, this Song of Storms tune is a perfect mix of light and dark.

Enjoy the track after the jump.

Source: YouTube

  • Merq

    I can't seem to decide whether or not I like dubstep, but that was pretty cool. 🙂

  • neos

    im gonna agree with Merq. im really not sure if i like dubstep or not but this did sound ok, and i have to give credit to whoever made this.

  • mcdude910

    The only dubstep I can bring myself to listen to: Zelda dubstep. There's no big drop, so that's nice. This is actually bearable. I… like this. I like this? What am I saying? 😛

  • Nitsirtriscuit

    AAWW YEAH. I do like dubstep, and this especially. If you liked this, you should check out DJEphixa's zelda dubstep. He's done Lost Woods, Song of Storms, Gerudo Valley, and Dragon Roost Island..all pretty good in my opinion.
    Here's Lost Woods:

    • Triguy123

      Ephixa's tunes are soo good! I'm waiting on a gritty Zelda dubstep musical from this genious in a bottle. 😀

  • zelda4ever

    Every time I try to do something quickly, I hear the song of storms from inside the windmill….

  • TheZeldaNerdette

    That was friggin AWESOME. This is EXACTLY what the soundtrack for my anime (if it ever becomes one) would sound like. I think I'm in love.

    • Vonter

      Are you making a comic?

  • WWCH

    Thats a woman on Epona isn't it?

  • Craig

    I'm not liking it so much… He's no David Guetta. He's deviating from the tune too much, sometimes less is more.