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Dubtronica

 

Dubtronica

Dubtronica is electronic dance music influenced by dub music.[1] Early examples from the 1980s are the experimental English dub of On-U Sound Records and Mad Professor.[1] It is also called simply "dub" or "techdub".

Dubtronica consists of electronic beats played in a downbeat manner. It is much lower in speed than techno and generally warmer than dance-oriented electronica. Some tracks use reggae toasters or singers to produce a more accessible form of the music.

References

  1. ^ a b Doherty, Greg (2003) "Strange Bedfellows: Brits like Groove Corporation refile dub under electronica", Miami New Times, 14 August 2003, retrieved 8 November 2009
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