Dubstep



[duhb-step] /ˈdʌbˌstɛp/

noun
1.
a style of mostly instrumental electronic music, originating in London, influenced by and characterized by syncopated rhythm and an emphasis on bass and drum elements.
/ˈdʌbˌstɛp/
noun
1.
a genre of electronic music conveying a dark and brooding atmosphere through prominent bass lines

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