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Definition of "dubstep" [dubstep]

  • A genre of electronic music descended from 2-step garage, characterised by its dark mood, sparse, half-step and two-step rhythms, an average bpm of 140 and an emphasis on sub-bass. (noun)

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Use "dubstep" in a sentence
  • "And now, people in H&M will think dubstep is a bit like tidied-up drum'n'bass, with no bass, and a random singer on top, rather than a vast, innard-rearranging expression of our own eternal loneliness in the face of the urban void (possibly)."
  • "David wrote plenty about Rusko in Friday's Weekend section, but here's the short version -- dubstep is poised to be the electronic music genre that actually takes hold in the U.S. and Rusko is the man who will be most responsible for making that happen."
  • "Plus late night DJ bar with Andy + Colin [dubstep/dancehall stylee]."
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