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Dub-step drops into UCLA music culture


Dub-step drops into UCLA music culture

While UCLA is home to all kinds of music, in recent years, a new genre has popped up on campus: dub-step. It is composed of a dissonant, aggressive mix of sounds that come together to drastically change electronic dance music. Dub-step has gained popularity as a genre, but there is no universal love or appreciation for this music. Musicology professor Robert Fink and UCLA students discuss dub-step’s significance.

"Dub-step drops into UCLA music culture"

While UCLA is home to all kinds of music, in recent years, a new genre has popped up on campus: dub-step. It is composed of a dissonant, aggressive mix of sounds that come together to drastically change electronic dance music. Dub-step has gained popularity as a genre, but there is no universal love or appreciation for this music. Musicology professor Robert Fink and UCLA students discuss dub-step’s significance.

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