Genre: dub punkPlay genre
Dub punk is a sub-genre of punk rock that incorporates elements of dub music, such as heavy basslines, reverb, and echo effects. The genre often features politically charged lyrics and a DIY ethos. It emerged in the late 1970s and has since evolved to include various sub-genres. Dub punk bands typically use live instrumentation and electronic production techniques to create a unique sound that blends the aggression of punk with the laid-back grooves of dub.