Dub techno

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Dub techno is a subgenre of techno that combines minimal techno with elements of dub music. Basic Channel are largely credited with defining the style.[1]

The origins of dub techno can be traced back to experimentation by Basic Channel in 1990s Berlin, as they sought to combine the rhythmic elements of stripped-down Detroit techno with the dub recording process and effects of Jamaican dub.[citation needed]

Notable dub techno artists[edit]

Dub techno in film[edit]

  • Kvadrat — a documentary film about the realities of DJing, extensively featuring dub techno


  1. ^ "The Strange and Frightening World of... Basic Channel". The Quietus. Retrieved 9 August 2012.