The Rise of Dubstep – Why does a high frequency bass drop equate to a grimey feeling of ecstasy?
The Factuary: In this episode of The Factuary, Guy Branum explains the rise of the genre Dubstep in America over the last year. Why does a high frequency bass drop equate to a grimey feeling of ecstasy? What is the good vibration that has taken over the United States dance scene? What made Britney Spears a little less pop and little more wobbles? The answer is – DUBSTEP.
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Created/Written/Hosted by Guy Branum
Directed by Bennet Silverman
Produced by Brin Lukens
Edited by Brad Conlin
Barfly played by Alex Koll
Music from http://BeatsRoyaltyFree.com
The Factuary is a weekly show on Thrash Lab – releasing every Thursday at “happy hour” (around 5pm EST).
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