UK Bass (also known as Future Bass is a loose term used for certain stylistic developments in British dance music, arising from dubstep and UK funky in 2009 and 2010. It includes a strong emphasis on bass and sub-bass, but tends to experiment with the structure and format, as well as variations of the bpm. Influences from other genres, such as juke, footwork, techno, house, UK garage, contemporary R&B and wonky, are frequently repurposed and filtered through a dubstep and UK funky sound. The result is a varied range of sounds that stretches or breaks the barriers for the latter genres.[1]


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Ambient   |   Blues   |   Classical Music   |   Electronic (Breakbeat, Breakcore, Chiptune, Drum and Bass, Dubstep, Eurobeat, Freeform, Gabber, Happy Hardcore, Hardcore, House, IDM, J-Core, Speedcore, Techno, Trance)
Experimental (Industrial)   |   Folk   |   Hip Hop   |   Jazz   |   Pop (Easy Listening, Electropop, J-Pop, Pop Rock)
R&B (Funk)   |   Rock (Alternative Rock, Death Metal, Hard Rock, Metal, Metalcore, Progressive Metal, Progressive Rock, Punk Rock)
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