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Dub reggae music on the radio

Dub reggae is a subgenre of reggae music that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s in Jamaica. Dub reggae is characterized by a focus on the instrumental elements of reggae, with heavy use of reverb, echo, and delay effects, as well as manipulation of the bass and drum tracks. The genre is also known for its political and social commentary, often addressing issues such as poverty and injustice.

Some of the most popular artists in the dub reggae genre include Lee "Scratch" Perry, King Tubby, Augustus Pablo, and Scientist. Lee "Scratch" Perry is considered one of the pioneers of dub reggae, known for his innovative production techniques and unique vocal style. King Tubby is also highly regarded for his production work in the genre, creating some of the most influential dub recordings of all time.

In terms of radio stations, there are several online stations that focus on dub reggae music, such as Dubplate.fm, Bassdrive.com, and ReggaeSpace.com. These stations feature a variety of dub reggae artists, as well as related genres such as dubstep and drum and bass. Additionally, many traditional reggae radio stations also play a significant amount of dub reggae music.