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Uk bass music on the radio

UK bass music is a genre that emerged in the United Kingdom in the late 1990s and early 2000s, and is known for its incorporation of elements from garage, dubstep, grime, and other electronic dance music subgenres. The genre is characterized by heavy basslines, intricate rhythms, and experimental sound design. Some of the most popular artists in the UK bass scene include Burial, Skream, Benga, and Joy Orbison.

Burial is perhaps the most well-known artist associated with the UK bass sound. His debut album, self-titled "Burial," released in 2006, was critically acclaimed and is widely considered a classic of the genre. Skream and Benga are also influential producers in the UK bass scene, and were among the pioneers of the dubstep sound that emerged in the mid-2000s. Joy Orbison is known for his eclectic productions that blend elements of UK garage, house, and dubstep.

In terms of radio stations, there are several that feature UK bass music. Rinse FM, which started as a pirate radio station in the early 1990s, is now one of the most popular radio stations for UK bass and other electronic dance music genres. NTS Radio is another station that features a wide variety of underground electronic music, including UK bass. Additionally, BBC Radio 1Xtra has a show called "The Residency" that features guest mixes from prominent UK bass artists.