If you’ve been to just one of Perth’s recent bass parties, you’ll know we’re well on our way to understanding what dubstep is all about. Dub Zone is dedicated to promoting the basslines of dubstep, local events, interviews and artists by proving a hub for the dubstep culture and community in Perth. One of our main reasons for creating this website and blog is to provide a central point for local, national and even international fans to learn more about the Perth dubstep scene. We offer the latest information on the scene, events, music and artists to our fans by publishing its featured media releases, e.g general news, event, artist, record or launch press releases. Periodically, we also offer ticket giveaways, competitions, free music and mixes.
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About the Blogger
Miranda Raffaele is the founder and editor of this non-profit community Dub Zone, she is one of the many bass fiends based in Perth, Western Australia. When Miranda was only 15 years old, she was introduced to dubstep music from listening to drum n bass, at the time dubstep certainly wasn’t popular nor well known but it has never stopped her getting hooked on this particular genre. However, all sorts of music (from trance to electro house) is something she always had dedication and love for, therefore it has become a real large passion of hers. Simply put, that is one of the main reasons why this website was created.
Miranda is currently a full-time student attending at Murdoch University studying Digital Media she is also working part-time in the retail sector. Occasionally, Miranda likes to go out clubbing and summer festivals to see her favourite music artists perform, as well to get her bassfix of course.