I see the Japanese are still suffering the prolonged effects of radiation exposure...
It's kind of dubstepy, but the beat isn't quite off-kilter enough. It's more like minimal dance music to my ears. I'm sure there's a sub-genre name for it somewhere.
Also dub isn't the same as dubstep. Dub is island music closer to reggae, but with the influence of heavy editing and electronic device processing, and dubstep is so named because it derives influence from the pioneers of the genre who used similar editing and mixing techniques to achieve the same kind of spacey ambience. Basic Channel and their offshoot Rhythm 'n' Sound are kind of the most famous example of the link between dub and what would eventually become dubstep.
(Just imagine I'm adjusting my nerd glasses as I say this.)
Edited by MuppetFace - 1/23/12 at 2:43am