see i think hyperdub works better for that (or macro dub). erik davis said:(Though I tend to see the whole nuum as essentially the story of how reggae got rooted in this country and mutated.)
As the fine British music compilation Macro Dub Infection argues in both its title and selections, dub is better seen as a technological virus, it's silly putty beats, active silences, and bubbling, booming bass as nomadic codes that have wormed their way into a host of musical genres: ambient, industrial, trip-hop, techno, pop, jungle, and even experimental rock. Indeed, dub helps erode the artificial differences often erected between these musics, rendering such generic categories increasingly subservient to an open conversation between forms.
whereas a continuum is continuous sequence, an uninterrupted, single line - one story out of many.