DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, November 2008 - Powerful DUB in a different style than one could assume in the first place. Not your typical Jamaican or UK productions, but rather examples of how DUB progresses to become a style of it's own.
After a short introduction, we're taken into a DUB with violins and a voice saying something strange about "six hundred and sixty six miles".
French based High Tone takes over, followed by the Radikal DUB Kollektive from Zagreb. We're going into deeper realms of DUB, that's certain by now.
Adrian Sherwood has been experimenting with DUB since the early 1980's already. Mixing Punk, New Ave and Reggae into a form of DUB that would appeal to an audience that would not necessarily like Reggae Music or even DUB.
Experiments, guitars, effects, voices and soundscapes: all of this and more can be heard as the mix progresses.
A perfect mix, in itself an experience that can definitely carry the name it was given by the selector.
1. Tcha K Federateur - Magnum Bass
2. High Tone - Bad Weather
3. Radikal Dub Kolektiv - Bosnia By Bus
4. Adrian Sherwood feat Samia Farah - J'ai Change
5. B.r. Stylers - Jah plan
6. Queen Omega - Ganja Party
7. Framix - No War