"ONLINE DUB ARTISTS (15)" (WEBMASTER'S COLUMN)
WWW, April 16 2009 - The Dubroom doesn't only review the best of the Online DUB Artist Community, we also joined the Net Label revolution that started a few years ago but is now growing at a rapid speed.
We release our own music primarily via the Dubroom Star Selections Net Label, and have also released a couple of albums and singles by other artists. Sure, we got some stuff on OMD's (Online Music Distributors) like Soundclick and MySpace, but the Dubroom Website is the Headquarters from where you can get everything in the highest available quality.
The difference between the Dubroom Star Selections Net Label and most others, is that we also provide much of the new material in WAVE AUDIO format. True CD Quality, fe real.
One Love, Give Thanks,
Messian Dread (Dubroom Webmaster)
The above column is the personal opinnion of the Webmaster and does not neccesarily reflect the contents of the Dubroom Website and/or Message Boards and/or Weblogs.
ITEMS FOR THIS EDITION:
From April 16 to April 20, we will be reviewing five crucial tracks by the man who created his own style within Rub a Dub, recorded live and direct in Rotterdam (Holland). A Historical Delight! Click on the album cover to read more, or read on to download the reviewed track of today.
TRACK 1 - ANAREXOL (HIRE AND REMOVAL)
Opening the 1983 concert wasn't easy, but Eek did it. Live with a hard hitting band that knows how to drop in and out while Eek A Mouse chant on.
From April 13 to April 28, we will be reviewing each track of the free DUBWISE.RU Volume One compilation and include links to download the tunes, too. Click on the album cover to read more, or read on to download the reviewed track of today.
TRACK 4: DDRO AND PREECHA KUNGO - FRUSTRATED
Preecha Kungo isn't that unknown for those interested in the WorldWide DUB Movement, but the general public may not have heard of him. That's about to change, though....