Saturday, June 25, 2011




WWW, June 2011 - Hailing from Sao Paulo, Dubalizer knows how to make some very interesting mixes in which he takes the concept of Dub as his guideline, while kind of taking straight back to the source those techniques that derived from DUB.

Unfortunately, In Transe does only contain three tracks. These three tracks all have their own specific vibe and style even though everything is undoubtly coming from the same producer. From the magnificent opening track to the heartically voiced middle one to the more Dubstep orientated closing tune, this is more than interesting to listen to.


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