DUBROOM MP3 REVIEW
WWW, October 2008 - Eighty minutes of High Quality Low Frequency vibes: classic Jamaican DUB from the 1970's and early 1980's from the top to the very last drop!
While listening, or rather: experiencing this Podcast, we're taken from one Jamaican studio to the next. Everywhere we go, the drum and bass play a crucial foundational line as the DUB engineers put their own personal mark on the several tracks that we can hear throughout the 80 minutes.
This was the time, and the place, wherein DUB music was developed and reached the artistical status it currently has. The time and place, wherein the engineer behind the mixing board became an artist himself years before the concept would be adopted by newer musical styles such as House and Techno.
Studio's like Channel One and Lee Perry's Black Ark released numerous tunes with numerous vocalists all doing their own thing in what was an explosion of creativity, producing material that until this very day makes one and ones move and groove once more.
Check it out, enjoy the deep deep bass and high quality sound, enjoy a selection of known, lesser-known and rather unknown material.
After all: Dubbing Is A Must!