WWW, July 2010 - Even though they started in 2000, it was not until 2002 that BR Stylers released an album on their own. Two years later, "Over This Place" was born. The 7-track EP contains a collaboration with UK DUB Act Jah Free and a whole lot more DUB Niceness, that you may not want to miss as a collector of the better quality online DUB releases.
It was just after they opened up for Massive Attack and Horace Andy, sometime before the spring of 2004. It was in that spring, that BR Stylers got together in their Dub Alchemy studio. The recordings went to the Splif Dada Studio's in Turin (Italy), where Madaski put the DUB in there.
During the summer of 2004, "Over This Place" was released.
The music is electronica is combined with what some would call "real playing of instruments". The influences of Trip-Hop are clearly noticeable throughout the album, even though everything stays well within the realms of what loosely can be called Reggae DUB. Mad Professor was clearly one of the sources of inspiration, especially his work with Massive Attack and Horace Andy, with which BR Stylers is so very much connected because of their live performances together.