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thegroovethief:

Dub Salon craft eerily spacey dubs that still maintain a nice groove and rhythm.  The danger of dub is to go too far off the deep-end with effects and echoes, but tracks like “Properly Rolled” and “Dub Shell” find a nice balance between the style pioneered by Lee “Scratch” Perry and the cravings of the modern dance-floor.  Yes, these are arguably still mellow tracks, but they’re full of smart layers, both on the aforementioned instrumentals and on vocal tracks like “Forward” (featuring Razaman).  Dub is a wide genre, with a myriad of influences beyond the obvious reggae foundation, and intelligent artists are able to take the successes of the past and create a dynamic and innovative future:

thegroovethief:

Dub Salon craft eerily spacey dubs that still maintain a nice groove and rhythm.  The danger of dub is to go too far off the deep-end with effects and echoes, but tracks like “Properly Rolled” and “Dub Shell” find a nice balance between the style pioneered by Lee “Scratch” Perry and the cravings of the modern dance-floor.  Yes, these are arguably still mellow tracks, but they’re full of smart layers, both on the aforementioned instrumentals and on vocal tracks like “Forward” (featuring Razaman).  Dub is a wide genre, with a myriad of influences beyond the obvious reggae foundation, and intelligent artists are able to take the successes of the past and create a dynamic and innovative future:

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