a tradition in the UK and the rest of
Europe, but not that widely known in
let's say the USA. Hopefully, DUB BUDS
1 will change that and turn on the
rest of the world to what is some of
the hardest forms of Reggae.
The music is created with digital
technology and even those parts which
have been played by "real
instruments" are synthesized to
create a more electronic sound. The
drum rhythm of choice is more often
than not a Steppers (a kickdrum on
every count) and the basslines are
hard and deeeeeeep.
Therefore, you should play this
music hard and don't forget to turn on
your subwoofer for some extra experiential
dimensions. For this
album truly is an experience you(r
neighbors) will not likely forget that
As said, this is predominantly a
European form of DUB. Therefore it
shouldn't be too much of a surprise to
see that the music is also produced by
predominantly Europe-based producers.
Especially France is represented, but
also the Netherlands (Messian Dread),
Germany (Sir Larsie I) and Croatia
(Radikal DUB Kollektiv) are present.