Reggae served up dub style ... heady vibes. Dub Club is Jamaican artist Tippa Lee Dub Club's Tom Chasteen (from a specialty night at the Echoplex in LA). It's everything that's great about dub sounds, the perfect rhythm, the keyboards and the guitar licks, the old formula never really seems to get old or out of style. It's taken from a new compilation on Stones Throw Records called Signs & Wonders In Dub, a limited edition vinyl offering.
Stones Throow said "Since 2000, Dub Club has carved out an indelible presence in the worldwide reggae scene – drawing huge crowds each week to check out the best artists from Jamaica perform alongside the venerable Dub Club DJs. The man behind the night and Foundation Come Again is Tom Chasteen, who over the last twenty years has been making waves not only as a club promoter, but also as a DJ and producer."
Adding more about this release, they said "Signs and Wonders in Dub was mixed live to tape in one take by Chasteen. The dubs were made the classic way, improvising in the moment, twisting knobs, pushing faders, reshaping a song with echo, reverb, space and time. Chasteen says, “Dub is not just a contest to create the heaviest ever bassline, but a subtle carving away at a piece of music. The dubs on this record also keep one foot in the dancehall, where dub where was born and raised."
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