Wednesday, September 4, 2013

Dub Architect Returns

A month or so ago I blogged about Dub Architect, a seriously talented producer/engineer from Washington DC, who back in 2012 had released an album of remixes simply titled Dub Volume One. Well, he’s back with another one, a compilation of sticky tracks from reggae/dub artists across the globe, all given a special Dub Architect makeover. And you guessed it, this one is titled Dub Volume Two.

Like the first one, the second volume has a genuine international flavour about it ... Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad feature again with ‘Future’, Canadian and long-time everythingsgonegreen favourite Dubmatix teams up with roots legend Luciano on ‘Seeds of Love and Life’. Plus we get tracks from the likes of The Riverside Rockers from Japan, the UK’s Destroy DC, and Costa Rica’s TALAWA.

This time the release extends to 14 tracks and it will be released digitally on 1 October 2013.
 You can pre-order here:
Dub Architect ... "This is my second dub reggae remix compilation album which is a collection of remixes I’ve done over the past year for bands from around the world. My hope is that this is a collection of remixes that will expose reggae fans to dub music in 2013 while providing them with some irie new versions of some great tunes."

If it is anywhere near as good as Volume One, this release will be a cracker. Grab a copy.

Here's a taster - Through The Roots - 'Zombies':

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