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FREE EXHIBITION THIS IS A VOICE UNTIL 31 JULY 2016 183 Euston Road, London NW1 2BE wellcomecollection.org/thisisavoice DUB AND THE HEART OF DARKNESS LEE „SCRATCH“ PERRY w/ DUBBLESTANDART| FUCKHEAD KODE 9 and LAWRENCE LEK pres. NØTEL| ECHOSPACE| AÏSHA DEVI COLIN STETSON and SARAH NEUFELD| ROLY PORTER| POLE DEADBEAT feat. TIKIMAN| PORTER RICKS| THOMAS ANKERSMIT mark fell and GÁBOR
you here, and as for Nkosazana Divine’s spoken vocals, these amount to nothing more than embarrassing fifth-form whimsy. Perhaps the Doctor might think of relocating again, from West to East Coast? DUBBLESTANDART HEAVY HEAVY MONSTER DUB ECHO BEACH CD Their partnership dating back to 1988, Paul Zasky and Robbie Ost are part of the underground Austrian axis of dub that now circles Vienna’s Dub Club.
Dub, and the Jim Morrison sample from Dub Syndicate’s “Stone Immaculate” is even quoted on “We All Have To Get High”. Centred in Vienna, a city with a claim on being the European home of bass, Dubblestandart have the easy confidence to mess with Tapper Zukie’s “MPLA” and Horace Andy’s “Money”. But they really prove themselves when freed from these connections to launch out on the slower grooves such as
Dubblestandart & Firehouse Crew Presents Reggae Classics Echo Beach CD/DL/LP Vienna’s Dubblestandart have been running all shades of reggae for over 30 years, including guest vocalist David Lynch on “Chrome Optimism”. This new set is more orthodox, with founding bandleader and bass player Paul Zasky
Dubblestandart/Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry/ Ari Up Return From Planet Dub Collision 2×CD Although there can be no dispute over the credentials of Vienna’s Dubblestandart, their 11th album is a meisterwerk weighing in at nearly two and a half hours that can only be aimed at those who have suspended all sense of time via artificial means. Admittedly it’s a song and dub
Riddim Doktor and Emch aka scientific earned full stripes on their wonderfully uplifting horns mix of Dub Gabriel & U Roy’s “Liv ’N’ Luv”. This time, through, the good offices of common collaborators Dubblestandart, they bring together Lee Perry and The Slits’ Ari Up for the first time on this rerub of Scratch’s “Underground Roots” riddim. Ari has never sounded so disciplined and focused on the job in hand, as