"The Quasi Dub Development (QDD) has been founded as a collective four years ago by Luca Fadda and F.S. Blumm. After "Limousine To The Guillotine" (2011) their second album is now about to be released. The QDD love Dub, obviously, but they play it by hand with their many instruments and effects, instead of working in the studio along the classic post production methods of the genre. Their friendly, handmade "Quasi Dub" is at the same time experimental and accessible. This sound has convinced nobody else than of the pioneers of the Dub genre, Lee 'Scratch' Perry, to make an appearance in "Let's Communicate". The name of the album is initiated from two comic characters, that are meant as an ironic comment to the narrowness of the Dub scene: "Stiff-Neck" stands for the intolerant side of the reggae music scene. For him, the music has to stay as it always was, with big egos and always the same off beats. The "Little-Twister" is a lateral thinker who likes to make things happen with a considerable amount of humor. No question about who is going to win that battle for the Quasi Dub Development! Besides contributions from Victor Rice and Sub Atomic Sound System, several Drummers (e.g. Sven Kacirek), and Jason Candler as brass section, it is mainly the outstanding vocals that strike the listener on this album. Next to Lee Perry the Grande Dame of Dance Hall, Lady Ann, toasts on even three tracks." (label info)
in stock | DE| 2014| PINGIPUNG | 13.90

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