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Vinyl LP pressing. A homage to titles such as The Refused's The Shape of Punk to Come and Ornette Coleman's The Shape of Jazz to Come, the groove on fifth full-length The Shape of Dub To Come hinges on slower stoner-inspired sludge riffing. The space allowed the dub to flourish. "We got comfortable with the space," says Tomino. "We could let it breathe and let it go, one step at a time. Even though we hadn't necessarily been that sludgy in the past, it made room for the dub." "We were a dub/reggae band, and we started implementing what we thought was cool from The Refused and bands like that," adds Brooks. "The Shape of Dub To Come describes our whole method; applying dub as a process to virtually any style of music. The future of dub doesn't have to be just reggae. It's a process rather than a genre."
Vinyl LP pressing. A homage to titles such as The Refused's The Shape of Punk to Come and Ornette Coleman's The Shape of Jazz to Come, the groove on fifth full-length The Shape of Dub To Come hinges on slower stoner-inspired sludge riffing. The space allowed the dub to flourish. "We got comfortable with the space," says Tomino. "We could let it breathe and let it go, one step at a time. Even though we hadn't necessarily been that sludgy in the past, it made room for the dub." "We were a dub/reggae band, and we started implementing what we thought was cool from The Refused and bands like that," adds Brooks. "The Shape of Dub To Come describes our whole method; applying dub as a process to virtually any style of music. The future of dub doesn't have to be just reggae. It's a process rather than a genre."
821826026407

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NWDG
Rel. Date: 05/24/2019
UPC: 821826026407

Shape Of Dub To Come
Artist: Dub Trio
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. A homage to titles such as The Refused's The Shape of Punk to Come and Ornette Coleman's The Shape of Jazz to Come, the groove on fifth full-length The Shape of Dub To Come hinges on slower stoner-inspired sludge riffing. The space allowed the dub to flourish. "We got comfortable with the space," says Tomino. "We could let it breathe and let it go, one step at a time. Even though we hadn't necessarily been that sludgy in the past, it made room for the dub." "We were a dub/reggae band, and we started implementing what we thought was cool from The Refused and bands like that," adds Brooks. "The Shape of Dub To Come describes our whole method; applying dub as a process to virtually any style of music. The future of dub doesn't have to be just reggae. It's a process rather than a genre."
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