Aldubb is everyone's favorite. His “Planets of Dub“-Albums won the hearts of the proudest Dub-Critic; - and as far as I'm concerned, since the publication of his epic “A Timescale of Creation - Symphony No. 1 in Dub minor ”the title of nobility“ Al von und zu Dubb ". With his new album "Mesozoic Valley“(One Drop Music) he dedicates himself again to the prehistoric times of our planet (the“ Planet of Dub“-Albums obviously belong in this series thematically, as I have just noticed). But while the symphony was a "great" work in the truest sense of the word, "Mesozoic Valley" (One Drop) comes as a purely digital production, so to speak as a laptopDub, therefore downright modest. But as soon as the first track starts, the humility is over. The bass blows in your face and your earlobes flutter in the wind. This is hardcore stuff for the sound system. Get out there and have fun - that's how it feels to me. My Dubblog colleague gtkritz criticizes a lack of hooklines and a lack of conciseness, which he is absolutely right about, but from my point of view this is not so important here. Why not just take a dip in the bass and feel good? Why not switch off system 2 nonchalantly and let system 1 have fun? I would say: click on “Mesozoic Valley” (streaming is the right form of consumption for the album) and turn it up really loud. Anyone who then says: "No, I lack complexity and the reflection of the conditions of our existence", I refer to the "Timescale of Creation".