It's that time again: for Christmas we'll serve you ours Dub-Top 5 of the past year. As you can see, diversity counts for us. How could it be otherwise with such a multifaceted genre? We look forward to your selection. Write them to us in the comments. Happy Holiday!
Top 5 from René
A concept album with cross-over potential. Don Letts presents Dubs of non-reggae songs. Many remixed exclusively by the greats of the genre.
I stand experiments. Dub meets German poetry! Weird and very successful.
Magical, overwhelming, deeply sad, gloomy, heavy and powerful.
Sound Almagan made from exotic ingredients with an intense, dense - sometimes quite melancholy - atmosphere.
One of the few Dub-Albums from Jamaica. But all the better: Crisp, powerful, dynamic and full of ideas.
Top 5 of Ras Vorbei
The final chord of a musical genius. RIP Rainford Hugh Perry aka Lee Scratch Perry, we will miss you!
The "Rebel Dread" gives me a cross-section of my musical socialization in Dub.
A huge monolith; the one-of-a-kind unmatched to this day.
"The whole World is Africa," mine Dubious music album for 2021.
More original, unused, limitless Dub from the ON .U sound archive.
Top 5 from Helmut
A homage to vinyl, stylistically somewhere between UK steppaz and traditional JamaicanDub. Surprised with a new one Dub an old wailers riddim.
More virtuoso, more merciless Dub-Showdown. It was not until the last meter that the Tuff Scout Gorilla was pushed into second place.
In 1979 Dennis Bovell produced the UK Pop Group's debut. 40 years later he mixes them Dub-Version. Radical! Effectively! And guaranteed reggae-free!
Online project of an Indonesian drummer living in France and one in Vancouver Dub-Wizzards. Passionate instrumental music with Dubsee subtitle: Rubadub - One drop rockers.
On a sad occasion: The new edition with "African Children", "Natural Progression" and the killer bassline of "Dub Fire ". Mixed with Michael "Reuben" Campbell, who passed away at the beginning of December.
Top 5 from gtk
Pure joy: Catchy, suspect vocal sprinkles meet ingenious basslines that boom from the speakers like a sound system.
The album that deserves the award for the most differentiated and dynamic sound. Chapeau, sound engineer Casey Burnett!
Sneaky Dubs, roaring loudly mixed with a bit of dirt. Embedded in a murderous concept, this results in a… well, a killer album!
Fresh from France and already in the top 5: A wonderfully relaxed, charmingly awkward journey through the solar system - or: the rehabilitation of the saxophone.
That could have been a lush album, but it comes as a single broadside: rock solid roots tracks in Aldubb accustomed-reliable-conservative Dub-Quality.