Who on the web after "Dub“Searches, comes across minimal techno more and more often. What Rhythm & Sound invented around 20 years ago is becoming increasingly popular today. I have the Dub-Techno celebrated at the time - it was a real innovation and its sound was absolutely fascinating. Today, however, the sound of the epigones bores me to death. Electronics with a technoid touch can also be heard very fresh and unheard of Dub combine: David Harrow does it with his "LockdownDubs“(Workhouse initial): Fast, bouncing beats, quick, melodic basslines, electronic Kraftwerk tinkling and an optimistic mood. Of course, the classic one-drop rhythm is dissolved and Steppers doesn't have too much to say here either. Still, there are enough offbeats, reverbs and echoes to suit the genre Dub meet. Harrows is a veteran of the Dub, even if he is little known in this scene. He worked closely with Adrian Sherwood as early as the 1980s and composed some of the tracks from the golden On-U era. Later he was an important acid house protagonist before devoting himself to electronic music and often experimental sounds. He is now an old man with a long, white beard, who apparently remembers his roots in lockdown times and is nerdy-handsome Dubs produced.