The fact that David Harrows cannot be tied to a clear stylistic becomes clear after “Lockdown Dubs "second Corona album:"Virus Dubs“(Workhouse initial). No trace of techno anymore. The album sounds like a production from the 1970s: airy, acoustic sound, real (probably more sampled) instruments, slow beats - and yet unmistakably a modern production. This can be recognized by their complexity and the excellent corners and edges. This music was not composed as backing for a song - as was common in the 70s. The virus Dubs are pure instrumental music - and not just because no voice can be heard. That's why I'm such a great friend of Dubs that were produced as such from the outset: composition and sound are usually more radical, complex and original. If then, like here, a fantastically clever and exciting mix is added, this is it Dub completely with yourself.