The UKDub- Pioneers of the 1990s are getting old and handing the baton on to their offspring: Mad Professor, Aba Shanti I, Jah Shaka and Alpha & Omega. In the latter case, son Ben takes over from father John Sprosen, while his aunt Christine Woodbridge continues to play bass undaunted. The new, old duo gave themselves the appropriate programmatic name "Dub Dynasty ". In April the dynasty with "Holy Cow“(Steppas Records) presented their new, third album. A mighty work that resembles a bass tsunami that rolls inexorably through the coastal jungle of an exotic country. The bass drum marches, the bass roars and above it you hear mystical jungle sounds and melodies from foreign countries. A magical, hypnotic sound that unmistakably follows the Alpha & Omega concept, but is ultimately clearer, more differentiated and undoubtedly more dynamic. A real evolutionary step. But the Holy Cow can not only be reduced to sound, because the album also offers really strong compositions, often striking melodies and occasionally even very nice vocal contributions. There are 19 tracks in total, eight of which Dub-Versions of the previous Dubs are. So: Dub galore and at the highest level.