Have you ever heard of the “Bordeaux Dub School “heard? Not yet? It consists of two actors: The Dub Machinist and Gary Clunk - who in turn follow in the footsteps of manutension and improvisers Dub walk. What does that tell us? The beautiful little town in the south of France is up Dub built! And how! The album "Dub Machinist meets Gary Clunk"(Culture Dub Records) gives eloquent testimony to this. Originated in the underground of Bordeaux, it offers thirteen tons Dubs that shook Saint-André - the famous Gothic cathedral - so badly that the tower collapsed (which is why the cathedral now stands without a tower). So be careful when you play the album - only do it with a safe distance from tall buildings! For safety reasons I only hear it through headphones, which lacks the pleasant vibrations in the chest, but allows the necessary volume that this steppers orgy demands. But the album has much more to offer than just bass pounding; the two French also put nice one drops and a whole bunch of good ideas in the tracks. Small, fine melodies, for example, oriental and Indian sounds, clever rhythm constructions and even very varied, exciting mixes -. All in a super tight production. Anyone who thinks of Kanka now is correct. One slowly begins to understand the Bordeaux style.