There are moments when I'm sick of it Dub. The last time it was after visiting the three-day International Dub Gatherings in Alicante like that. Absolutely intoxicating - but a bass overkill. I was sure that I would only listen to jazz and Bach. Just nothing with heavy beats and deep bass. But then comes an album like Dubmatix '"King Size Dub Special“(Echo Beach) therefore - and I am reconciled again. Jesse King is just the King. I am a slave to his music. She simply embodies my ideal modern image Dubs. But okay, everyone can have their personal favorites - but only if Dubmatix is in first place ;-). Seriously and back to absolute objectivity: “King size Dub Special “is really cool. The 20 tracks give a nice overview of Dubmatix 'work over the past ten years. More than half of the tracks are previously unreleased remixes - or completely new material. In a sense, a “best of Dubmatix “in Dub, Remix and mashup. Every single track bursts with energy and dynamism. Dubmatix is a perfectionist, but not an introvert Dub-Frickler nerd. It's always about dance, movement and upliftment. The “King Size Dub Special “could simply be run through on a Sound System Dance. Those who do not feel the urge to move must be deaf. Oops, now I've run away again. By the way, from track 15 on there is nothing new Dub-Material and that is - if you are really honest - absolutely GREAT!