As a designer, I have the wrong taste in music. The cover artwork in the genre Dub is one of the worst on the music market - which causes me great visual suffering with almost every new release that I really celebrate musically. That's either because Dub-Producers are so focused on the acoustic sense that they no longer have any capacity left for the eye, or it is because they are forced to produce their music under fatally precarious circumstances and simply cannot afford the costs for appropriate graphic design. Tragic! But here we finally have a fantastic exception to the rule: YahYu: "Center of Gravity“(Steppas). The cover is great. What a beautiful illustration! I need the good piece as vinyl in 30 x 30 cm! Of course, such a cover arouses high expectations. Likewise the label: Steppas Records by Ben Alpha - Home of Alpha Steppa, Alpha & Omega and some other outstanding ones Dub-Artists. YahYu also belongs to the latter. He lives and works in Hamburg, is of Korean descent and produces extremely interesting products Dub-Music in the border area between Dub, Dubstep and bass music. His trademark: ethereal melodies played on traditional Korean instruments that are overly difficult Dub-Beats float. This delightful contrast is not fundamentally new. Augustus Pablo and countless other instrumentalists in his wake have used him to appear spiritual Dub to produce. It is therefore not surprising that the adjective “spiritual” is always used to characterize JahYu's music. And we all know that Ben Alpha is also fully into spiritual and meditative Dub departs. But I have to say that I actually find the hamburger's beats even more exciting than his Korean instruments. Because JahYu's beat constructions transcend the well-known steppers pattern over and over again towards new territory (at least for DubConditions) and thus ensure fresh listening experiences. This creates a beautiful bass odyssey over the length of the album, sometimes over rocky, rough terrain and then again through the gently swaying waves of the offbeat. Exciting and eventful until the very end. In short: Cover and music go well together.