Mato, the great eclecticist among them DubBern changes the reference medium: Did he last deal with the Dub-Version of the Daft Punk classic "Homework" put between the chairs, so he turns with his new album "Hollywood Dub“Now to the movie. The concept: the soundtrack of classic films in Dub to translate. If you've always heard the theme songs from “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”, the Darth Vader theme from “Star Wars” or the love theme from “The Godfather” - or even the 20th Century Fox opening credits in Dub wanted to hear, is on Matos new album "Hollywood Dub“(Stix) found it. These are of course not real remixes, but completely newly recorded pieces based on solid reggae beats that are garnished with the melodies from the films and some borrowings from the original arrangement. Although Mato in the title of Dub speaks and doesn't skimp on reverb, echo and channel gadgets, the tracks seem more like good-humored instrumentals. The magical spatiotemporal dimension of Dub is completely absent. It is replaced by the virtuoso play with the musical quotations. Instead of gloomy basslines, Matos beats seem to bounce lively, while the famous film melodies are sometimes intoned with melodica, sometimes with organ, guitar, trumpet, synth or even harmonica. In every bar there seems to be a mischievous smile from Mato. He probably doesn't take the matter very seriously - although he uses absolute precision craftsmanship. Probably hardly a real one Dub-Friend to add the album to his / her favorites list, -but letting it run through on Sunday afternoon is absolutely appropriate.