In March we were shaken by a track that was almost a manifesto of the Dub could apply: "The Grove" from Dub-Poeten Nazamba and the French producer / Sound System O. B. F. - released in combination with a breathtaking Dub-Mix as 12 ". The complete album has been available for a few weeks, with 9 tracks - but unfortunately none Dubs (which, however, suggests a future pure DubAlbum gives hope). No matter, Dub-Poetry is yes Dub and therefore belongs here. And Rico, mastermind of the OBF-Dub-Imperiums (sound system & Dub Quake Records label) is probably one of the most prolific French producers at the moment Dub-Sound system scene. With the album for Nazamba he presents his most radical and experimental work to date. Perhaps Nazamba's strikingly reminiscent of Prince Far I style inspired him to follow Adrian Sherwood's desire for extreme sounds. The album "Nazamba"Is divided into two parts: Part 1 offers classic outer space reggae /Dub (and with “Play Sweet” even an interpretation of Jackie Mittoo's “Drum Song”). Part 2 remains with the sound of Dub, but says goodbye to reggae and ends up somewhere with electronic noise. Above it - like a rumble of thunder - the voice of George "Nazamba" Scott. The Jamaican made his debut a few years ago on the Pressure label of des Dubstep producer Kevin Martin (The Bug) with a no less extravagant Dub-Poem. I like “Nazamba” because it uncompromisingly embraces the extreme positions of Dub and Dub-Poetry explores without losing its basic accessibility and sound system compatibility. Oh yes, almost forgotten: Linval Thompson and Soom T are still on top as guests (this selection alone brings the album concept to the point).