"Dub“Is no longer a clear genre name. While we understand this to mean instrumental reggae peppered with sound effects, there are people who think “Dub“To ambient or deconstructing minimal tech house. It's crazy that sounds so different have the same genre name. But you can usually tell from the cover which one Dub-Category is meant. The cover of Philipp Greter's album “Logic chaos“Is in any case not clear. Neither reggae nor techno. And listen: the music is not that easy to assign either. Sometimes we have to do with a reinterpretation of Kruder & Dorfmeister and sometimes with the most beautiful offbeats. Philipp said laconically: “On the side, maybe that's something for them Dub-Scene, for people who want something experimental ”. But that doesn't make things any clearer either. Why am I even discussing the album here? Because Philipp is the keyboardist and producer of Dub Spencer & Trance Hill is. He's the Swiss Dub- Primeval rock par excellence. And in Logic Chaos you can hear with every note that the man is his Dub knows inside and out. Everything grooves, swings, echoes and vibrates as it should. There is nothing wrong with the bass either. And yet no sound system in the world would put on the album. So we do it, at home, on the sofa, and immerse ourselves in the finely chiseled soundscapes, listening analytically with our heads while the bass massages our bowels. Incidentally, the album was produced with the Apple software “Logic Pro” and an effects device called “Chaos Pad”. Interesting right? Also has something to do with the name.