One aspect that I consider Dub especially love is that Dub is a real world music. Developed in Jamaica, will Dub meanwhile produced all over the world, whereby no single nation is in the foreground - like the UK 25 years ago quite clearly. At best, it could be said that most Dubs are produced in Europe, followed by the USA, Asia and unfortunately with Jamaica at the bottom. Denmark is now also shooting itself with Principal Dub-Nations. Behind the name is Rasmus Allin, the one with "Treacherous Dub" (Stereo Royal) Dub-Debut submits. The now 50-year-old Dane's workplace is the music studio, where he has been working as a musician, songwriter and producer for the Danish music industry since the 1990s. Inspired by the British trip hop and drum 'n' bass scene, he discovered the classic Jamaican Dub by King Tubby, Lee Perry, Augustus Pablo, Scientist and other heroes. “I've spent endless hours in the studio listening to the sound of the Dub-Originators, "he says," Tape delays, filter boxes and other analog effects devices - I haven't left anything out. "Which brings him into the crowd of countless others Dub-Producers (like. z. B. Prince Fatty, Roberto Sanchez or Alborosie), those of the sound mysticism age Dub- Tracking down productions. It is therefore not surprising that “Treacherous Dub“In a classic sound guise Dubs is dressed. But the reproduction is scruffier Dub-Sounds isn't the only quality of the album. Allin confidently strings together ten powerful productions - albeit fairly short with an average of only three minutes playing time. No space-consuming X versions of a track (instrumental, Dub, Remix, etc.), but all original compositions in which he also recorded (almost) all of the instrumental tracks himself. The sound is really schizophrenic: powerful-dynamic and scruffy-analog at the same time. But that's how it has to be. Cleverly arranged and smartly mixed, sometimes with a touch of jazz with charming guitar sounds á la Ernest Ranglin, sometimes stripped to the bone, but always exciting and surprising. I can only say: Rasmus Allin - Welcome to the club.