Who radical Dub-Like sounds, he should check out Radikal Guru's new work "Dub Mentalist“Listen to (Moonshine Recordings). It is now the third solo work by the Polish Dubbers and undoubtedly its most mature. How so? Because it is less radical than the two predecessors. During his debut "The Rootsstepa" in particular, uncompromisingly hard steppas with occasional excursions in Dubstep area, and the following work "Subconscious" was also quite rough, is "Dub Mentalist “more balanced, more differentiated, more imaginative and less clichéd in terms of sound. Above all, Radikal Guru has cleared out his productions. Less is more now, the rhythms are reduced, more to the point, rely on drum & bass instead of stacking sound layers on top of sound layers. Who now softened intellectualsDub expected, is still completely wrong. The radical guru has already stayed true to his name. Everyone who Dubs would cut a fine figure in the sound system. The bass lines are massive, there is no shortage of reverb and echo, the brass section blares their melodies into the gloom of the sound, and the obligatory melodic sounds. Actually the perfect form of steppas that should also work on album length. As usual with the guru, vocalists are on board again: Jay Speaker, Echo Ranks, Solo Banton and Earl 16. Their contributions fit in wonderfully with the Dub-Flow of the album. Especially nice: Violinbwoy garnishes one of the gentler tracks with sweet violin playing. That also makes sense on this varied album.