Does anyone of you know Brooklyn's "Underground Supergroup" and crowd puller called Great hi-fiwho have already been on tour with the skatelites? The band was founded in 2010 by bassist and singer Ezra Gale. The present debut "Dub To the bone“(Electric Cowbell Records) was created in 2012 and is still an extremely strange mixture of sounds. Great Hi-Fi's Jamaican influenced Dub, with two trombones, guitar, bass and drums is a very special sound and is still looking for its equal. The band themselves say about their music: "We in Super Hi-Fi are committed to going the extra mile to make art that stands out and lasts." That is why they publish their music (also) on records. Although this is much more expensive, the quintet stick to their way of working, also because records sound better and, in the opinion of the band, much warmer. In addition, LPs look a lot more - not to mention the durability. In the recording studio they experiment for a long time until the sound is 100% right. Super Hi-Fi doesn't want to compromise, the band is only satisfied with the optimal result. Everything is recorded analog on tape, because the musicians are also convinced of the better sound of the recordings with this method. Yes and ... .. which music can I expect now? Difficult undertaking: jazz to soft trombone sounds, rocking and cracking to plucked guitars, fat bass lines, rich drums and above all the spirit of King Tubby and Lee “Scratch” Perry hovers. Oh yes, Victor Rice and the Subatomic Sound System were also involved. All right?