At this point I have often said that it is more topical Dub from Jamaica either hardly exists or just an infusion of old concepts. Now there is one person in Kingston who is telling me the lie: Teflon Zincfence. Behind this name is Romaine Arnett, who founded Zincfence Records together with Chronixx and in 2014 produced his first EP "Dread & Terrible". In the meantime Romaine Arnett has supplied a lot of other artists with rhythms and bears the title of the official "Dub Selectors ”in the Kingstoner Dub Club. So the man can do it. Be published in September Dub-Debut album "Dub Policy“(Zincfence) and it blew me over in a full storm. Wow, what powerful and artistic at the same time Dubs what creative mixing! Flawless sound, cool cover with a rather immodest allusion to stylizing Teflon Zincfence as the new King Tubby. His version of King Tubby's “Ruffer Version” hits the same line. A fantastic tune, excitingly orchestrated, carefully produced and articulated with oomph - the highlight of this only six track short album. What I particularly like: Romaine Arnett is one hundred percent committed to the good, old, classic Dub-Reggae, but by no means reproduces outdated clichés, but creates an absolutely contemporary, ultra-modern interpretation of them. Although Romaine puts the bass in the foreground so much that any UK sound system operator would have sparkling eyes, he retains the livelier, less repetitive style of playing that is typical of Jamaica. So must be more modern Dub sound in Jamaican tradition today!