There are damn good ones these days, but there are also many very uniform ones Dubp. Few of them are really bad. Nevertheless, most of them are not so fascinating and impressive that they do not disappear in the archive for a long time or even forever after listening to it two or three times. One of these positive surprises is the Mexican Rafael Hernandez aka Tor.Ma In Dub with his new album: "I Dub You! Vol. 1". Tor.Ma In Dub is a musician, producer and DJ who is very enthusiastic about most forms of electronic music: Psytrance, Goa, Progressive & Ethnic Trance, Dub, Ambient, jazz and reggae. Many of these genres are also featured on the current EP “I Dub You! Vol. 1 ”is used with different emphasis. The focus is undoubtedly on the Dub-Reggae page and electronic dance music. The idea behind “I Dub You! Vol. 1 “is as ingenious as it is simple. Tor.Ma In Dub sat down at the mixer and made remixes or versions of tracks for the artists and genres that profoundly influenced his musical tastes, just for the fun of it. The result is a truly wild, I would rather say, daring mixture: Gorillaz, 2Pac feat. Dr. Dre, The Doors, Rage against the Machine, Chemical Bros, and Sublime. Whoa, does that work together? For my taste it does. I think such a crazy mixture is just world class. The Gorillaz alone: I really celebrated the original “Clint Eastwood” track back then. When Dub it is downright phenomenal. About the Dub- Refinement of the all time classic of the Doors: "Riders on the Storm" - Jim Morrison's very last song during his lifetime - I'm particularly happy. Overall, this EP is a completely freaky mix with some very rhythmically driving compositions that are both ideal for the dance floor and guarantee the trippy headphone experience. Like Adrian Sherwood, anyone who manages something like this has no reservations and thinks far outside the box. In my opinion, artists like Sherwood (anyway), Kutiman, DubRajah, Dreadzone or now Tor.Ma In Dub the genre decisively and give it new, fresh impulses. Overall, a very positive, above all creative development of the Dub. I'm already looking forward to Vol. 2!