On September 19th you can catch a few seasoned modular synth-based acts in The Generator at Vrijplaats Middelstegracht in Leiden (NL). Check out the event on Facebook. Show starts at 21:00.
Last week Ringo Ringvee of Bashment FM invited Tony Dubshot to the Raadio 2 studio in Tallinn for a chat and a bit of Dubbhism promotion. Strictly good vibes... Bigup all Estonian dancehall reggae lovers.
Last week the responsiple people of Radio Tonka's Club-Res invited Tony Dubshot for an interview about Dubbhism, xenharmonics, conspiracy theories etc. Kassen Oud and Rob Bothof (pic) host the show together, and they are famous for their extended live sets on air. So after an hour of talk and Dubbhism tracks, we ended up doing a massive 3-hour live set with special guest Lama Waaien.
If you're in the Greater Leiden Area, you can catch Lama Waaien and Tony Dubshot (OR Combiner) playing live on August 29th. Satellite Network presents an evening of loud avant garde music ~ jazzed up by visual artist Kleine Hex ~ at Galerie Openmakers, Aalmarkt 15B. With Rotterdam Free Jazz Ensemble, The Outskirts and Wigwam.
Labels: good stuff
Unity and Oneness on a cosmic scale is a popular theme in dub culture. The Jamaican mystical philosopher Bob Marley made it his subject, and of course that helped. A lot. Marley also talked about Ethiopian kings, Jamaican politics and certain herbs, but One Love was his number 1 remedy for Babylonian brainwash education.
Labels: mysteries of dubb
The Xen FMTS 2 is a free VSTi synth by Jacky Ligon (Xen-Arts). It opens the way to wild explorations of tunings and timbres. It was used extensively on the latest Dubbhism Deluxe release, an album by Jacky Ligon, Sevish and Dubshot titled '23'. Check out this well written FMTS 2 review by Warren Burt for SoundBytes Magazine.
Renowned for their flashy displays of light, Disco Clams (Ctenoides ales) were previously thought to be bioluminescent (a great word to funk with) but this week a new study claims these fancy mollusks actually put on light shows using reflective silica nanospheres.
Labels: madd science
Man has worshipped the Gods of Bass ever since the beginning of time. In the days before the pyramides, when there were no cities and no agriculture, the best places for bass worship were caves. Because caves are the ready-made dub studios of mother nature.
Labels: dubb cloud