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Dubokaj

Music Project

Dubokaj has a background of some very healthy musical inspirations, both classic, like Lee Scratch Perry’s Revolution Dub and Return Of The Super Ape, King Tubby Meets The Upsetter At The Grassroots of Dub, Augustus Pablo and Scientist Meets The Space Invaders to modern mutations of dub such as Rhythm & Sound, Burial, The Bug, Deadbeat, Disrupt and the more abstract contemporary artists and labels like Seekersinternational, Equiknoxx and Bokeh Versions. After devouring a healthy dose of field recording albums like Félix Blume’s Fog Horns and conceptual books like Unsound: Undead and Michael E. Veal’s Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Songs in Jamaican Reggae, in 2016, he started experimenting with his own environmental sound that he called Alpine Dub. It’s a mix of synthesizer music, outdoor recordings and natural sounds translated into electronic dub.

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