Dr. Dubenstein - Conspiracy Theory Dr. Dubenstein - Conspiracy Theory

Tracklist CD

  1. Conspiracy Theory Intro
  2. Conspiracy Theory Dub
  3. Mind Control Experimental Dub
  4. Flabba´s I Pad
  5. Illuminati Dub
  6. Dub X Ultra ft. Rootsy Nassir
  7. Black Men In Dub
  8. Pentigon Bomb Dub
  9. Diana´s Dub Tunnel ft. Rebecca Waller
  10. Simian Virus 40 (SV40) Dub
  11. Dread Pirate Roberts Dub
  12. Black Dragon Society Dub ft. Nesta Lion
  13. Tulsa Burning Dub
  14. Mystical Dub ft. Solana Carrega
  15. Haarp (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program) in Dub
  16. Simian Virus 40 Version ft. S Vidal Quintero
  17. Conspiracy Theory Version ft. Scott Paynter

Release Details

LABEL : ECHO BEACH
SERIAL : ECHO BEACH EB123
DATE : April 21, 2017
FORMAT : CD (limited edition of 777 copies) / DL
PLAYTIME : 17 tracks playing time

Dr. Dubenstein - Conspiracy Theory

April 21, 2017

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Washington DC doesn’t have to be THAT way….!

On their debut album, Dr. Dubenstein hit listeners with discourse dub with a conspiratorial touchdown – thus easily garnering themselves the accolade of being one of the most interesting acts of their genre this year. Cushioned by a thick blanket of conspiracy theories, Derrick Parker aka Dr. Dubenstein climbs up out of his misty cave into the dazzling daylight and entrances listeners with a dreamy, sure handed mixture of roots, psychedelic spirit and electronic tinkering that guides us unerringly to an altered state. It’s almost like the soundtrack to a new world order – this is cinematic dub by people who really know what they’re doing.

The former employee of the legendary RAS Records Labels from Washington DC gathered up some high-carat collaborators to join him in his submarine. Formidable musicians from Steel Pulse, Dub Syndicate, Roots Radics jam and conjure up heavily rolling rhythms - and rumour has it that there were even WAILERS warhorses involved in the project to add some melody. The complex balance between roots and discourse dub is an art that only few have mastered. The track Flabba’s I Pad (which refers to Flabba Holt – bassist of the legendary Roots Radics) opens with promising beats and loops that have been given lavish mechanical treatment and which are a sheer joy to hear. In big, spacious arrangements, catchy stoned tunes come zipping around the corner and unite tradition and modernism. Dr. Dubenstein (whose studio is in Washington DC) has delivered a deeply impressive album that sounds like an infinite loop and is simultaneously fresh, new and appealing.

 

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