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Dubsynaticx - Studio Dubs Part 1
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WWW, September 2014 - Whenever you see "Part One" in the title of an album, it's always intriguing: when it turns out to contain niceness, you know there's more of that niceness coming your way. Right? Presenting Part One of Studio Dubs, presenting Dubsynaticx, presenting some Dub Niceness. Yes I!

Dubsynaticx is Daniel Rossman, from Vienna Austria. He grew up with Reggae music and in 2015, he can look back at ten years of releasing his music online. Yes, the Dubroom should apologize to this Dub producer for not having discovered him before. Is his music that crucial, you might ask, and the answer is YES. It's definitely an addition to the variety in Eurodub and Roots land. We can get it thanks to the Idren at the Cyprus-based Dubophonic Net Label, responsible for this excellent April 2014 release.

Two vocals track and eight Dub shots, coming in both instrumental and vocal flavor. The music is inspired by 1980's style Reggae, set in this year 2014. With an eye and ear for musical details, the original riddims Dubsynaticx created for this album are a true joy to listen to. Especially when they're getting the Dub treatment which is the case in all but two of the tracks of Studio Dubs Part One.

You'll hear everything: from a spring reverb to some crucial singing, from string arrangements to echo's fusing with the Drum and Bass lines. This is Dub in the orthodox Jamaican tradition, and it goes well with the music. Not the kind of Dub that throws you in another multiverse, this is the kind of Dub that emphasizes the music and since this is done in just the right way, it gives that Ire vibe. 

Yes, everything is very well balanced. Crucial vocalists like Goldtea, Madi Simmons and Online Star Singer Sammy Gold are present. Dubsynaticx knows his musicology, while he can't be denied technological insight when it comes to Dub. This is not as obvious as it might read for some, but let's not open a can of worms. 

Let's play Studio Dubs Part One and turn up the volume. It will bring instant niceness to the place.

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