“From the seedy depths of dub-infested marshes comes the sound manipulations of Onium, a tenured producer with a handbag of pseudonyms and secret projects. The man behind the moniker, Stephen Moon, uses this alias to focus heavily on expanding the ‘dub techno’ genre. Always pushing the edge while seemingly staying true to the dub framework, […]
To celebrate our Facebook fan page reaching the 4,000 fans milestone we are giving away a free track from Niccolo Machiavelli. Be sure to check out his soundcloud for mixes and past releases all of which are strong favourites here at Dub Techno Blog. Niccolo has been kind enough to give us this track .wav […]
It a pleasure to see a new G.R.I.T. release in 2014. Closure EP is a limited 100 copy 12″ vinyl release from Rohs! Records. It features 2 beautiful tracks. ‘Closure’, starting off very minimal builds into a deep, hypnotic pad and chord rhythym. ‘Prestige’ sounds much more analog and club orientated and something quite different […]
Electronic Dub was released in 94, Basic Channel Eps/Comp came between 92-95, Monolake 'Hong Kong' was released 97. Just wondering why Electronic Dub does not get the same attention as Basic Channel, Monolake, or any other early artist of the early scene for dub-techno and dub-techno recognition ? Electronic Dub is more dubby then both BC and ML and even Chain Reaction label releases in most cases, as well as other artist that got dub-techno raves from the 90's. Electronic Dub also has a more unique dubby sound then most releases back then too, and even today! I find most of Basic Channel music more techno, then dub-techno, as with Monolake debut album(with a ambient/Idm edge), and Chain Reation label releases; which all used some dubby moments and sounds here and there - but weren't really dub-techno, though excellent releases, they do seem to get all the credit for bringing dub-techno - unlike Electronic Dub!
[i]First release of our label is the second part of the Wide & Shallow project from Fatih Tuter. CD-r comes with remixes of Ruxpin, Derivate aka Havantepe and Fingers In The Noise. Original album released in 2009 without track no 8. 7 tracks, 55 minutes of pure bliss on offset printed CD-r's inside of natural/recycled handmade card sleeves with the artwork of Nivi Jasa.
Looks like you can pre-order the final Textural Being release over at decks. Featuring Safe Places (which is the original version of Through The Clouds from Dreams of Falling), Transmission which is a great Deep House track with Dub Techno elements, and a String infused track called Descend. This sounds really great and is out on the