Friday, November 2, will see the long-awaited return of Dublime.
Born in 2004 at Fabric, Dublime became a much-loved, roots-based alternative to the standard night there. Following a lenghty break Dublime, which is run from within Hyponik, moves to new home Electric Brixton, bringing Lee Scratch Perry, dEbruit, the Channel One Soundsystem, Jonny Trunk and Rootsteady.
Lee Scratch Perry is truly one of the legends of dub music. Crafting his trade producing for Bob Marley, LSP has since gone on to become the biggest name in the genre. For his Dublime show, expect a full live band in accompaniment and a journey through the core of dub culture.
Civil Music‘s dEbruit is responisble for the electronic offshoots of dub. His afro-inspired electronica never veers too far from its reggae influence and will represent a fitting, ‘modernized’ take on roots. The famous Channel One Soundsystem never disappoint – veterans Mikey Dreadand Jah T have been crucial in the spread and development of dub music in London and know exactly how to put on a show. Record collectors Jonny Trunk and Rootsteady will be on support duty.
RSVP to the Facebook event here and see flyer below.