Various Artists Roots of Dub Funk 3
The third release from the UK’s Dub Funk Association comes across in sort of a […]
The third release from the UK’s Dub Funk Association comes across in sort of a dark, Bill Laswell vein, wrapping your brain in hissing echoes while thick basslines punch you in the gut. A range of producers works on the tracks here, including the Version City Rockers, Jah Warrior, Alpha & Omega, and the Dub Funk Association themselves. Nearly every track showcases sparsely grooving drums in the style of King Tubby or Mad Professor, with delays, sliding faders and flighty horns. Don’t be misled by the title; this is some very good straight-ahead dub reggae, but it’s not really funky. Should please all you 420-friendly fans out there.