Dub Surgeon - The Lost Future FLAC album
Title: The Lost Future
FLAC version ZIP size: 1805 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1270 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1950 mb
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Dub Surgeon stopped making music and disappeared into the shadows after just two EPs on Future Dub in 2002/3. But one day, 15 years later, and totally out of the blue, he received a demo of The Lost Future. Pay attention to this," it said. Attached was a demo version of the long lost album which now, finally, has found a home on Dubai's Ark to Ashes imprint, so named in homage to the story of Lee "Scratch" Perry burning down his Black Ark studio to rid it of demons
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Dub Surgeon Dub kaufen im Online Music Store von HHV - Neuheiten & Topseller auf Vinyl, CD & Tape - Versandkostenfrei bestellen ab 80€! . Some time around 20 years ago, the artist known as Dub Surgeon made an absorbing album of beautiful dub infused with ambiance, found sounds and horizontal rhythms. The Lost Future was recorded at the former Amsterdam Film Academy where Dub Surgeon. The recording engineer for the project was Ricardo Villalobos. Dub surgeon and Ricardo Villalobos then mastered it together, putting it through several vintage mixers and recording it to 2 inch tape. Then, tragedy struck: a storm surged and ignited a fire that ravaged the studio. The master copy was thought to have been lost forever.
Format: 2LP Label: ARK TO ASHES Cat Nr: ARK006LP Genre: dub. In stock. Biit Me is now online. We're still very young and there might be some bugs.
Untitled Dub 13. Over 20 years ago, the artist known as Dub Surgeon crafted an album entitled The Lost Future, fusing his love of dub music with found sounds and created an ambient space, which is driven by horizontal rhythms. The Lost Future was recorded at the former Amsterdam Film Academy led by the recording engineer Ricardo Villalobos. Together, Dub Surgeon and Ricardo Villalobos mastered the album together, putting it through several vintage mixers and recording it to a two inch tape
On the albums front, Dub Surgeon’s long lost LP is back, Chris Watson unearths a treasure trove of sonic synth phenomenas, and Ramzi serves up island-ready electronic zings. Scroll down for our definitive across-the-board rundown of the week’s new vinyl releases as selected by The Vinyl Factory’s Chris Summers, Patrick Ryder and James Hammond with help from Norman Records. Staying true to the MPR mantra of next-gen sonics, Melly pushes the boundaries with a quartet of 5-D electronics and unconventional club sounds. Toying with new age tropes, hallucinogenic sequences and watery wave forms, the producer fuses dub techno and broken beat, explores sunrise euphoria and generally twists our collective melon.
Dub techno was born with such a defined aesthetic that many early examples sounded like they were from the same artists. Some of them actually were. In fact, you’ll see a few artists represented under different names on this very list. Even if this album contained only the track Twelve Miles High I’d still put it on a list of the best dub techno albums ever made. It is that huge, that important, and that brilliant of a track. Few single pieces of music convey the majestic possibilities of the genre than this nearly twelve minute locomotive banger, from Jörg Burger and Wolfgang Voigt. This late 90s release was almost lost to the black hole of cultural memory until a surprise vinyl reissue last year; with its arrival, my peers in the music geek world started talking. I can’t remember who mentioned it to me, but I thank them profusely. This is a true hidden gem from an artist with a unique story.
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|D3||Untitled Dub 13|