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  • blog September 25, 2015

    Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Super Ape Tour Coming to Brooklyn

    Back in July, we wrote about the Kickstarter campaign to supply dub legend Lee “Scratch” Perry with a giant inflatable gorilla for his tour in commemoration of the classic Super Ape album. Luckily, the campaign was a success and the giant gorilla … Read more »

  • blog July 24, 2015

    Lee “Scratch” Perry Needs Giant Gorilla for Super Ape Tour

    Whenever dub genius Lee “Scratch” Perry needs a giant inflatable gorilla, we will always be there to help spread the word. Perry will be touring this fall across the U.S. with Dub Champions Festival in commemoration of the 40th anniversary … Read more »

  • blog September 24, 2014

    Tonight! Lee “Scratch” Perry Live + Subatomic Sound System: Dub Champions Festival

    The Dub Champions Festival continues tonight with a live performance by one of the renowned legends of dub production, Lee “Scratch” Perry himself, with the BK-based Subatomic Sound System and special guests at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg. Doors at 6, show … Read more »

  • hip-deep December 3, 2011

    Dub: The Medium Is The Message

    In the 1970s and 80s, while Jamaican reggae was becoming just about the most successful music ever to emerge from the African Diaspora, the genre was being transformed at its source in Jamaica’s Kingston slums. “Dub” is a magnificent, jury … Read more »

  • interview May 26, 2010

    Interview: Michael Veal

    Afropop producer Wills Glasspiegel talks dub with writer, professor, and musician Michael Veal. Veal is the author of the seminal dub book, Dub: Soundscapes and Shattered Sounds in Jamaican Reggae. W.G.: How did dub begin? M.V.: Like a lot of … Read more »

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