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Album Review

Streets of Dub blends original recordings by Dubblestandart with remixes of the Vienese dub collective by other similar producers. The album begins with four remixes, segues into four originals, and then moves through five more remixes before finishing with "Night Dub," an accurately titled album-closing original. Though Dubblestandart's originals are nothing less than staggering, the remixes tend to be the more adventurous element of this album. You never know which way some of these guys — who include such luminaries as Mad Professor and Rootsman — are going to go with Dubblestandart's style. And you even have the gravely voice of Dillinger showing up on "10 Tons of Dope," proving even further how unpredictable Streets of Dub truly is. The blend of originals and remixes makes this incredibly varied. It never grows dull, continually changing its style — whether through the sounds or the production approach — with each successive track.

Biography

Formed: Vienna, Austria

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s

Dubblestandart transplanted dub from Jamacia to Vienna, where it teamed with the Select Cuts label to release plenty of experimental dub recordings. The collective began in 1990, when it released "Front of Enemies." Since then, Dubblestandart continued producing dub, emphasizing the vintage attributes of the style such as sound flexing tools, analog delays, and synthesizers. And, of course, the collective emphasized reggae beats, though it did experiment with many untraditional approaches. Dubblestandart...
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