DuBioLin JaM creates innovative unique dub music.  The genre itself began as a creative musical exploration into the components and pieces of reggae music, using analog equipment to break music down and build it back up again into a new creation.  The European violinist takes choice dub riddims, including a recent collaboration with DU3normal (please read my recent Plug EP review), and adds echo-laden Gypsy-styled electric violin atop the dark and heavy beats.  The juxtaposition of sounds is dynamic, haunting in ways that dub alone cannot be, proving that the melodica is not the only eclectic melody source that works within the dub framework.  This is some really interesting musical fusion, Dry and Heavy’s “Radical Organ” is a particular gem, and all nine tracks up on Soundcloud so far are well-crafted:

DuBioLin JaM creates innovative unique dub music.  The genre itself began as a creative musical exploration into the components and pieces of reggae music, using analog equipment to break music down and build it back up again into a new creation.  The European violinist takes choice dub riddims, including a recent collaboration with DU3normal (please read my recent Plug EP review), and adds echo-laden Gypsy-styled electric violin atop the dark and heavy beats.  The juxtaposition of sounds is dynamic, haunting in ways that dub alone cannot be, proving that the melodica is not the only eclectic melody source that works within the dub framework.  This is some really interesting musical fusion, Dry and Heavy’s “Radical Organ” is a particular gem, and all nine tracks up on Soundcloud so far are well-crafted: