Dubokaj — Dubmarine (Phrex Remix)
Dubokaj & Lee „Scratch“ Perry
Dubmarine is about musical genesis, while Lee invokes Jamaican Reggae, Dubokaj hints at it with his own sonic arsenal referencing the music of this special Caribbean island. The song has the feel of a riddim, almost a stepper, but a chill ambient stepper, with splashes of synths almost like a duppy horns section. The sonar echoes drop deep under the Alpine Imaginary Sea, and boy what images comes to life: devils are closing in and the deep ocean darkness envelops.
Swiss-based Mouthwatering Records in a partnership with Transylvanian-based The Sound of Art to Come platform and label proudly present Dubokaj & Lee Scratch Perry's fifth remix off the Daydreamflix album – Dubmarine by Phrex.
Phrex takes the original ambient vibe and doubles the riddim into a steppers rush of blood to the feet. The drums get more tribal and there is a hint to dub techno and that genres hypnotic qualities.
|Label:||The Sound of Art to Come|
|Promotion:||Mouthwatering Records, Andreas Ryser|
|Management:||Mouthwatering Records, Daniel (World)|
|Booking:||Mouthwatering Records, Daniel (World)|