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Rub a Dub – Two Men Inna Tub

Wednesday 28th March / posted by Chris Wheeldon

Dub reggae is both a weapon in the dance and healer of the soul. The louder you play it the harder it works for you in both respects.

Over the years dub has both occupied a political and spiritual space, providing both a voice of protest and a means for meditation.

Throughout all of this, the artists making dub have demonstrated unparalleled engineering innovation, helping shape the future of modern dance sounds and production techniques.

Rub a dub - Two men inna tub aired on Revolver for the month of July 2017 with Benny B and Jesse Yuen looking at dub across the decades. You can sample the months playlist on youtube.

Each week someone from the local scene told a story of their lives in dub. Listen back to hear dub pioneer Sheriff Lindo, UK expat and all round nice guy Amar from the KBI Sound System and Brendan Jay of psychedelic dub outfit The Weapon is Sound share their stories.

All live musical performances are included in our podcasts with the express permission of artists, who reserve all other rights in their music. All music used in our podcasts is licensed under an APRA Community Broadcasting license agreement.

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