These Days EP (PSS #17)

by DubConscious

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'Like all brilliant instrumental music, it paints so specific a scene that it conveys an unmistakable emotional response imparted by the auteur. That’s the kind of music that makes your hair stand up.'

-Russ Bledsoe of Hypothetical Circus, Album Review

Long running Reggae/Dub/ collective DubConscious has created a new EP after over three years since their last release non violent (January 2009 1320 Records). The band has undergone considerable change since their last recording, losing original member Solomon Wright (Bassist, Trumpet Vocals, Composition) and coming off the road and seeking to settle after a long stretch of several years functioning as a touring, live performance based act. This EP with production by new bassist and Dub engineer Matt Mansfield (Piper Street Sound) breaks new ground for the band while maintaining their connection to Dub music and their signature effect heavy, psychedelic blend of Rock, Reggae and international sounds. This work is production heavy in comparison with previous DubConscious works, with a greater presence of percussion loops, synth tones and stylistic deviations from Roots Reggae and Jam Rock. From the Afro-futurism of Rhodes to the Latin Bass/Electro Dub track Alpha, to the minimal and superbly crafted Burning Sage, These Days spans a great range of Dub derived, mind expanding genres.

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released May 16, 2013

Recorded at 899 Piper Street Studios by Matt Mansfield
Recorded at DreamLab Recording by Mike Gavrieleides and Matt Mansfield
Mixed and Produced by Piper Street Sound (Matt Mansfield)

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Piper Street Sound Atlanta, Georgia

Piper Street Sound (Matt Mansfield) is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and sound engineer with a speciality in Dub Reggae. Matt maintains a studio in Atlanta and works as a manager for the Latin American label ZZK Records.

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