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About Dub Syndicate

A veteran group with a rotating lineup, Dub Syndicate's strength is in its rhythm section: drummer Style Scott's one of the best in the Reggae business, laying down a rock-solid groove. Each release has seen a new bass player, from the understatements of George Oban to the king-sized sub-bass drops and Funk inflections of Bill Laswell. Atop these roots-drenched Reggae rhythms, nearly anything can happen, from spaced-out synth musings and sax solos to in-the-pocket offbeats on piano, organ, and melodica.

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Listen toDub Syndicateon Rhapsody

A veteran group with a rotating lineup, Dub Syndicate's strength is in its rhythm section: drummer Style Scott's one of the best in the Reggae business, laying down a rock-solid groove. Each release has seen a new bass player, from the understatements of George Oban to the king-sized sub-bass drops and Funk inflections of Bill Laswell. Atop these roots-drenched Reggae rhythms, nearly anything can happen, from spaced-out synth musings and sax solos to in-the-pocket offbeats on piano, organ, and melodica.

About Dub Syndicate

A veteran group with a rotating lineup, Dub Syndicate's strength is in its rhythm section: drummer Style Scott's one of the best in the Reggae business, laying down a rock-solid groove. Each release has seen a new bass player, from the understatements of George Oban to the king-sized sub-bass drops and Funk inflections of Bill Laswell. Atop these roots-drenched Reggae rhythms, nearly anything can happen, from spaced-out synth musings and sax solos to in-the-pocket offbeats on piano, organ, and melodica.

About Dub Syndicate

A veteran group with a rotating lineup, Dub Syndicate's strength is in its rhythm section: drummer Style Scott's one of the best in the Reggae business, laying down a rock-solid groove. Each release has seen a new bass player, from the understatements of George Oban to the king-sized sub-bass drops and Funk inflections of Bill Laswell. Atop these roots-drenched Reggae rhythms, nearly anything can happen, from spaced-out synth musings and sax solos to in-the-pocket offbeats on piano, organ, and melodica.