DUB engineer Scientist gained international
popularity thanks to a series of DUB albums
he released, wherein the concept of Comic
books was integrated. The albums came one by
one, like episodes.
UK Based DUB engineer Mad Professor
started by releasing his "Dub Me
Crazy" series in the 1980's. In the
90's, he started another line of superb DUB
albums under the title "Black
Liberation DUB". Anti-racist DUB
Broadcast is the second episode in this
Most titles of the track have to do with
Black struggle. Legacy of Mussolini, for
example. Or Ethnic Cleansing Dub. Serious
things, and so the DUB on this one is kind
of serious too. The riddims are militant,
mostly UK Steppers. The mixing is hard,
skillfull, and determined.
From the first to the last tone, this
album contains an impressive exposure of Mad
Professor's position as a true Master in
DUB. There is not one track that stands out
in a negative way. All killer, no filler as
Unlike Scientist, Mad Professor isn't
"just" the DUB engineer.
Scientists dubbed material from Channel One
for his "Cartoon series". Mad
Professor can pick and choose from his own
well, because he also runs the Studio where
he creates his DUB tracks.
And so, this album isn't only a part in
an episode of superb DUB albums, it's also a
good example of the many riddims musicians
and programmers layed down in Mad
Professor's Ariwa Studio.
When you like heavy and militant riddims,
skillfully mixed in DUB style by the hands
of a true DUB Master, you can't afford to
miss this one.