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Warrior-styled UK roots and dub from Weeding Dub

Weeding Dub - Inna Digital AgeFrance’s Weeding Dub combines UK-styled roots and dub-infused reggae with electronic music energy, quite similar to what Zion Train and Vibronics have been doing successfully for a number of years.

After numerous vinyl releases on several labels since 2004 this innovative and original producer from Lille has now put 15 brand new tracks on wax. He is accompanied by a diverse bunch of artists such as Little R, Echo Ranks, Fu Steps, Diana Levi and Inja.

Inna Digital Age is dark, mean and grim. It’s contemporary in terms of energy, but musically the album has its roots in early digital sounds originating from Jamaica and the UK roots scene that emerged in the early to mid 90s.

Definitely something for fans of monotonous and thunderous bass lines, pounding drums and blazing percussion mixed with beautiful horns. Inna Digital Age offers 15 sonic punches in the stomach. Like it or not.

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