From the foundations of The Big Smoke, to the intergalactic heights of Lost in Space, Gentleman's Dub Club's voyage has taken them through "Fire" and "Earthquake" as they stop at nothing to discover and develop their sound. Consistently breaking genre boundaries, the eight Gents have delivered inimitable reggae, dub, ska, jazz, and electronica since 2006, and now, 14 years into their journey, they're returning back Down To Earth with a brand-new mix of beats and bass to kickstart the new year. Partly recorded in Crosstown Studios and partly finished off at home, GDC's eighth studio album was caught up in the midst of lockdown, sparking a window of opportunity to take the production to a whole new level. From live drums to heavy digital work, meticulous detail in the record shines through from the get-go, as album opener "Castle In The Sky" demonstrates. After David Rodigan gave it an early thumbs up and a BBC 1Xtra spin in 2020, the deep bass rumbles, epic string segments, carefully crafted guitar solo and undeniably catchy vocal melodies helped Down To Earth hit the ground running
From the foundations of The Big Smoke, to the intergalactic heights of Lost in Space, Gentleman's Dub Club's voyage has taken them through "Fire" and "Earthquake" as they stop at nothing to discover and develop their sound. Consistently breaking genre boundaries, the eight Gents have delivered inimitable reggae, dub, ska, jazz, and electronica since 2006, and now, 14 years into their journey, they're returning back Down To Earth with a brand-new mix of beats and bass to kickstart the new year. Partly recorded in Crosstown Studios and partly finished off at home, GDC's eighth studio album was caught up in the midst of lockdown, sparking a window of opportunity to take the production to a whole new level. From live drums to heavy digital work, meticulous detail in the record shines through from the get-go, as album opener "Castle In The Sky" demonstrates. After David Rodigan gave it an early thumbs up and a BBC 1Xtra spin in 2020, the deep bass rumbles, epic string segments, carefully crafted guitar solo and undeniably catchy vocal melodies helped Down To Earth hit the ground running
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Format: Vinyl
Label: EASS
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 657481108710

Down To Earth
Artist: Gentleman's Dub Club
Format: Vinyl
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From the foundations of The Big Smoke, to the intergalactic heights of Lost in Space, Gentleman's Dub Club's voyage has taken them through "Fire" and "Earthquake" as they stop at nothing to discover and develop their sound. Consistently breaking genre boundaries, the eight Gents have delivered inimitable reggae, dub, ska, jazz, and electronica since 2006, and now, 14 years into their journey, they're returning back Down To Earth with a brand-new mix of beats and bass to kickstart the new year. Partly recorded in Crosstown Studios and partly finished off at home, GDC's eighth studio album was caught up in the midst of lockdown, sparking a window of opportunity to take the production to a whole new level. From live drums to heavy digital work, meticulous detail in the record shines through from the get-go, as album opener "Castle In The Sky" demonstrates. After David Rodigan gave it an early thumbs up and a BBC 1Xtra spin in 2020, the deep bass rumbles, epic string segments, carefully crafted guitar solo and undeniably catchy vocal melodies helped Down To Earth hit the ground running