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Clone revives DUB Recordings

After six years, the label is back with details for its inaugural release

  • DeForrest Brown
  • 5 February 2016

After a six year hiatus, DUB Recordings has announced its return to production. Operating as a sub-label of the Dutch underground dance imprint Clone, DUB put out experimental strains of dance music from its inception in 1997 to 2010.

The first issuing is a full-length from the label’s mainstay, Reimer Eising (aka Kettel), whose relationship with the label goes all the way back to Clone's 2002 release of his ‘Cenny Crush’ LP. DUB's revival debut - the 15-track ‘Wingtip’ - compiles years of material into a single product, which was all made while Eising explored composing for video games and commercials.

'Cardinal Baby’, a cut off of the record, can be heard below along with the track list.

1. Poblesec
2. Quickpig
3. Cooked
4. Candace Boulevard
5. Redbud
6. Cardinal Baby
7. Yoong Thief
8. Hardship
9. Id Bitte
10. Here Comes The Gang
11. Inman
12. Hulio
13. The Koi
14. Mousefort
15. Laundry

[Via: Juno]

DeForrest Brown is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter

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