Strictly dubwise selection featuring some of my favourite Dubs from Don Goliath in order to showcase this artist. First show recorded in Dub Flash's new Above Vieska Studio and the revival of the Dub School show scheme. Listen.
Yet another legendary live feature for Tom Bauminista's Dub Conference radio show on Outta Mi Yard Radio, recorded live and direct at Dub Cave Studios. The meditation was strong in this show: strictly heaviest steppers from start to end, including lots of dubplates. Listen.
All good things are three. Back at Tom Bauminista's Dub Cave Studios for a full take over of his Dub Conference radio show on Outta Mi Yard Radio. Strictly live and direct. Some 3 hours dub craziness in full effect. Listen.
My second appearance at Tom Bauminista's Dub Cave Studios for a special live selection on his Dub Conference radio show on Outta Mi Yard Radio. This show brought the idea for DFR018 to life, thanks to the positive feedback for the played dubplates! Listen.
Special appearance on Jahnabet's Irie Trip radio show (Greece). Listen.
Some kind of promo show for DFR020 Escape Velocity. Listen.
Guest feature for Bauminista's "Dub Conference" at Radio Outta Mi Yard on 25th December 2016. Listen.
A (previously lost, but now re-discovered) recording from my guest show at Radio Fritz from summer 2005. Listen.
A re-build of my DJ set at the Wasteland Festival in July 2015. Listen.
Sometimes I silence myself. No microphone, no announcements. Listen.
The show that got banned from Talawa.fr because it features a song which is not Reggae or Dub. You don't wanna miss that. Listen.
Follow Dubby and her three friends as they are trying to live their lives in the big city. Listen.
Look how crazy I spelled effect in the title. Listen.
Although sometimes never might be better than late. Listen.
Promotion episode for an upcoming gig (with Pensi!) in Hamburg. Listen.
Sometimes I satisfy myself. That's right. Listen.
Nominated for most beautiful title of a radio program in the history of broadcasting. By me. Listen.
What secret? I have no idea what it was. You will have to listen to find out.
For those who understand. Also for everyone else. Listen.
A special for my friends in Holland. Listen.
Another special for my friends at Echo Beach (US). Listen.
A special for my friends at Echo Beach (US). Listen.
The best Suomi Rap mix ever! 4 hours non-stop mix when I refused to go off-air before I was done. Listen.
Aka The Drop. No, I don't know. Whatever. Listen.
Today, the focus is on just one artist: legendary Iration Steppas. Rough and tough. Listen.
Another Dub style is Leftfield Dub which is on the outskirts of Dub music, often blended and mixed with other musical genres or styles. Listen.
Back to Jamaica in this geographical episode. Listen.
Dub and Reggae has many different sub-layers. Since the Finnish summer holidays just started, I play some relaxed sunshine reggae for the pupils and students sunbathing in the parks. Listen.
The French forwarded Dub music to an extra heavyweight level with their digital stepper style (which they sometimes even play analogue). Step it up inna fashion francais. Listen.
Shameful self-propaganda, showcasing my own label on its peak (?) in 2007. Listen.
This episodes takes a listen at the Polish Dub and Reggae scene. Listen.
In this episode, I showcae one of the most important crucial Dub related record label of all time: Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound Records. Listen.
There are various (more or less) famous riddims which are being re-used constantly in Dub and Reggae music. Many of them stem from the 70s in Jamaica. One of my favourite classic riddims is being presented in this show. All featured tracks are based on the Cuss Cuss riddim. Listen.
A special for all soundsystems listening to the radio. I mean the actual speakers. Like scoops. And no, re-reading this text 13 years later, I have no idea what that means. Listen.
A look at Dub and Reggae music from the country I lived in during 2007 (and recorded this radio show for). Listen.
A look at Dub and Reggae music from my motherland Germany. Listen.
The UK is the motherland of modern Dub music, as it took over from Jamaica during the 80s and let it to a new dimension during the 90s. Listen.
The second major drum beat riddim used in Dub music, and for me, THE music genre that I love the most: Steppers Dub. What is a stepper and how does it sound? This episode explains it. Listen.
One of the two major drum beat riddims that are being used in Dub music: the one drop. In this episode I explain how it works and give various examples, from old to new. Listen.
Showcasing contemporary Dub music from 2000 to 2006. Listen.
The best music in the history of mankind: 90s Dub. Unfortunately, I cannot find the audio files of this episode anymore. I have the tracklist though, so maybe I make a new (re)mix some day. Listen.
A look - or better: listen - to Dub music from the 80s, from Jamaica to Europe. Listen.
Professah Dr. Ogue says that dub music is good for your health. Two hour Dub School special with a history lesson about 70s Jamaican dub and reggae music. Listen.