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On 9th May Dreadzone, the fervently followed British institution and original pioneers of UK bass culture present The Good The Bad And The Dread – a compendium of their excellent musical story so isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co going strong after seventeen years, Dreadzone have carved a large niche and cult following. Hit records, critical acclaim and a huge, devoted fan base are theirs, due in part to their.
Sonically Professor Skank and Bazil show us the way ahead as the masters of the mix on a release that springs from Dread Central. As you will hear the Dreadzone family tree has grown new branches, with artists bearing new fruit that demand further exploration. .
The Good, the Bad and the Dread, their first retrospective, highlights just how much their eclectic blend of reggae, techno, ska, and hip-hop is stamped all over the dubstep, drum'n'bass, and breakbeat genres, even if only one of its 16 tracks will be instantly familiar to the casual clubber.7/
Those familiar with Dreadzone will undoubtedly welcome this compilation like an ice cold bottle of Red Stripe beer while lying lazily in the sun. This is summertime, head bobbing, foot moving, feel-good music at its best from the introductory Zion Youth to the final rhythms of American Dread/5(10).