It’s not long ago that I first heard the mastery of the one who goes by earlyW~rm. From the beginning, I connected with his hypnotic sound. I later learned that he’s been dubbin’ it up in T.O. for the past decade. He has quickly become one of my favourite local dub producers. All earlyW~rm tracks deserve a listen. Bonus – he’s graciously generous with the free downloads!
Today marks day one of the new DubSelector.com site. Stay tuned for plenty of wicked tunes and tings.
Turning Point joins the Pressure Drop joint tonight. Featuring A Man Called Warwick, with regular selectors Chuck Boom and Guv’nor General.
Hit The Magpie @ 831 Dundas St. W.
Free before 11pm, $5 after.
Cheap drinks before 11pm!
$3 for PBR and Jager
$3.50 for 50 (Canadian, Eh?!)
$4 for rail
Guaranteed vibes, roots and riddims.
Gladly, there has been quite a resurgence of dub happening in the city. Thanks to some hard working promotion and selecting by the likes of Pressure Drop & K-Zar, there have been monthly events that have been nothing but amazing. So much so, that I’ve decided to revive the reviews on the site. There has been no activity here since 2008, but I intend to revive and archive some of the writings that first appeared on the site, dating back to 2005.
In addition, I’ll have the backing of Laurence T. Roberts providing design support to the site, so even if the reading gets a bit dry, at least we’ll look good!