Other Worlds Of Dub

by Twilight Circus

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Jamaican riddims and snakelike Arabic melodies, performed by an Anglo ex-pat residing in the Netherlands - now that's world beat. Ryan Moore's Other Worlds of Dub opens with a hollow clatter of rock-steady drums and a woozy lick that sounds like a trombone. It soon becomes apparent that the brass is actually a manipulated human voice wailing on a centries-old, open-throated theme. The remarkable fluidity of this transition makes a statement or two about the durability and timelessness of head music, of which Other Worlds is a stellar example. According to Moore's spare liner notes, his drums were recorded during a two month period in Vancouver, while all overdubs were added during a second recording session in the Netherlands. Like the best dubwise records, these echoey drums provide rhythm enough to carry the whole project; on top, Moore's sythetic blips, gurgles and washes add color like sunbursts on the back of eyelids. Traditional reggae instruments and ideas share space as well: 'Indian' for instance, features a borrowed bass riff from Bob Marley's 'Night Shift' off Rastaman Vibration. Not a bad place to look for ispiration.
James Sullivan - OPTION MAG

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released May 2, 1996

Credits

Mixed & produced by – Ryan Moore
All Instruments – Ryan Moore
Artwork – Red Bol
Engineer [Drums Recording] – Darryl Neudorf

Silverman - synth flute track 4
Christian Thorvaldson & Ziggy Sigmund - guitar loop track 3

Drums recorded Dec 94-Jan 95 at The Miller Block, Vancouver, Canada.
Overdubs took place during Spring & Summer 95 at Chez Dots and Studio Klaverland, The Netherlands.
Mixed at Studio Dots, Klaverland, Summer 95.

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Twilight Circus UK

'Wrestles with history's titans & leaves the ring commanding 'nuff respect' - SPIN Mag / Jeff Chang

'Among the best of any current reggae producers in the World' - Tape Op Mag / Larry Crane

".. the heaviest original dub sounds on the planet!.. Twilight Circus is the top sound. ." - XLR8R / Frosty

"Ryan Moore is one of the few keeping the sound of modern dub alive.." - Mean Street / B. Phillips
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