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As can probably be pretty easily gleamed from its name, Yellow Dubmarine is a reggae and dub outfit that puts a Caribbean spin on the Beatles' catalog. The band is made up of several musicians who came together after meeting in the local Baltimore and Washington D.C. music scenes. Because of the storied source material it pulls from, Yellow Dubmarine is an extremely accessible group, even for listeners who may never have previously considered themselves reggae or dub fans. The band's mellow upstroke guitar and thick bass line treatment of the Beatles' classics recently resulted in Abbey DUB, a track-by-track rendition of Abbey Road.
Based on the life of Pippin, the son of Charlemagne who suffered from a spinal deformity, the musical tells the story of Pippin as he grows into adulthood and learns what will be the purpose of his life. Themes of adolescence, family, ambition and love pervade this comedy. Songs include "On the Right Track" and "Magic to Do."
Dirtyphonics is an electronic music group from Paris that is being celebrated by its many fans throughout the world as one of the better drum-and-bass acts on the scene today. Celebrated by several music publication as being one of the harbingers of the future of drum and bass, Dirtyphonics has managed to hit upon an especially successful synthesis of several electronic music genres in order to create a style that's currently held in high esteem by the band's peers and its many fans. Since releasing several chart topping tracks, including the particularly celebrated mix "Vandals," the Paris-based drum and bass quartet is becoming more and more of regular fixture at clubs and on electronic music radio stations throughout the world.