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OICHO Dubclash
  • OICHO / David Harrow
  • Dr DUB
: OICHO / DAVID HARROW :David Harrow could easily play on musical heritage if he wanted, but that’s not his style. The man hasplayed with enough true legends of overground and underground music for several lifetimes,and coulddine out for years on the hair-raising stories of far out and extreme musical scenes he’s been involvedwith. But what links all his musical adventures so far is a constant quest for new and stimulatingsounds, and that applies as strongly now as when he first launched into the post-punk climate at theend of the 1970s.So through synth-soaked new wave and Neue Deutsche Welle, defining
a techno blueprint with poetAnne Clark ,onto the San Francisco disco scene, through going deep into dub and experimentalelectronics as part of On-U Sound and PTV, through the dirty rave haunts of London with AndrewWeatherall, through huge international tours with The Orb, through a huge pop smash with Billie RayMartin, through his live drum’n’bass extravaganzas, through the filmscore world, on through theCalifornian dubstep and weird-beat scenes to the esoteric ambient soundscapes and percussionsketches he releases today, Harrow is always, as a wise man once said “on to the next one”. And thathunger for the next sound, the next new idea, is what keeps his music as dazzlingly exciting as it hasever and bookings : david@davidharrow.comwebsites : / DR DUB :From a secret location in Limbabwanesia, versionist extraordinaire Patrick Dokter (a.k.a. Dr Dub) operates his 'sonic surgery station'. His house - somewhere in the deep south of the Netherlands - is packed with ancient analog gear. Playing his sound machines and a mixing desk like a live instrument, Dokter breaks all boundaries of sound and mind. Fully intuitive and packed with emotion, he creates what Adrian Sherwood once described as 'NASA space flight dub chaos'. His style was inspired by the likes of ON.U Sound/Adrian Sherwood, Lee Perry (Black Ark), Trevor Horn (ZTT) and 1980s 12" remix culture.Dr Dub remixed for the likes of Tackhead, Asian Dub Foundation, African Head Charge and many more. As a DJ he opened for Mark Stewart & the Maffia, Skip McDonald and the rhythm section of legendary rockband Living Colour (Headfake Sound System). He also has a residency at Adrian Sherwood's underground club Shanty Town (Ramsgate, UK) and is renowned for his archival work at the ON.U Sound record label.