Dubowi kowboje ze... Szwajcarii (!) w natarciu. Debiutancki album zespołu to strzał w dziesiątkę jeśli chodzi o świeży powiew w dubie granym na żywych instrumentach. Do tego klimat gorącej pustyni, wyjętej prosto z filmów Sergio Leone.
Debut full-length from Swiss dub trio by the name of Dub Spencer & Trance Hill is the work of three musicians - Adrian Pflugshaupt, Marcel Stalder and Christian Niederer. Full of space echoes and deep, thick reverb slabs, this is music to really get down and dirty with. Rumbling bass is accompanied by solid percussive overload and some nice bass clarinet solos from Pflugshaupt. Totally instrumental numbers mean the listener just trips right out without any vocal interruptions to get in the way. In fact, the album as a complete whole flows nicely, as the arrangements are thematically a perfect fit. To be fair, not a weak track in the bunch to be found here.
From the slow jamming of "Halleluja" to the harmonica laden power dub of "Dubtember", the album goes from strength to strength. "Nitro" is that perfect bag of scorching hot listening for a humid summer day. - Tom Sekowski; Gaz-eta
11. King Buddy