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Children Of Dub

Children Of Dub

Children Of Dub


http://www.childrenofdub.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Children-Of-Dub/127175904031873 Children Of Dub was started by former Zero Gravity member Luke Eastwood. It began in '91 following a one off collaboration with guitarist Demian Castellanos and DJ Quark on what later became the song "Journey to the Inner Light". Demian decided to pursue his own music, returning periodically for live sets and several recorded collaborations. In 1993 Luke Read more on Last.fm
http://www.childrenofdub.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/Children-Of-Dub/127175904031873 Children Of Dub was started by former Zero Gravity member Luke Eastwood. It began in '91 following a one off collaboration with guitarist Demian Castellanos and DJ Quark on what later became the song "Journey to the Inner Light". Demian decided to pursue his own music, returning periodically for live sets and several recorded collaborations. In 1993 Luke took up the name Children Of Dub for this project and joined forces with Zach (also from Zero Gravity) working together on a remix of Psychotropic and playing their live debut at London's Whirl-y-gig. After some musical differences Zach also left to pursue his own music and Luke carried on alone until enlisting Katie Hecker (formerly of Ecstacy Of St Teressa & Revolution 9) as percussionist. Children Of Dub signed to Diversity in April '95, recording their first album joined by Demian on "Journey to...".

The album "The Silent Pool" was released in September, after a trip to India, to rave reviews. Their first tour of the UK was a success leading to gigs and the release of the album in Europe on Incoming! Records. Two EPs - "Nemesis" featuring Whirl-y-gig and Bumpy capers remixes) and "Transcendental" (featuring a live version at Megatripolis) were also released before Diversity folded. Not long after they joined UK indie label Magick Eye Records, with their first single (Adrenochrome) and album (Chameleon) released in 1996.

They went on to release several more albums and singles and made several tours across Europe and UK. ESP (1997), Analog Meditation (1997, USA/Canada/Japan only), Digital Mantras For a Fucked Up World (1998) and Evolution 1995-2001 (2001, a retrospective collection). The core members all now live in different countries and there are no plans to reform or for any further recordings. A retrospective DVD is planned for release in 2013 to mark the 20th anniversary of the band. Read more on Last.fm.

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