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Deepfried Dub

Deepfried Dub

Deepfried Dub


Deep Fried Dub is an electronic duo that came about from the joining of forces of two Melbourne based producers Ben Hartley (A.K.A B. Hartless) and Ben Dudding (A.K.A Dr. Benway). The two producers originally met in Auckland (NZ) where they formed the electronic dance group Redivider in 1996. Their early involvement in integral events such as 'The Gathering' helped form the early dance music scene in New Zealand and gained them a cult following and extensive radio play on alternative radio. Read more on Last.fm
Deep Fried Dub is an electronic duo that came about from the joining of forces of two Melbourne based producers Ben Hartley (A.K.A B. Hartless) and Ben Dudding (A.K.A Dr. Benway). The two producers originally met in Auckland (NZ) where they formed the electronic dance group Redivider in 1996. Their early involvement in integral events such as 'The Gathering' helped form the early dance music scene in New Zealand and gained them a cult following and extensive radio play on alternative radio. In 1997 Redivider released the track 'isorhythmic' on the compilation 'AK '97', a collaborative project documenting the Auckland electronica scene at the time. Ben and Ben both moved to Melbourne in 2000 along with fellow producer Freq (Aran Gallagher) where they formed the production studio 'Polygon Labs'. Initially working on solo projects under the pseudonyms B. Hartless and Dr.

Benway, the two started collaboration again in 2003 with a new dubwise sound. After playing numerous festivals in New Zealand (such as 'Alpine Unity'), Deep Fried really started getting recognition in Australia when they started playing at a number of high profile festivals such as 'Earth Dance' and 'Rainbow Serpent'. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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