Dub mixing is the ultimate musical interaction between man and machine. Pioneered by legends King Tubby and Lee “Scratch” Perry in Jamaica in the late 1960s, dub (sometimes referred to as dubwise or dub reggae) transports mixing engineers through time and drops them at the mixing console during a… Read More
Based outside of Charlottesville, VA, Justin Pietro a.k.a. Dub Architect has been heavily involved in the US reggae scene for the better part of the last decade. By blending traditional dubwise reggae remixing techniques with new technology and ideas of what “dub” can mean, Dub Architect aims to bring live dubwise reggae mixing and performance to the forefront of the emerging international scene. Dub Architect has worked with heavy-hitters such as 10 time Grammy nominees Third World,Easy Star All-Stars, John Brown's Body, and was featured on the follow up to 2014's best selling reggae album, Rebelution's Count Me In Remix EP. Live performances bring the Architect's highly customized dub lab to stage and includes remixes of popular reggae songs from around the world along with original material being cut, twisted, and manipulated live.