SUNDUB started as a social club of sound.
Some folks go bowling together, but reggae musicians have always found and always shall find a place to jam down with their friends on the big sound. Drum and bass run the scene. The jam is the hang.
Drummy Ben Teters and Josh Bassie Carter initiated such a hang, thus bringing together cross generations of reggae practitioners and enthusiasts alike in the super charged borough of Brooklyn, NY. Out of the club and into the studio, “Wont Go Easy” is the second single that solidifies the sonic projection of this social club for eternity.
Collaborating in production with reggae great Sidney Mills of Steel Pulse on organ (who also mixed the track) and Larry McDonald (percussionist for countless legendary acts like Peter Tosh and Taj Mahal) SUNDUB is creating summer sounds and hot jams for your dub club or your home dome. In the car or on the phone. At the beach with headphones. Feel the introspective, nicely-toasted lead vocal from Joanna Teters as she gives the reggae warning proper with a firm feet-on-the-ground approach to reality. “Oceans filling and emptying again.” She’s talking about what we’re thinking about. Or should be.
The full album Burden Of Love by the social club now-turned-band SUNDUB will be released June 13 with a show at the Knitting Factory in BK, and they are currently running an indiegogo pre-order campaign.