Dusk Dubs returns this week with another incredible journey through sounds, this week, the return of DZG303 with a journey through space inspired sounds.ry and let your users know a little more about you.

 

DZG303's first volume, which should have included a “Government BASS warning”, went down very well with all the Dusk Dubs faithful, and for that reason alone we felt it was necessary to invite him back. We’d like to thank DZG303 for his constant support of every new selector as well as the usual suspects. Since his first volume DZG303 has been down in his ‘Record Vaults’ and this next volume is testament to that.

 

Find him here:

twitter.com/DZG303

 

Here are a few words from the man himself:

 

"First up I’d like to thank Original Gidman, Harrison & General Camel for asking me back for another volume of Dusk Dubs. Cheers fella's.

I was totally blown away by the reception of my first volume and I am seriously in awe of the support and love for the Dusk Dubs series which grows stronger by the day. Big up to you all, you know who you are.

 

For this volume I was digging in my collection looking for suitable tracks while listening to my iPod on shuffle for inspiration. Suddenly a ‘Yello’ tune popped up in my ears that I hadn't heard for a long while (more on that later).

Boom, Dusk Dubs Beyond Earth was born!!

 

Not only aforementioned track, but the band themselves have inspired and amazed me over the years and are true pioneers of electronica. Their first two albums, Solid Pleasure (1980) and Claro Qui Si (1981), are still two of my all-time favourite albums released on The Residents’ Ralph Records, and deservedly so.

 

Anyway I could go on forever about those two bands as Gidman well knows lol.

 

Sit back, close your eyes and drift away. "

 

Tracklist (more detail from DZG303 below)

 

Initiating Start Up
Yello - Solar Driftwood
Apollo 10 God Speed - Actual NASA recording from space
Future Sound of London - Factories & Assembly
Cosmonaut Voice
Arp 101 - Warriors Galactic
Aphex Twin - We Are The Music Makers
Amorphous Androgynous – Ephidrena
Herbie Hancock – Wisdom
Dimensional Holofonic Sound - Venus The Morning Star
Basic Soul Unit - Swept Up
Space Dimension Controller - Mercurial Attraction
Warp 9 - Light Years Away
System 7 - Quest (Moon Mix)
Rhythm & Sound - Poor People Must Work (Carl Craig Remix
Vangelis - Tears in the Rain

Initiating Start Up

 

1// Yello - Solar Driftwood
From the album Pocket Universe (1996). Can’t big up Yello enough but prefer their earlier, more experimental albums although their latest offering is a very nice jazzy sunday affair. Check them out

Apollo 10 God Speed - Actual NASA recording from space

 

2// Future Sound of London - Factories & Assembly
From the album Environments 2 (2008) on their own FSOL label. Love FSOL and anything they do, including Amorphous Androgynous in their psychedelic mode. Well worth checking out

Cosmonaut Voice

 

3// Arp 101 - Warriors Galactic
Released in 2010 on the excellent Eglo Records. This just oozes analogue synthesis, which I love, and sounds real old school with a polished contemporary feel. Class, ramp this one UP

 

4// Aphex Twin - We Are The Music Makers
From the album Selected Ambient Works 85-92 (1992). On the mighty R&S Records, you need this album, 100% classic, Richard D James in full effect. Watch ya bassbins on this one, play it loud

 

5// Amorphous Androgynous – Ephidrena 
From the album Tales of Ephidrina (1993) on Quigley Records. Amazing sounds on this one, early FSOL imprint before AA went psych. More FSOL than AA, but love both their styles

 

6// Herbie Hancock – Wisdom 
From Future 2 future (2001). What can I say about HH?? 21st century Jazz as only he can do. Check the album, a must. Rockit, nuff said

 

7// Dimensional Holofonic Sound - Venus The Morning Star (2002) from Attention Earth People on Tino Corp. Records. Part of the huge Meat beat Manifesto outfit and a don on the electronic front and helped pioneer the art of video scratching!!! amazing.

 

8// Basic Soul Unit - Swept Up (2012) 
Nonplus Records 12". Says it all, get swept up in this one. BOOM

 

9// Space Dimension Controller - Mercurial Attraction (2010) 
On Temporary Thrillz 12” R&S Records. Apparently from the future, another amazing analogue sounding futuristic masterpiece

 

10// Warp 9 - Light Years Away
From Prism Records in 1983! Crucial Electro 1. Classic. Nothing more to say

 

11// System 7 - Quest (Moon Mix) (1993) 
12" on Big Life Records. An early Techno master Float away

 

12// Rhythm & Sound - Poor People Must Work (Carl Craig Remix) (2008) 
Studio !K7 Records. From the album ‘Carl Craig – Sessions’. The don of Detroit Techno comes correct again and again

 

13// Vangelis - Tears in the Rain
From the motion Picture Blade Runner. All time classic