Immediate download of 11-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app.
Feel free to spend as little as £1 here, I'd rather you had my music than couldn't afford it. By the same token, you are encouraged to attempt to win me over with ostentatious displays of wealth. Be as obscenely generous as you like. What would Jesus do?
Bring On The Cannibal Android Robots (BOTCAR) consists of a mix of some new tunes and some reworked older tunes - updated, remixed and now with 80% more 'oonst'.
Despite the previous projects, BOTCAR is essentially my debut album. This is the definitive statement of what I've been working towards - both here in the UK and during my time in India - and stands as a coherent collection of my work to date. I've put a lot of late nights into it, had it professionally mastered and even managed to stop using Helvetica on the cover (which is a big step for me).
Feel free to drop me a line on Twitter (@jakedubber) and let me know what you think of the album. I always appreciate the feedback.
I hope you enjoy it. Play loud.
released 01 April 2012
Thanks to my parents for being so supportive, Jack Slater for playing guitar on the title track, Ian Wallman for mastering the whole album, and everyone at Bandcamp and Soundcloud. You guys are awesome.
Jake Dubber is a UK-based electronic music producer, originally from New Zealand. He spent five months in India, DJing,
producing and stage-managing at a large music festival, and three months in Brazil, collaborating with musicians and producers and working on festivals. His music has been featured in specialist dubstep podcasts and underground electronic music radio shows around the world....more