Start The Music EP

by Jake Dubber

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Andrew Dubber Loud noises from the room formerly known as my office. Favorite track: Start The Music.
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Morgan Gleave Jake makes funky, fresh and joyful sounds... Head shaking, foot tapping dubby goodness. Favorite track: Start The Music.
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Start The Music is a short but sweet release consisting of two original tracks and two remixes from a couple of my favourite electronic producers. These guys are wicked.

Benjamin Wylie, based in Australia, produces some of the smartest electronic music I've heard in a while. My music blog, Deep Volt (currently on hold), nearly became the Official Benjamin Wylie Fan Club when I first discovered his music. This guy does some seriously cool stuff.

Fun Blood (aka. Jake Mccormack) was in the year below me in college, studying Music Technology - just like me. We're basically kindred spirits. His laugh will make you laugh.

You should download the EP if you enjoy face-melting bass or have nearby toddlers you'd like to see dance like robots. Do it.


released August 1, 2012

Thanks to Benjamin Wylie and Fun Blood for the amazing remixes, my parents for being awesome and my mates for letting me eat their chips.




Jake Dubber Leeds, UK

I make weird sounds and funky beats when I should be doing uni work.

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