Dub Incorporation @ Overjam 2014, Photos

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Dub Incorporation was really something different, unusual but unique. Somehow their sound evoked a heightened sense of emotion  and excitement. Perhaps just the vibe and audience brought everything together. This French-Algerian has their own way of putting Reggae and Dub into one pot and creating a powerful potion.

Dub Inc. has been around for some time now and perhaps there always will be groups that might not know of and when they are brought to out attention and we do come across them, our appreciation for Reggae and their contribution to the industry will be proven by our following particularly them. Dub Inc. has definitely caught my attention though. Based Saint Etienne, France Dub Inc started their group in 1997, with their range of styles in their music they have managed to capture the hearts of many including dancehall, dub, ska and even rap. One of the most interesting aspects about Dub Inc is that their music is influenced by African and Arab music and the mixture of languages, French, English, Arabic and Kabyle.

Seeing them for the first time live on stage at Overjam was fantastic enjoyed their performance.

Written by: Lauren,  Photos by: Yeke




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Lauren, a professional communications expert from South Africa, loves to learn new languages and cultures. She is always willing to share her expertise on the African culture and lifestyles. Through her social interactions with others, she decided her own social projects in her homeland to launch Africa.

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