Remixers include the likes of Adrian Sherwood, Mad Professor, David Harrow, Concord Dawn, Mu, Groove Corporation and the Sativa Records crew. This release features One Drop North, a documentary of their 2004 sell-out tour of Europe 17 shows across eight countries in 21 days! The collaboration was graced with three special guests: acclaimed te reo singer Whirimako Black, taonga puoro expert Richard Nunns, and leading electronic musician Paddy Free of Pitch Black; all woven together by noted Christchurch arranger and composer Tom Rainey and conductor Hamish Mckeich. Freak Local radio cut 2. Mana Retimana: Extra vocals on Freak Controller Michelle Harrison: Alto Sax on Feel the Season Change and Untangling Freak Controller. Posted: Tue Feb 10, 2004 8:26 pm Salmonella Dub pulled out of the sold-out Rippon music festival at Wanaka after organisers refused to provide more than six guest passes. The hardest thing about Aotearoa as a starting point, and the best thing, is that we are isolated from the industry, we are at the ass end of the universe and it costs so much to get it out there.
Obviously if it is a release tour then a lot of the new stuff. This was followed up with the 20 track double album Freak Controller released at the end of 2009. Salmonella Dub are so impressed with these mixes that they are rushing out white labels for March with the release proper scheduled for April. Well thanks for your time and good luck for the tour. The Salmonella Dj sound system will be out performing to launch this release, playing the Beach Road Sydney July 28 th, The Espy Melbourne July 29 th The Byron Bay Brewery July 30th.
What we want you to do is capture this freakiness on camera, and send it in to us. The competition starts on the 29th July, and will run for two weeks. Nothing is Free is the heaviest of the dub tracks, while the title track Heal Me is unashamedly 80's in its funk influences. Remixes and Radio Cuts is on sale Monday April 3. Rolling Stone - Justine Dunton Rose 2010 Veteran Funksters dish out hard grooves with a sure hand.
Australia Tour Dates: Prince Of Wales - March 5 Universal Playground, Adelaide - March 6 Eathcore Party, Sidney Myre Music Bowl, Melbourne - March 8 Shade muzic. First show was the Westport Race track Tea Rooms Jan 13th 1993 Andrew Penman Guitar samples vocals David Deakins Drums vocals Mark Tyler Bass samples Marcus Putener percussion. Ants Smith: Co-producer and performer on Freak Controller. Conrad Frankland keyboards on debut album. Lacking the funds for cassettes, they raided the bins of a record store and found discarded copies of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles albums that served as their early tape stock.
Stage performer and extra vocals acoustic gat and samples Killervision, Inside the Dubplates and One Drop East, engineer on tracks for Inside the Dubplates. Tiki is obviously double booked with the Concord Dawn lads but Rudeboy Savage is ably abetting on the microphone. Tiki Taane left the band to embark. In 2009 the band released the successful single Freak Local featuring The Mighty Asterix and Whirimako Black. Members of the band then called Golf Course Alligators seized this opportunity and, in late 1992, Andrew Penman guitar , Mark Tyler bass , and Dave Deakins drums became. The Ipswich-based Sativa Records crew reworks Longtime. In April we had Whirimako come down here to Kaikoura running youth programs, song writing and conducting workshops.
The digital release of the album through iTunes comes with an exclusive version of the bands recent cover of the Stranglers track Peaches. This tour will now be immortalised through the release of a live album in September. Freak Local is an anthem to the New Zealand individuals who refuse to conform. In July, Salmonella Dub will play sell-out shows on their 30th tour of Australia where they will road test new material before returning to the studio to finish work on their next album, due for release in October. Dub Tune Barry wasteful - with guest vocals from Whirimako Black. Dope Funk Manoova Wa O Mua - Featuring Whirimako Black. The album boldly melds together the colonial culture of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra with the ancient taonga puoro and te reo through the medium of the dub-rock ethics of Salmonella Dub, the ethereal electronica of Paddy Free, interspersed with the magical vocals of Whirimako Black.
Feel The Seasons Change is more than just a live album - it is an historic document showcasing the coming of age of a distinctive contemporary Aotearoa musical voice. Paddy Free: Engineer for Killervision producer for Inside the Dubplates, Co producer for One Drop East and Freak Controller contributing writer and performer on Feel The Seasons Change, performer for Freak Controller. I feel a bit arrogant saying we created it, I guess we have just been around for a while, but the thing that excites me at the moment about the music is the fusion that is happening and and its an Aotearoa voice, because now we have something reflective of our culture and our landscape. Because of the way you started out, Sal Dub has actually laid a bit of a blue print for electronic, dub and dance music here in Aotearoa. I particularly liked what we came up with in the Up and Running track. While the Salmonella formula hasn't changed much over the years - it's still rooted in dub, with drum'n'bass, soul and rock elements - it's remarkable how fresh they're sounding after more than 15 years as a band.
The first result in this creative process is their 6th album proper Heal Me. Dope Funk Manoova Wa O Mua — Featuring Whirimako Black. Band member and manager Andrew Penman said the band should not have to pay for their partners to attend - and with 11 people in the Salmonella stage line-up these days, six passes just won't cut it. Joining Salmonella Dub on stage for the Freak Local tour are Paddy Free from Pitch Black, The Mighty Asterix and special guests Ladi 6 and Parks and Budspells in Melbourne Brisbane and Sydney. So getting back to the new album and your upcoming tour of Australia — how does Sal Dub and New Zealand dub sound go down over there? The project was graced by special guest performances in the form of the superlative voice of acclaimed Te Reo singer Whirimako Black; the haunting sounds of renowned taonga puoro expert Richard Nunns; and leading electronic musician Paddy Free of Pitch Black. Co-producer for One drop East.
If you read my review in jmag of Salmonella Dub's last album 'Heal Me' you'll know that i was bitterly disappointed. Dub Tune Barry wasteful — with guest vocals from Whirimako Black. The story begins with Conspiracy Dub, Drifting and Push On Thru, expressing the first wave of colonial desire to escape from the conspiracy of the upper classes industrial revolution. So it sounds like Salmonella Dub have been very busy. Drum engineering on One Drop East. Facing an unexpectedly hefty tax bill in 2003, the band returned to the studio to quickly record their fifth album, , to pay it off.
With such an extensive back catalogue how do you decide what tracks to play, on tour? It was around this time that their engineer David Wernham left to work with Head Like a Hole and Shihad and was invited to join the band as live engineer. Freak Local track listing: 1. After the relatively downbeat Heal Me the band decided it was time to hit out with a more strident live feel. Branded as a band that defies the label of yet another alternative Roots group, at the Hi Fi West End last Saturday evening Salmonella. Yeah totally, everything reinvents itself eventually, things rise and fall. Salmonella Dub will then view the footage and decide who will be chosen to feature in their next video.