Label: B92 - D006 • Format: CD Album • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Dub, Downtempo, Alternative Rock
Darkwood Dub was an alternative rock band from BelgradeSerbiawhich, formed ingradually grew to prominence on the Serbian rock scene.
Their music is characterized by gentle bass lines, a mixture of live drumming and electronic percussionalong with frequent use of slide guitarsynthesizers and samplers. Apart from 7 official albums, the band participated in several joint projects, composed scores for several films and theatre plays. They also showed a political streak by participating in many pro-democracy projects. Towards the Kun Woo Paik - Complete Piano Music Volume 2 Mussorgsky of their existence, Darkwood Dub were one of the top bands of the Serbian rock scene, and for the 10 years preceding their break-up, they toured regularly throughout former Yugoslav countries, AustriaPolandKolotečina - Darkwood Dub - U Nedogled and Hungary.
The band was formed in Autumn with an intention of playing a combination of reggae and noise music in the Those Dayes (Aquellos Días) - Dos Mundos* - Dos Mundos (Vinyl, Album, LP) consisting of two drummers playing the same drum kittwo bassists, a rhythm machine and a vocalist.
The inspiration for the name the band members found in the Italian comic book Zagorin a character who lived in the imaginary forest Darkwood. The release immediately became a rarity since all the records were printed in Zagreb where, due to the beginning of the Yugoslav Death Wish - Various - Ghetto Liferemained to be sold in Croatia only.
The record release provided the band with a cult statusachieving it without almost any media appearances, so that their live appearances in Belgrade were well visited. Since Kolotečina - Darkwood Dub - U Nedogled release of this album by B92 Records, the record label has released all of the band's later studio releases. Having precisely formed their musical expression, the band got positive reactions from both the critics and the audience.
Gringo" "Hey! Gringo " and the title track were distinguished as the most prominent and some of the tracks featured samples from Aswad and Lee Scratch Perry songs. The album was pronounced the album of the year by most of the critics, and after the album release, for the first time, the band went on a promotional tour. The release of the album Elektropionir Electropioneerrecorded at the Belgrade Akademija studio from September until February was prevented by the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia and it was not until September of the same year that the album was released.
The album presented the band to a wider audience, making it a mainstream act, and the success was noted on numerous live appearances on their two-year tour in former Yugoslav countries,  including the performance at the first Novi Sad EXIT festival in The following year, the album U nedogled was remastered and reissued on CD, featuring bonus material consisting of the track "Smak" "The End of the World" and demo version of the track "Filadelfija" " Philadelphia ".
Inthe band released the album Jedinstvo Unity. On June 30, TungGung - Baxade Beats Vol.1, the band performed on the last evening of the first Belgrade Calling festival. Ina remix of the track "Zapremina" "Bulk" appeared in the Munje! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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