- Black Seeds, The
Wellington-based band with a unique Pacific blend of soul, funk, reggae, and dub sounds.
- Zion Train (1)
- Twilight Circus (1)
- Perry, Lee "Scratch" (5)
Sites about legendary dub pioneer, Lee "Scratch" Perry -- also known as The Upsetter. Perry's dubbing techniques made him one of the masters of reggae music.
- Prince Far I (1944-1983) (2)
Sites about Prince Far I, the Jamaican roots reggae artist who was known for his deep voice and stream of consciousness style.
- Mad Professor (6)
Find sites about Mad Professor (Neil Fraser), the dub musician and producer who launched the Ariwa Sounds and remixed Massive Attack, Sade, and Pato Banton.
- Sherwood, Adrian (5)
Find sites about influential UK reggae producer Adrian Sherwood, known for his work in dub music and collaborations with artists including Lee "Scratch" Perry and Sly & Robbie.
- King Tubby (1941-1989) (2)
Find sites about King Tubby, the Jamaican "Dubmaster" who is credited for inventing the remix and engineering songs by Lee "Scratch" Perry, Bunny Lee, Augustus Pablo, and others.
- King Jammy (4)
Experience King Jammy (Lloyd James, or formerly Prince Jammy), the Jamaican dub mixer and record producer who pioneered digital rhythm in the reggae world. Find sites about his life, music, and more.
- Pablo, Augustus (1953-1999) (1)
Explore sites about Augustus Pablo, the roots reggae and dub producer who pioneered the use of the melodica and shaped the sound of reggae in the 1970s.
- DUB Congress
News, upcoming live shows, sound bites, and more.
- Jabby, Solomon
Classic dub reggae recording artist.
- Sub Oslo
Improvised dub music from an instrumental group from Texas.