Clubroot - Clubroot LP - Low Pressure Zone / Embryo / High Strung / Dulcet / Lucid Dream / Birth Interlude / Talisman / Nexus / Sempiternal / Serendipity Dub: Lo Dubs, LP (***NOTE: THIS IS A PRE-ORDER ITEM***). Label: Lo Dubs. Catalogue number: LODUBSLLP. Available to buy on Vinyl Record. Find more tracks by Clubroot - Clubroot LP and more releases on Lo Dubs.
LODUBSLP - Clubroot - I by LoDubs Records, released 23 November 1. Low Pressure Zone 2. Embryo 3. High Strung 4. Dulcet 5. Lucid Dream 6. Birth Interlude 7. Talisman 8. Nexus 9. Sempiternal Serendipity Dub In what by most would be considered a pretty small amount of time, through three full lengths and a smattering of singles, St. Alban's Clubroot has opened and .
Clubroot, introduced by "Low Pressure Zone", presented a dubstep with a calm, floating ambience at first, before turning decidedly sonorous and ponderous in "Embryo", albeit in a misty haze in "High Strung", and delving to a dense, overlaid psychedelia in "Dulcet".
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A guide to Clubroot: biography, discography, reviews, links. British producer Clubroot (Dan Richmond) expanded the vocabulary of dubstep on the all-instrumental Clubroot (Lo Dubs, ). Clubroot redefined the dubstep aesthetics by churning out evocative fleshy organic matter versus the usual icy, skeletal still life of dubstep.