The audio production and composition style of Greg Hunter (Spectralite / Waveshaper) is always light years ahead of the sonic spectrum of the day and this release proves no less engagist with a hyper-contemporary juxtoposition of neo-digital textures and cultural audio spaces.
If you’re looking for the joyous rapture of the obvious, then you had better turn off here. Dubsahara’s music revels in Daring to Be Different, a sonic surfers guide to a post-apocalytic paradise, a mashup of the intertextural future of the sonic diorama of world affairs in our time, challenging pulses of subtle distortion that seemingly reflect the endless aggression that tearing through the course of human history, flickers of melodic mystery that shimmer, broken like a mirror of consciousness by the endless turmoil of humanity and yet forming a holosonic paradigm of incredible music.
The Music of Dubsahara is like Birth, Life and Death itself, in an instant, containing both infinite complexity, challenging spaces and divinely ecstatic realms. True Union of the Sacred and the Profane.