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March 7, 2021

Dubmariners on a mission

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Live, Dubmarine are nothing short of a phenomenon. Over the last couple of years, the band has done it the old fashioned way, earning themselves a must-see reputation through a relentless touring and festival schedule. Led by the vocal gymnastics of indigenous superstar and Gangulu man D-Kazman, the nine piece create deep dancehall, reggae, dub, and drum and bass rhythm pandemonium on stage, fusing elements of music from all around the world.

Two years ago Dubmarine packed a punch having returned from a highly successful European tour taking in shows in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and The Czech Republic through June/July. Add to that their recent nominations for a Deadly in the Best Band of 2010 category and a Q Song award, the platform was set for their long-awaited full-feature release.

Since then the band has powered – Dubmarine are on a mission; to produce the sound and fury of electronic music live, in all of its bass crunching, rhythm pounding, hip shaking fiendish glory, all played by musicians, all real.

See Dubmarine at the Currumbin SoundLounge on Friday.


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