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Asian Dub Foundation's distinctive sound is a combination of hard ragga-jungle rhythms, indo-dub basslines, searing sitar- inspired guitars and ‘traditional’ sounds gleaned from their parents’ record collections, shot through with fast-chat conscious lyrics.
The Mercury Music Prize nominated band have been going for almost 20 years. They formed in 1993 as an outgrowth of the documentary Identical Beat, a film shot at London's Farringdon Community Music House, the site of a series of summer workshops designed to teach South Asian children the essentials of music technology.
It was Primal Scream who finally brought ADF to the attention of the British media. ADF toured the UK with them in the summer of 1997 having by now signed to London. The Primals also collaborated with ADF on the single Free Satpal Ram, which has done much to draw attention to the situation of an Asian man whom they both believe is yet another recipient of British rough justice.
Monday, April 23, 2012
A new music video from Indigenous Resistance & Asian Dub Foundation highlights the insidious land grabbing of indigenous peoples land that is currently happening on a global basis, mostly in developing countries. Whether it is in Mexico or in Ethiopia, large corporations are in cahoots with local governments; who sell them large tracts of l...
Saturday, October 22, 2011
We have just developed a new mobile App for Asian Dub Foundation that will enable their fans to collaborate with them on a future track. Initially just available for Android devices, the App enables users to record and share sound samples with Asian Dub Foundation. The band will then go through all samples and use as many as possible on a future ...