Asian Dub Foundation, midi warriors of the 21st century!
Their unique sound is a combination of hard jungle rhythms, dub bass lines, industrial, energetic punk rock guitars, sitar and haunting sounds sampled from traditional Indian music, supported by militant, fast and burning rap-ragga lyrics !
Recognized as one of the best live bands in the world, during their long and productive career Asian Dub Foundation shared the stage with the likes of bands such as Rage Against The Machine, The Cure and Radiohead.
They‘ve just completed their new and most anticipated album ever titled “MORE SIGNAL MORE NOISE”, available all over the world from 10th of July 2015 on ADF Communications / Believe Recordings: it promise to be a real sonic revolution, back to the real dub and militant sound of the band with a new approach, due to the return of mastermind musicians such as bassist and founder DR DAS, the Jamaican singer Ghetto Priest, and with the new entry of flute/beatboxer Nathan Lee.
This brand new album is filled up of new and powerful hits along with some special rearrangements like the one of super single “Flyover” (2004) this time sang together by Ghetto Priest and Aktar.
Everything was composed to give a new and more powerful perspective on the already massive live performances of ADF that makes every show one of a kind.
This new phase can be strongly felt in the first single of the new album, “Zig Zag Nation”, released last year: filmed in Sao Paulo (Brazil) the song defines a return to the early sound of the band with a new and loud approach while the lyrics are a though description of people’s life in this new era of globalized capitalism and new economy.
Their most recent project is a live revisitation of George Lucas’ THX 1138, premiered in Brooklyn, August 2014.
ADF has already headlined big festivals like Exit festival (Serbia), Rock For People (Czech Republic), Couleur Cafè (Belgium) and their new live set promise to set fire on stages all over the world.
We are now taking festival bookings for summer 2016 and for a winter venue tour.