Dubskin: Free Album Download


From the college town of Fort Collins, CO comes the five-piece roots reggae band, Dubskin, featuring drummer Cory Eberhard of Pretty Lights. The group, known for their off-beat, bass laden rhythms and spiritually aware lyrics are releasing their sophomore effort, No End In Time, for free on the band's website. Get it here.

With an eye on the past and a foot in the future, Dubskin captures an authentic Caribbean sound replete with soulful vocals, newfangled ska and soaring guitar undertones. Dropping dance ready beats with spot on harmonics is second nature to the band, who has performed along side the likes of Burning Spear, Israel Vibration, Barrington Levy, Morgan Heritage, The Itals, Midnite, Mad Professor and Collie Buddz, to name a few.

The five-piece project features a well-rounded cast of characters including Jamal Skinner (vocals), Eberhard, Jason Wieseler (keys and samples), Phil Salvaggio (guitars) and Dean Curtis (bass). Collectively the project has self-released two rousing albums since their 2006 inception. However, it's No End In Time that showcases the projects ability to shine. The album, which was also mixed and dubbed by Jason "Jocko" Randall (John Brown's Body) has already made a significant buzz on the reggae circuit. Using only the power of community networking and the rumble of word of mouth marketing, the release has registered thousands of downloads.

The project will be taking their upbeat dance party to the streets in 2010, with a number of select performances on the table. With a genuine feel that is both old and new, Dubskin is bound to make waves in the coming year.

Download the free album here.

Dubskin tour dates are available here.


[Published on: 1/29/10]

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