Mayd Hubb went into exile in Joe Pilgrim's company for a third album from the moon. Taken to task between the earth and the infinite of space, the duo tries to find a meaning to human existence drawing its inspiration in the heart of the satellite.
From darkness to light, the ambivalence of their mystical message gives us a deep analysis of the soul, searching the exit door in the chiaroscuro, observing with a meditative look the different realities which compose us. Far from political's drift and finance's empires, "Mellowmoon" resounds like a return to the roots, pointing the hold-up mind that we live to better open the doors of the universal contemplation.
In this time of worldwide confusion, Shanti D reminds us that politic is everybody’s concern. He points out that the lack of individual consciousness and involvement toward the community matters engenders political take overs and a weakening of the democracy.
Inspired by his Greek origins, Shanti D delivers an even more genuine message through haunting lyrics emphasized by a deep and hypnotic style.
Signed by the distinctive Mayd Hubb’s touch, the music doesn’t let any breathing space free thanks to meditative loops and a profound mental mix.
Mayd Hubb revisits a track of Lobe Radiant Dub System for the Jarring effect label, which is celebrating its one hundredth reference in a compilation of remixes.
A return to the sources with High Tone, Kaly Live Dub, Brain Damage, OBF and many other artists who have built the made in france dub foundations.
A Jamaican rhythmic base, some English skank, American machines and singer style, TelDem Com'unity is a French dub band working at the gates of Europe, influenced by the trans-Atlantic roots of the genre.
Their first album "Ground Zero" means above all the idea of the starting point for spreading their music, placing the band at the epicenter of the Dub movement, always ready to sweep all over the France. So expect a powerful urban wave tinged by soul, resonating within the walls of the concrete jungle, a unifying music proving that the dub has not yet released its latest bombs and must now rely on TelDem Com'unity as one of its most worthy representative of the hexagon.
After two CD albums of high quality, Mayd Hubb comes on vinyl for the first time.
Three titles of "The Blue Train" are revisited and remixed by three high-wire artists. Scanone (Uk) Istari Lasterfahrer (Ger) and l'Oeuf Raid (Fr). Enough to vibrate boomers with Dubstep and electronica.
In a recurring concern of making music as an invitation to travel, Mayd Hubb appeals the imagination of the listener which becomes on this second album the single occupant of a train without borders.
"The Blue Train" crosses successively from east to west fifteen countries of the world in fifteen tracks, each one inspired by the musical heritage of the country represented. From this interactivity comes the deep feeling that humanity in all its differences, is still unified by the universal identity of music.
While TelDem Com'unity scumed scenes for over 10 years, demonstrating absolute live control, their first real recording came out in 2008 as an EP 5 titles.
Crowned by a remix of the late Manutension (Improvisators Dub), these five tracks confirm the talent of this band with many influences.
First album of Mayd Hubb, following a three-month trip to India. On the road with the photograph Mali Erotico, he recorded the testimony of many Buddhist monks and a multitude of different sounds taken from life, from an old rick shaw transistor in Bombay to the crowd noise in Benares.
Back in France, he composed from this unique sound Bank an intimate music, drawing his inspiration from the Linga Yoni Indian mythologie, symbol of balance between all things and their opposite.