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Thursday, February 21, 2013

Ott's Wonky Brand of Dub

Posted by on Thu, Feb 21, 2013 at 10:48 AM

(Neumos) Ott & the All-Seeing I are British purveyors of fine semitraditionalist dub with funky undercurrents and wonky, recessive dubstep traits. Now that marijuana is legal in Seattle, their brand of laid-back, expansive, and psychotropic jams should go over like a bong full of whatever is the Northwest's premier strain of marijuana. Ott's history as a studio engineer for far-out innovators like Brian Eno, Steve Hillage, African Head Charge, and the Orb assure that his tracks sound magnificent. That he and his All-Seeing I also have a song titled "Owl Stretching Time" is just a bonus for all the Monty Python's Flying Circus nerds out there.


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