Two years and a half after the start of the production, finally we’ve got the last name that was missing on tape:
Lee “Scratch” Perry is now part of the long list of artists interviewed for the documentary!
Jamaican dub music and it’s influence on the development of hip hop and electronic music.
The documentary is taking longer than expected to be completed, wich turned out to be a good thing, since this gave us the opportunity to shoot some more interviews and live footage.
Meanwhile, the art and motion graphics move in full steam. The logo, the book and some other references from “Dub Echoes”, designed by Dimáquina, were selected for two books: Tres Logos and Zoom In Zoom Out. Take a look.
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Only now dub is starting to get really noticed in Brazil.
Época Magazine printed a story about it and talked a little about “Dub Echoes”. Read it in portuguese or get Google’s rough english translation.
Two articles about dub and “Dub Echoes”, written by the documentary director Bruno Natal, published on O Globo, one of Brazil’s most important newspapers, on the Rio Fanzine section.
Click on the images to enlarge it and find out how everything went down in Jamaica and in the US & England (in Portuguese).