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Boomkat Product Review:
**Includes digital download voucher redeemable from the label** "Luca Fadda and F.S. Blumm return with a new album under the The Quasi Dub Development (QDD) moniker. The name of the album is initiated from two comic characters, that are meant as an ironic comment to the narrowness of the Dub scene: “Stiff-Neck” stands for the intolerant side of the reggae music scene. For him, the music has to stay as it always was, with big egos and always the same off beats. The “Little-Twister” is a lateral thinker who likes to make things happen with a considerable amount of humor. No question about who is going to win that battle for the Quasi Dub Development! Following Little Twister's approach, the band works as an open, modular project: Luca Fadda acts as an electrified trumpet player in New York, runs a club in big apple and organizes the yearly ESE Festival for electronic music. The Berlin based gui- tar player F.S. Blumm just recently released his eighth solo album "Up Up and Astray" on Pin- gipung. He mainly plucks the sub bass for the QDD. Besides contributions from Victor Rice and Sub Atomic Sound System, several Drummers (e.g. Sven Kacirek), and Jason Candler as brass section, it is mainly the outstanding vocals that strike the listener on this album. Next to Lee Perry the Grande Dame of Dance Hall, Lady Ann, toasts on even three tracks. The feature of Mr. Lee Perry ties loose ends for Pingipung, pointing back to the very beginnings of the label. Back in 2002, Pingipung01 included an ode to Lee Perry by Peter Presto. He played an utterly charming version of his favourite Lee Perry hook line, memorized by ear. A “Quasi Lee Perry”, and the Dub Development brings him in for real."