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Tommy Dubs

Tommy Dubs Warzone producer | hailing from Ocean Beach bringing bass burners and dub tracks with some of the most respected international talent to your ears.

The Grimey backdrop of Ocean Beach has provided inspiration and a musical playground for Tommy Dubs to perform and develop his truly unique sound. Taking elements from Dub/Dancehall, Salsa, Hip Hop, Pop and Rock Tommy fuses together a seamless sound that captivates everyone from the most traditional reggae head to the snobbiest scenster.

As a prodcuer Tommy Dubs has worked with Digital Underground, Gibby Haynes, Tippa Lee, Richie Spice, Gadfly, Warsaw Poland Bros., The WATCHLIST and Mike Pinto to name a few.

Radio INDY Review:
Step into a realm where Tommy Dubs creatively delves into a diversity of styles consisting of dancehall, Hip-Hop, rock, Latin, to name a few, on his latest album, “En Los Campos.” This fourteen track CD has a lot to offer as each song creates its own vibe with vocal and instrumental interaction. The first track, “Another Day Hustlin’ (feat. Touch of CAS)” features suave Hip-Hop vocals that are complemented by smooth guitar riffs and a sensuous, sultry beat. Listen as the smooth flowing and flavorful beat of “The Takeover (feat. Tippa Lee)” whirls you into a new genre with Jamaican vocals rooted with percussive tonality. Get ready to move your feet as you hear the spectacular syncopated rhythms of “La Pampa (feat. Solrak)” bustling with Latin flair. Another distinctive treasure, “Snake and the Apple (feat. Shock G & Humpty Hump)” reveals mysterious sax riffs which swarm around the word play of the steady flowing vocals. Take a spin on the outstanding and talented album, “En Los Campos” as it will please fans of electronica with its variety of sounds and textures.



Be sure to check out his live project, "the WATCHLIST" and his now defunct band, "Gadfly".