THE Dubber is an urban folk artist based out of Washington D.C. His musicial scope cover all genres of music. With over twenty years of music under his belt, he's bringing it back to it's roots with - In the Temple of...
Dermot Hussey - Program Director XM Radio 101
It's amazing !!! I had THE Dubber album in a pile of things to listen to, but didn't do so for a while. When I did, I was pleasantly surprised because THE Dubber had something different. He have a nice reggae feel crossed with the blues. And his guitar sounds...amazing.
J. Cooper - Columbia's freetimes Aug 23-29 2006
THE Dubber (aka Breath) takes his cue from poet Robert Frost and takes the road less traveled to desend upon Columbia, offering an alternative-yet delectable dish of musical euphoria in a pot filled with acoustic reggae seasoning. Same great taste, but without the over-processed fluff and filler of current pop radio.
Kevin Oliver - Columbia's freetimes Dec 13-19 2006
THE Dubber is a Washington,D.C., musician with roots in funk and hip-hop from his years in Los Angeles. His more recent work is anchored in the worldview and sounds of reggae, taking the socio-political side of Bob Marley melding it with the contemporary spin of The Roots. He calls his music "urban folk," and there's more than a little Gil-Scott Heron or Richie Havens in what he does with an acoustic gutiar.