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REVIEW: DUBMARINE - DEPTH OF SOUND
Depth Of Sound

Dubmarine
Depth Of Sound

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The Point Sunshine Coast Underground Music Portal
I’ve known of the Brisbane band for a while (hell, I downloaded the clip to Point the Bone), but this is my first live experience. The band are in full swing, but the crowd, as appreciative as they may be, are just sitting around. This has a bit of an effect on the band, UNTIL, the Bridges crew, the Bump Crew, and The Point all move down the front and start dancing, and VOILA! Instant dance floor, and others follow suit, which transfers on to the band.

I do have to say, this band is f*cking awesome. And vocalist, Kat, phwoar. I’ve sworn off blondes for a while, but if she came up, I’d forget about that for a second. And the girl can SING. The whole outfit are ultra-tight and know how to work the crowd. Big fat bass sounds, bold brass, tight snappy drums and samples, the right mix of guitar and synths, and the combined power of the two charismatic vocalists make this band a juggernaut of the live music scene in Queensland. They’re launching their new CD, ‘Depth of Sound’, so if you’re not aware of these guys yet, go see them at Nambour Originals and then get a copy of the CD. They try out a few new tracks which are very dubby and super dancey, but it was when they cranked out Point The Bone that the crowd really got into it. I’m looking forward to seeing them in 2 days time at Nambour Originals.

Big Sound Showcase September 2010 - Not Street Press
I finally got to see West End’s very own Dubmarine rip out such tunes in the flesh at the Big Sound Showcase where I was doing lights. Yes, they woke me up and broke the spell of indie bands that was beginning to get slightly repetitive after sitting behind a lighting desk on the same stage for 6 hours. Dubmarine gave me something to get very excited about. They not only deliver the perfect Dub sound and giant load of funky skank I’ve been waiting for with fat basslines, tight drumming, horns weaving in and out through the soaring vocals, but also deliver a physical performance exuding energy and passion that will leave you mesmerized and unaware that your feet are dub stepping seemingly with a mind of their own. Leading the rhymes and vocals, Captain D-Kaz Man and Commander Cat Walker rule the stage, creating an almost theatrical presence and on-stage dialogue that makes it a performance worth watching.