Dub L.F.O
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Dub L.F.O


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"TV interview"

2005, a broadast about the band and an interview of the band's members. the biggest national channel in Israel. - Channel 2, Israel

"Music channel"

2007, an interview of the band and a clip for "no place to run" - 24 Israel music channel


LP's "Back to the jungle" Debut Album (2006)
singles "No place to run", "one step" (2006)
Single "move!" (2008) from the new album, release 2009




Genre: Electric-Rock-Reggae

Album Released: Back To The Jungle

Online: dublfo.com

Email: dublfo@gmail.com

Singles Released: "One Step"
"No Place To Run"

" fine reggae beats, this is what young musicians should do today"
-mad professor 18 august 07


Dub LFO (Low Frequency Oscillation) is quite
"'An appropriate name for this quintet from Israel
as their music oscillates from straight forward,
sunny reggae to overdriven,
drum n' bass heavy dub''.
Text Rohit Bhatia(world of India)

It began when the 5 piece finished another amazing set at the epic club Jah-Pan in Southern TLV. The club owner was blown away from the a-typical moves and hooks on a dub song that they topped the night off with, he invited them to headline a reggae festival two weeks later . The next morning the band locked themselves in a bomb shelter for two weeks
straight and built the foundations of what would become the first album "Back To The Jungle". 14 days later, they emerged with 12 new songs, crystallized and powerful...Yes; this is the story of a band that is steppin' out of Zion, the original lions'.

Those 14 days underground, sparked a fire through out the country. Dozens of National festival requests and radio interviews ensured, and it wasn't long before word spread again; this time to music festivals through out Europe. Organizers of "Fete del Musique" & Szgiet (one of the Largest Festival In Europe) were quick to recognize DUB's talent.

What is the band about:
"The essence of DUB L.F.O reflects through the live shows...its' about making bodies move while delivering a message that speaks to the heart of the reggae soul...truth, passion, freedom, overcoming the Babylon." - Roi Avital (front man of the group). Already thousands of people have been affected by the sound and minds of DUB L.F.O; Their music has even been described by some critics as the answer to epic dub, producer Adrian Sherwood's album "Becoming A Cliché".
DUB L.F.O's is now playing dozens of show's back in the original Zion (Israel) and working on finish their second album, that will be release in the end of 2009, The band has also start working on their international acts across the world in 2009 .

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