Satellite Dub

Satellite Dub

 Glasgow, Scotland, GBR

"... It'd take a brave man to bet against this being a cult club smash" - News Of The World


The name Satellite Dub may conjour up images of other worlds, but behind the psuedonym is Mr Craig Brown, a man with his feet firmly on planet earth. The past few years have seen a complete change of direction for the former guitarist. Putting his five string to the side, Craig decided to immerse himself deep into the world of synthesizers, samplers and music software, focused on learning how to use (and abuse) the cutting edge technology he had to hand. Satellite Dub's core sound is an ever evolving layer of electronic textures, synths, drums, and melody. Pulsing sonic rhythms are woven together by rolling, delicate hooks to make up this unique interstellar soundscape. Whilst influenced by such peers as Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine, Death In Vegas, Autechre and DJ Shadow, Craig's passion for the more obscure also draws comparisons to such styles of music as Krautrock, Psychedelia and the work of a number of Avant Garde composers.

Highlights include : Airplay from DJs Rob Da Bank, Vic Galloway, Steve Lamacq, Huw Stephens & Jim Gellatly. Live session for Radio Magnetic. Showcases at Go North, T-Break & Musicworks. Support slots with Digitalism, Calvin Harris, Christ., Max Sedgley & Future Engineers. Filmed by BBC Scotland performing for The Music Show. Filmed performing live and interviewed by STV.


London Has More Lights EP (SDUBCD04)
Click To Enter EP (SDUBCD03)
Power Off Einstein EP (SDUBCD02)
Sessions #1 : Volume Is Necessary (SDUBCD01)

Tracks from all CDs have received airplay on Radio 1, Radio Scotland, Radio Magnetic and more from DJs including Steve Lamacq, Rob Da Bank, Vic Galloway and Jim Gellatly.

Set List

Magnolia Lane
Jesusfreak Part 1
Duchenne Smile
Trying To Stop A Tank With Your Hands
Plans Of Smoke And Mirrors
London Has More Lights
Hardware Software Nowhere
Red Morning Trouble
Power Off Einstein

Set length : 30 - 40 minutes.