The forgotten art of the dub – Part 4

All this week, I’m going to be delving into the world of house music dubs. An essential inclusion in the sets of house DJs in the 1980s and 90s, dubs have fallen out of favour in recent years. This series is dedicated to exploring some of the best ones.

Today, we go back two decades to 1998…

It’s no exaggeration to say that Tuff Jam were everywhere in 1998. The likes of Grant Nelson may have been the trailblazer for the British garage sound, but Tuff Jam took it to the next level. Every remix they did was underground yet still accessible. And there were few areas they shone more than in their dubs.

It was hard to pick just one. In the end, I decided to go for a less obvious one. Their vocal mix of this Jocelyn Brown cover is sensational, but the dub manages to go in a different yet no less intriguing directionno less intriguing direction