Fans of velocity garage area and Indian vocals are equally enthralled from the hypno-groova-matic noises of the New York-based cross. Whoever has noticed Goa trance knows the idea of East-West fusion, but creator/vocalist/maker Sean Dinsmore (DJ Cavo) brought his reggae and rock and roll sensibilities to carry on all Dum Dum Task efforts, finding yourself with a audio that is a lot more unforgettable than Goa. Dinsmore 1st received renown while fronting the ska music group the Toasters and, later on, the reggae group Unity 2. When Unity 2 finally disbanded in 1992, Dinsmore spent a year or two reacquainting himself with psychedelic rock and roll greats from your ’60s and ’70s — especially using the Eastern-influenced later on Beatles albums. His following foray in to the music globe was as frontman of Supercuz, today’s rock and roll group with a considerable dosage of Eastern audio. Two from three from the Dum Dum Project’s primary users (Dinsmore and guitarist/sitarist Jason Goodrow) had been in Supercuz. Following a stint on RCA that resulted in EP produces in European countries and Japan (1995), Dinsmore was off on another spirit- and beat-seeking trip. That one was a physical one. And in addition, he decided to go with India as his destination. The trip inspired Dinsmore to start out his personal label, Grooovy Seems Unlimited, together with musical colleague Jeremy Hurley. Even while he continuing to record and perform music for Supercuz, Dinsmore continuing to research the thought of an East-West fusion recording, and in 1999, he proceeded to go into the studio room with Goodrow and percussionist Phil Painson, not forgetting many acclaimed Indian visitor artists. Thus was created the Dum Dum Task. The debut recording, Desi Vibes, produced a splash within the underground electronica picture because of its innovative mixture of Eastern vocals, Traditional western spoken term, hip-hop, downbeat, and breakbeat. It received plenty of spins on r / c and at exclusive nightclubs in NY and LA. The track “Air flow India” became an Ibiza anthem, guaranteeing the group’s achievement on the worldwide stage. Follow-up recording Export Quality premiered in the summertime of 2001.
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