Canadian staff Seekersinternational (sometimes abbreviated to SKRSINTL or simply SKRS) create a few of the most warped, dislocated dub imaginable. Recalling Adrian Sherwood’s strangest productions as well as the lo-fi visual from the Jahtari label, their paths deconstruct ’80s dancehall rhythms until they’re totally twisted and lopsided, adding even more blown-out echo and hold off than also Scientist or Lee “Damage” Perry would consider necessary. The staff includes a revolving lineup including many music artists through the Vancouver underground music picture, and Seekersinternational produces don’t identify which people participated within their creation. Their uncommon live performances possess ranged from dubplate DJ classes to laptop units. Seekersinternational produced their debut with some mystical self-released 7″ singles close to the end from the 2000s. Then they released many collaborations with Vancouver-based ambient dub techno maker wzrdryAV. Brad Rose, creator from the Digitalis label, became enamored with both performers, and released Seekersinternational’s debut LP, THE DECISION from Below, in 2012 (aswell as two following wzrdryAV tapes). Produces continued on extra labels, like the 2014 cassettes Rootprinciple and Reconsiders the Vampire’s Curse. Boomarm Country released the Her Imperial Majesty LP in 2015, and Bokeh Variations issued the enthusiasts rock-inspired LoversDedicationStation in 2016. The entire year also saw the discharge of Inna Dancehall Showdown (a cooperation with MX7 that was originally slated to become released by Digitalis many years earlier, prior to the label folded) and RaggaPreservationSociety (a cassette of mutated ragga-jungle).