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Zero dB

Remixing duo No dB has imaginatively modified tracks to get a slim swath of Western downbeat acts, earning its credentials with radical post-productions of materials by Peace Orchestra, Trüby Trio, and Suba, amongst others. No dB regulars Chris Vogado and Frank de Jojo (aka Neil Combstock) shaped around their very own label, Liquid Ounce, which includes released information by No dB solo tasks in addition to John Kong + Moonstarr and Carmel. The duo’s creation collaboration debuted with “Arrive Party,” an individual praised by many within the Compost/G-Stoned/Ubiquity axis of post-acid jazz dance, and continuing on with an increase of materials during 2000-2001. The label compilation Liquid Ounce: Unmeasured made an appearance in 2002, as well as the remix collection Reconstruction implemented in Apr 2003. 3 years afterwards their debut full-length, Bongos, Bleeps & Basslines, arrived on Ninja Melody.

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