Culver City Dub Collective’s Dos

What do you get when Jack Johnson’s heartbeat-steady drummer Adam Topol is let loose on his own creative path and teams up with Franchot Tone on guitar, The Eels’ Koool G Murder on keys, TV on the Radio’s Dave Ralike on horns, and Sheryl Crow’s singer Chris Joyner? The dopest neoclassic dub album ever, a polished yet unmistakably authentic roots sound featuring the likes of Money Mark, Paula Fuga, Ben Harper, Matt Costa, and Jack himself, mixing up rock steady and reggae cuts with jazz riffs, juicy brass, and plenty of skank-worthy jamming. And mark your calendars, because CCDC comes to SOhO on July 12.


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