Preview: Asian Dub Foundation @ Electric Brixton (London, 9th October 2015)

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After twenty years, twenty-two to be precise, Asian Dub Foundation are still impacting and hitting the global music scene with no mercy.

The remarkable thing is that they do it with simplicity: just listen to their latest albums and you’ll find the same mix of bhangra beats, punk temperament, electro-dub mood and hip hop outspokenness you could catch twenty years ago in “Facts and Fictions” and “Rafi’s Revenge”.

Of course much water has flown under the bridge for the Hackney septet and their more riotous and groundbreaking expressions have inevitably been softened.

At the same time, Chandrasonic, Sun-J, Pandit G and music partners have regularly shown that they were born for show, still entrancing their fans today as yesterday.

Their next London gig on the stage to present their latecomer work “More Signal, More Noise” will be indeed an unmissable event for anyone who has followed ADF’s trajectory, but also the ones who has an interest in the recent music development.

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