One man who seems to have dedicated a huge chunk of his adult life to the exploration of dub is Moritz Von Oswald, from Basic Channel to Rhythm & Sound, Version, Round 1-5 and beyond he has pretty much nailed every aspect and sense of dub influence in electronic music. He’s been a constant force in my understanding and knowledge of electronic music since I first heard Phylyps track on a club system as an over enthusiastic teen in the early nineties through to picking up great 12 & 7″s in his Hard Wax store in Berlin.

It should also be pointed out that he’s done a lot to champion the roots of Jamaican reggae culture in a positive non exploitative way. Proof it’s ok to take influence over ripping off.

As per, five favs below…