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Daydream Dystopia review by Guy Smallman

The basic components of the RDF experience are all here. The bass-heavy minimal dub beats, that had us all gently swaying at those free festivals in the nineties. The brash, apocalyptic yet strangely catchy poetry of Chris Bowsher, that drives the narrative. But what really sets this latest album apart is the presence of Killing Joke bassist and production genius Youth at the controls. His love affair with dub can be traced back to 1979 and the release of ‘Turn to red’ which saw Killing Joke explore the realms of dub with one of their most memorable and defining releases. He has examined its outer reaches ever since.

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