Dub-321 – I Don’t Care Too Much for Reggae

Dub-321 I Don't Care Too Much For Reggae

It’s been over 2 years since Dub-321‘s frontman Miles Galli has made his comeback. Not even a global pandemic has stopped him from pushing forward. Miles took the time to share some of the process in the production of his latest album, “I Don’t Care Too Much For Reggae”

“The album is a mix of some older songs i had written years ago, some much newer ones and a few covers from bands that were very influential to me. There really weren’t any challenges in the making of the album because I performed and recorded everything you hear myself except for a verse on Shine Eyed Girl which features Christian Glomb of ill Rendition. 

I have a home studio so I was able to social distance and get it done no problem. 

I don’t really have a band anymore perse. I hire musicians to play full band gigs with me these days and everything you hear on the album is me. Hopefully someday soon I can find the right people for a permanent fit.”

If you enjoy some great music and would like to support our local bands during these challenging time, please listen to “I Don’t Care Too Much for Reggae” on all major music platforms! 

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