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“Sinkhole” by Death by Dub juxtaposes the feeling of the world’s weight with seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Using a descending, dissonant bass line to convey the sinking feeling of life’s stresses, the heavy feeling is released through a bright and lighthearted segue signaled by buoyant horn melodies. The track is the sixth Color Red release from the studio project led by Dan Africano and Scott Flynn and particularly embraces inspiration from Midnite, Carlton Barrett (drummer of The Wailers), and 10 ft Ganja Plant.

Artist Quote: "I love how this track immediately makes your nerves calm just slightly. It's not intended to be relaxing but it certainly does have that effect, which is further amplified by the chorus section, whose buoyant horn melodies lift you right out of the hole you just sunk into" - bassist Dan Africano


released April 10, 2020
Produced by Dan Africano

Dan Africano - Electric Bass
Scott Flynn - Trombone
Drew Sayers - Tenor Saxophone
Ryan Jalbert - Electric Guitar
Jeff Franca - Drums
Eric Luba - Organ

Tracking Engineer - Mike Tallman
Color Red Studios

Overdub Engineer - Dan Africano
Scanhope Sound​

Mixing Engineer - Josh Fairman
Scanhope Sound​

Mastering Engineer - Doug Krebs
Doug Krebs Mastering


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Death by Dub Denver, Colorado

Drawing influence from dub-heavy producers Lee Perry and King Tubby and iconic reggae instrumentalists Tommy McCook and Rico Rodriguez, Dan Africano and Scott Flynn have formed a group in reverence of these pioneering artists. They have recruited a roster of musical collaborators with an equal passion for dub and reggae to create and to showcase the music they have grown to love. ... more

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