Peace Love & Dubtronic Emerald and Doreen goes Jah with an eclectic fusion of Dub inspired Acid House & Electronica via this tasty set of Dub Piano Remixes based on a track originally created by Tokyobased artist music producer & DJ Shotaro Hirata . Shotaros music spectrum includes techno techhouse minimal chillout electronica and some good oldskool dub rhythms. In 2006 he established "moph records" a record label to release music and to organize events in the Japanese capital. In addition to his artist activities he has provided numerous tracks to visuals exhibitions television web commercials and company videos. On Dub Piano Remixes our selector has chosen Shotaros original dub version of the track alongside 6 otherworldly interpretations. Go Sattas acid dub version with Jamaican voice samples combined with the Moriah Nixons mesmerizing smooth vocals brings back good memories of the earlier pioneers of dub fusion such as Dreadzone or Thievery Corporation. Haiokas dubtronic version is more organic complex in a way and demands attention from the listener whilst another E&D favorite 69 North decomposes the whole track and reassembles it 20.000 miles below sea level. Our good friend Italian mastermind Dalo mixes the original piano line with ambient house and electronica elements and as a logical consequence Londonbased new comers Latona develop that approach further into soothing deep house. Blackmod yet another great Italianborn talent you will hear much more about on E&D this year chills it down with a more relaxing baseline and a more subtle soulful reinterpretation. In a sense Dub Piano Remixes is an album that cherishes many of Emerald & Doreens values creating an unlikely axis from ranging Japanese electronica to Jamaican dub and bringing together artists from around the world to unite on one great p(i)e(a)ce of music. Sit down close your eyes and let yourself immerse into these magic sounds.